EA and Activision did not have huge stands, for once, while Nintendo – usually one of the show s biggest exhibitors – had just one game to unveil, but the show was still filled with new hardware, blockbuster sequels and inventive IP.
EA held a press conference across two continents, releasing details of Battlefield and Titanfallupdates; Activision, too, used E3 to announce the return of the popular platform game Crash Bandicoot; Nintendo s lone project was the enchanting and ambitious open-world game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Steep is set for a December release.
A survival-horror game for PS4, the player unwittingly disturbs an army of the undead and finds himself pursued relentlessly as he tries to keep them at bay.
We Happy Few
Microsoft s PC and Xbox One game – We Happy Few – is a psychological thriller set in a dystopian future where everyone takes a pill called Joy to help them forget their woes.
From the creators of the popular indie game Limbo, Inside is an equally macabre puzzle platformer for the PC and Xbox One that boasts distinct monochromatic visuals.