E3 2021 and all of the gaming events around it are quickly approaching-actually, some have already begun. E3 2021 is going ahead, but it is going to look a little different than in previous years. The gaming conference will probably be online-only, from June 12 to June 15. This means that it’s time for game announcements and surprises across different platforms, including PC. And E3 will be “accessible to everybody for free”.
While there usually is an atmosphere of mystery around what games will and won’t be in the show, there are a number of games that people do know will be there. Below, you can popular games that are verified to be at E3 2021.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
The open-world RPG will be a part of Ubisoft’s main series, therefore it’s fair to suppose that there will be some reasonably significant news. We already know that the game’s second expansion, The Siege of Paris, is due to launch this summer, so a trailer along with a verified date could well be on its way.
EA has confirmed it’s going to show Battlefield 6 June before E3 2021.EA confirmed the occasion on Twitter earlier today (June 1), announcing a June 9 date for its Battlefield 6 show. So since E3 will start on June 12, we might get to know more about the new Battlefield game. The name of new series is battlefield 2042.
As per a now-deleted tweet by leaker Tom Henderson, Battlefield 6 may contain 128-players maps, harsh weather conditions, and may include a battle royale mode.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human
The open-world zombie action game Dying Light 2 currently called Dying Light 2 Stay Human, will be published on Dec. 7, developer Techland announced Thursday during a Livestream titled Dying 2 Know. The game had been formerly delayed indefinitely and was originally intended for a spring 2020 release.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is coming on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Collection X.
Far Cry 6
The open-world FPS, place on an island nation based on Cuba, is due in October and obtained its first (of many, no doubt) gameplay trailers in late May. We’re still fuzzy on a few of these facts, but we expect to find out more about the way co-op play will work this time, and we’d like to see some of those different enemy types we’ll be facing.
Rainbow Six Extraction
Initially called Quarantine, after which Parasite, the title has now been altered to Extraction for quite obvious reasons. In addition to some gameplay trailers we are hoping for a specific release date. It’s due to launch this year, so we’re sure we will learn far more about the new co-op shooter during E3 2021.
Xbox’s E3 2021 presentation will begin with a new glimpse of this effort so as to show its graphic improvements over last year, according to Colteastwood. However, the real focus of the presentation will allegedly be the multiplayer showcase.
According to the latest escapes, the multiplayer game style will be a fusion of Battle Royales, Battlefield’s conquest mode and Halo’s Big Team Battle (BTB). This hybrid could potentially bring the very best of multiple worlds, and result in densely-populated multiplayer action.
Life is Strange: True Colors
Life is Strange: True Colors is set to come out on September 10th, also to get a game that is just 3 months away we appear to know quite a lot about it. At least on the surface anyhow. And we are about to learn another week, as Life is Strange: True Colors will be considered during Square Enix’s presentation at E3, June 13th.