All the Biggest News from E3 2015

Wondering what happened at E3 2015? Look no further. PFX has collected all the biggest stories from E3 in one place, here, for you. We’ve split this post into two sections, one covering the news revealed during the eight press conferences, and the second for everything else that is announced during the course of E3. The presenters are listed in chronological order, while all games are listed alphabetically.

Table of Contents

From the Press Conferences:

Bethesda | Microsoft | EA | Ubisoft Sony | NintendoSquare Enix | PC 

Everything Else

From the Press Conferences:

Bethesda (video)
  • Bethesda’s upcoming team-based, multiplayer shooter/action game, BattleCry, is accepting beta sign-ups at The beta launches in the fall.
  • The new Doom was shown off, revealing a combination of melee and shooting gameplay. The visuals, particularly the effects of fire and smoke, stood out. Level design seemed refreshingly complex and layered for a shooter.
    • Multiplayer was also on display, revealing a shooter that is similar to Quake and Unreal Tournament.
    • Doom Snapmap was revealed: a tool to allow players to create play modes and maps of their own design.
    • Release set at Spring 2016.
  • Dishonored 2 was officially revealed with a cinematic. It seems a new protagonist takes the lead. It was later clarified that you may choose to play as the new character or as Corvo, the protagonist of the first game.
  • Dishonored: Definitive Edition was announced for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, coming this fall.
  • A new digital card game based on Elder Scrolls was revealed: The Elder Scrolls Legends. It will be free to play for PCs and tablets, coming later in 2015.
  • Updates for The Elder Scrolls Online were teased:
    • The Imperial City will be a battleground with what looks like PVE and PVP content.
    • Orsinium was revealed as new location.
    • Armored bear mounts!
  • Fallout 4 was showcased in depth.
    • The game begins right before the bombs fall and continues 200 years later.
    • The character creation is much more like sculpting with professional character modeling tools; no sliders. The main character is voiced.
    • The dog companion was shown; the player can give it commands.
    • The VATS systems comes back, allowing player to play with a more strategic approach by slowing down time and targeting specific parts of enemies for attack.
    • You can build your own settlement. There is a large amount of customization, and NPCs will interact with what you build, such as traders coming buy with special items. Settlements will be in danger of attack. You may build multiple settlements throughout the game world.
    • The crafting system allows you to use any items found as crafting material.
    • Weapons can be modified extensively to the point where you can create weapons of your own design. Additionally, you may create and customize your own set of power armor. The armor is layered, meaning you have separate pieces for legs, arms, chest, and so forth.
    • Fallout 4 comes out November 5th, 2015. A Pip-boy comes with the collector’s edition. A smartphone can be attached with an app added on. This allows the Pip-boy to be used a second screen for game-play purposes, but the Pip-boy is not required for the app to be used.
  • A smartphone game was revealed called Fallout Shelter. It allows you to create and manage your own shelter.
    • It is free to play, but there are no paywalls and no internet connection is required (though you can buy boxes for random loot). The game is out June 14, 2015.

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Microsoft (video)
  • A cinematic trailer for Dark Souls 3 was shown, but few details were given.
  • In EA Access news, Peter Moore announced that EA Access subscribers will get to play new EA titles early (maybe a week or two). As well, Titanfall and Dragon Age: Inquisition are coming this summer to The Vault. Xbox Live Gold members can play The Vault titles for free this week.
  • F2P (with Xbox Live Gold), XONE- and Windows 10-exclusive Fable Legends is debuting holiday 2015. It will be cross-platform, meaning characters and items on XONE are also transferable to PC and vice versa.
  • New Fallout 4 footage was demoed, which showed some new gameplay. The biggest announcement though was that mods created for PC will be available, for free, for the XONE version of Fallout 4 as well.
  • Forza Motorsport 6 will be coming Sept. 15 of this year, with over 450 cars and 24-car multiplayer.
  • Gears of War 4 closed the show, showing off gameplay and human-looking (as opposed to impossibly muscle-bound) character models. The title is coming coming holiday 2016.
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will be available Aug. 25, 2015. This is the first Gears game, with new content in 1080p, 60fps. A one-week public beta starts today.
  • Windows 10- and Xbox One-exclusive free-to-play Gigantic will be in beta starting Aug. 16, 2015.
  • Halo 5: Guardians kicked off the conference with some new gameplay, both from the campaign and multiplayer.
    • Master Chief goes rogue, and the story involves either playing for him or chasing him. The campaign is squad-based, featuring drop-in, drop-out co-op gameplay. Gameplay looks much faster than previous Halo games.
    • Warzone was the only multiplayer mode shown off. In Warzone, 24 players face off not only against each other, but against additional AI opponents on a separate team. The maps will be up to four times the size of any previous Halo map.
    • Halo 5 releases Oct. 27, 2015.
  • Minecraft was made new with HoloLens, Microsoft’s augmented reality glasses. With HoloLens, the player can use any wall as a screen to play Minecraft, but more spectacularly, it also allows wearer to use tables to create interactive 3D models of their current Minecraft levels.
  • In a ID@Xbox montage, the following titles were (briefly) shown, in this order: Wallop, Cuphead, Rise & Shine, The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare, The Flame In The Flood, Phantasmal: City of Darkness, The Solus Project, Westerado: Double Barreled, Sword Coast Legends, Outward, Goat Simulator: Mmore Goatz Edition, Game 4, Below, Ark: Survival Evolved, Recruits, and lastly SuperHot.
  • The following titles are premiering exclusively on XONE, via ID@Xbox:
    • Tacoma, from the Gone Home creators, features first-person exploration in space station where everyone’s mysteriously disapperared, and will launch in 2016.
    • Ashen is a multiplayer adventure-puzzler, which takes places in a brown-gray, desolate world.
    • In Beyond Eyes, the player controls a blind girl leaving the comfort of home, coming summer 2015.
    • Cuphead has the look of 1930s comic with 16-bit side-scrolling platforming gameplay, and will be available in 2016.
  • Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 was announced, coming spring 2016.
  • Rainbow Six: Siege was announced, and will be releasing Oct. 13, 2015, featuring 5v5 tactical squad multiplayer.
    • Rainbow Six: Vegas and Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 are coming holiday 2015 via backwards compatibility, and both are free with Rainbow Six: Siege.
  • Corresponding with the 30th anniversary of Rare, Rare Replay, a collection of 30 classic Rare games including Battletoads, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, and Perfect Dark, was announced exclusively for XONE. It’s coming out Aug. 4, 2015, for $30.
  • Recore, from Keiji Inafune and makers of Metroid Prime, will be coming out spring 2016.
    • Recore has an interesting mechanic, where the core of robots can be moved from robot to robot, allowing the player to partner with different machines throughout the game.
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider gameplay was shown. Early on, the player will be climbing an icy mountain, trying to reach an ancient city. Later in the trailer, Lara was breaking out of a prison and exploring said ancient city.
    • RotTR is coming Nov. 10, 2015, exclusively for XONE.
  • Sea of Thieves is a XONE-exclusive shared-world adventure game with pirates.
  • A relationship with Valve VR was briefly discussed, adding to the Oculus VR partnership (a XONE controller with every Rift, and the ability to stream XONE games to Rift through Windows 10) to give XONE its own VR experience.
  • An XONE exclusive beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division will be available Dec. 2015.
  • The Xbox Elite wireless controller was announced, allowing serious players to customize their controllers with swappable parts and sensitivity adjustments. Extra paddles will also be attachable, allowing for more inputs.
  • Xbox Game Preview is XONE’s version of Early Access. Every game in the program has a free trial so you can choose if you want to play during development or wait until a more polished final release.
    • Starting 6/15, The Long Dark and Elite: Dangerous are available. Sheltered and DayZ will be available sometime in the next year.
    • “A simulation MMO that explores mankind’s expansion into space” named Ion was announced by the creator of DayZ. Ion is “coming soon.”
  • Xbox One backwards compatibility (BC) was announced, allowing XONE users to access “the games you already own” from Xbox 360.
    • Both downloaded games and retail discs will work with BC, but only select titles will be available. But, the goal is to create the largest library on an Xbox console with XONE and 360 games combined, so expect many in the future. can play with WB360 users
    • BC available for everyone starting this holiday.

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EA (video)
  • FIFA 16 will feature new defensive controls to provide more precise movement, and “interception intelligence” to provide smarter midfielders. EA also mo-capped Lionel Messi for better footwork animations.
    • A new feature called FIFA Trainer will give contextual tips to help players get better.
  • Madden NFL 16 has a new fantasy-inspired Draft Champions mode, a multi-round draft playable solo or online. The player then uses their team in a mini-season, then drafts again afterwards. They said one draft and mini-season can be played in a single evening.
    • Receivers can now choose between three catch types depending on situation, and cornerbacks can now play the receiver instead of the ball.
  • Mass Effect Andromeda kicked off the EA press conference with its debut cinematic trailer. Since the Bioware title is coming holiday 2016, little was shown.
  • Minions Paradise is a new mobile builder game. It looks like standard free-to-play fare with energy meters and so on, just in the Minions universe.
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will explore main character Faith’s origin story in a completely free-roaming world: no levels, no loading screens. The gameplay looks as fluid as ever. It releases Feb 23, 2016.
  • NBA Live 16 will be coming Sept. 29, 2015, along with a new app for face-scanning. The app was live-demoed and worked quickly and accurately.
    • A new motion-scanning technology allows for “thousands” of contextual animations.
    • The game will also feature new pick-and-roll gameplay and a new shot system.
  • Need For Speed looks sort of like an open-world return to Need For Speed: Underground.
    • The game world is twice as large as Rivals and cars can be customized more than in any previous NFS title.
    • Players can either specialize or fluidly switch between five play styles: Speed, Style, Build, Crew, Outlaw.
    • A gameplay demo showed off a quick customization sequence, followed by a short drift event.
  • NHL 16 introduces EA Sports Hockey League.
    • Similar to FIFA, a new mode will give players contextual feedback to improve their skills.
  • Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 will be the first game in the series to have plants on the attack instead of the defensive.
    • GW2 has 6 new character classes. For GW1 players, GW1 characters and experience can be transferred to the new game at launch (spring 2016). Free content updates were promised to continue “long after launch.”
    • A 4-player zombie co-op mode called Graveyard Ops was demoed, with the players facing off against waves of plant enemies.
    • With the new Solo Play function, you can play every single game mode offline, either with AI or local split screen.
  • Rory McIlroy PGA Tour 16 will be the first EA sports game using the Frostbite engine.
  • Star Wars Battlefront closed out the conference in style. A multiplayer gameplay video was shown, ending teasingly with Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader about to have a lightsaber duel on the planet Hoth.
    • SWB is coming out Nov. 17 this year.
  • Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes is a new mobile collectible-card game announced.
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire is the newest expansion for the MMO, promising to return to Bioware’s KOTOR roots. Players will be able to take branching paths based on a morality system.
    • SWTORKOTFE is coming Oct. 27, 2015, free to all SWTOR subscribers.
  • Unravel is a physics-based puzzle-platformer, where the player controls a little red yarn character named Yarny. Yarny unravels as you walk around, and you use those loose threads to navigate the game world.

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Ubisoft (video)
  • Anno 2205 is shown off, allowing players to build futuristic cities and expand into space.
    • A beta is promised for later this year.
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate  cinematic shows off one of the main characters and the Rooks faction.
  • Trials Fusion expansion The Awesome Level Max is announced, coming to Playstation, Xbox One, and PC.
    • The release is July 14, 2015.
    • Players become a cat that rides a unicorn with fire-breath.
    • New items, tracks, and challenges will be included.
  • The Crew: Wild Run expansion is announced with a launch set for Nov. 17, 2015.
    • New types of vehicles are shown off such as motorcycles.
  • The Division gets a release date of March 8, 2015. A beta has been promised but no strict release for it.
    • An area called the “Dark Zone” is shown off.
    • Players can betray each other.
  • For Honor is shown off as new, third-person/melee combat, arena multiplayer game. Players can play as samurai, knights, and vikings.
    • 4 players on each team lead an army of NPCs.
    • Melee combat is precise, weighty, and requires timing.
    • A live demo showed a rather well done, and fleshed out game. A release date was not announced, but the quality of the demo may indicate a sooner than expected launch.
  • Ghost Recon: Wild Lands is revealed with an open-world, cooperative multiplayer experience.
    • Parts of the trailer seemed to be actual game play.
    • Different approaches to missions allow for various strategies and consequences.
  • Just Dance 2016 is coming.
    • There is an add-on service allowing players to subscribe for new music.
  • Rainbow Six: Siege cinematic shows off the new plot.
    • Terrohunt is announced as a game mode for both single and multiplayer.
    • A live demo showed off the multiplayer. This showed off tools such as drones and grappling hooks.
    • Use of destructible environments allows new strategies.
    • Beta starts Sept. 24, 2015 on all platforms.
  • A new South Park game has been revealed: South Park: The Fractured But Whole. (Yup)
  • Trackmania Turbo is revealed with game play footage.
    • Track builder mode builds randomized tracks
    • Releases Dec. 1, 2015 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Sony (video)
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is shown, revealing more of Evie, one of the new playable characters. Exclusive PS4 missions are announced.
  • A demo for Batman: Arkham Knight is shown; strangely it is a teaser from the first person view of a Gotham police officer as a new villain is revealed. Exclusive DLC is mentioned.
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III is officially announced and a new co-op campaign was revealed.
    • The release is set at Nov. 6, 2015, with a PS4-exclusive beta coming in August.
    • All map packs are announced as timed exclusives.
  • Destiny: The Taken King is revealed with a launch date of Sept. 15, 2015.
  • Disney Infinity 3.0 shows off the launch of new Star Wars play sets.
  • Media Molecule reveals Dreams. This is a game that allows players to sculpt the game world and assets and treat them as puppets.
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake is announced officially as coming “first” to PS4.
  • Firewatch is announced, in which players take the role of a ranger in the Wyoming wilderness. Players explore, survive in, and protect the region.
  • Guerrilla Games announced a new franchise. It is Horizon: Zero Dawn, a game set in a distant future where human society has returned to a nomadic lifestyle, hunting machines that grow naturally as dinosaurs.
  • A new CG trailer for the latest Hitman game is revealed. IO interactive is developing it for consoles and PC. PS4 players get access to an exclusive beta when they pre-order.
  • Sean Murray showed up to show off game play in No Man’s Sky. A universe map is used to show the scale of the game.
    • Players can jump from star system to star system, filled with planet built to scale. These planets can be explore for resources, new discoveries, or combat.
    • Environments are fully destructible, but robotic guardians will try to stop players for destroying planets.
  • The Last Guardian took the stage first after many years in absence. Game play is shown; the young protagonist leads his pet gryphon through ancient ruins.
    • A 2016 release date is set.
  • Playstation Vue is shown off as Sony’s paid TV service that allows you purchase individual channels as you choose.
  • Project Morpheus takes the stage finally.
    • Rigs, developed by Guerrilla Cambridge, is shown off a VR arena multiplayer game.
  • Shenmue III is officially announced. It is not a Sony project as it is being brought via Kickstarter, but Sony wanted to celebrate the long awaited announcement. It is a full sequel to the first two games. 
    • Yu Suzuki, the series creator, takes the stage live. He thanks the fans and ask for support.
  • Star Wars: Battlefront is shown off on the PS4. New game modes are announced such as Hero battles in which players take the role of iconic characters while backed up by NPCs. First and third-person game play is shown.
  • Street Fighter V takes the stage as a PS4 console exclusive. PS4 beta launching in July 23rd.
  • Uncharted 4 is brought out with new game play. Extensive combat and vehicle sequences highlight the game’s visuals and level design.
  • World of Final Fantasy is announced. It stars two siblings as the explore a new world filled with familiar creatures and characters from the series. The art direction is much animated, with a story-book quality. It is a PS4 and PSVita exclusive set for release in 2016.
  • Devolver Digital is releasing four new games for PS4; RoninEitrMother Russia Bleeds, and Crossing Souls.

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Nintendo (video)
  • Activision joined Nintendo’s digital event to announce that two new Amiibos, “Turbocharged Donkey Kong” and “Hammer Slam Bowser,” will also be compatible with Skylanders Superchargers.
  • Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival, coming holiday 2015, looks like a Animal Crossing-version of Mario Party with Amiibos.
  • Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer provides a game with just the house-design function of Animal Crossing, when it launches Sept. 25, 2015.
  • #FE is the new JRPG from Atlus, coming 2016.
  • Fire Emblem Fates will launch in 2016. Some bits and pieces of the story were shown in the trailer, along with very brief turn-based combat.
  • Hyrule Warriors Legends is coming to the 3DS in the first quarter of 2016. The game will include all the DLC characters from the Wii U version, as well as new characters from Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker.
  • The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes is three-player co-op adventure game coming to the 3DS in fall 2015.
    • New outfits for Link give different abilities.
    • Puzzles will require all three players to cooperate, but single player will also be possible through AI “dolls” that the character can switch to.
  • Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is the next entry in the Paper Mario series.
    • In a twist, the game features both 2D and 3D characters, and the gameplay revolves around using each of these strategically.
    • It is scheduled for spring 2016 only for the 3DS.
  • Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash gameplay was shown for the first time. Expect it this holiday season.
  • A brief look at Metroid Prime: Federation Force was debuted. The game will feature four-player co-op missions when it comes to the 3DS in 2016.
    • Metroid Prime: Blast Ball will be included. Blast Ball will have 3v3 “sci-fi sports battles,” also in the Metroid Prime universe.
  • Star Fox Zero was officially announced, and it will be coming this holiday season.
    • A gameplay trailer showed off Fox’s ship, the R-Wing, taking various shapes, each with a unique style of play. This transformation happens with a single button press works seamlessly.
    • The Wii U Gamepad will be used for more detailed aiming.
  • Nintendo explained Super Mario Maker by also explaining the Super Mario level creation process, including some little things in 1-1 that make it like a tutorial. Interesting stuff!
    • More details were also discussed, such as that, by touching any Amiibo to the Gamepad, the player can change Mario’s costume when Mario collects a mystery mushroom.
    • It releases Sept. 11, 2015.
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X is coming to the Wii U in North America on Dec. 4, 2015.
  • A trailer for Yokai Watch was shown. It will come out this holiday.
  • Yoshi’s Woolly World was shown off. It will release Oct. 16, 2015.
    • The game’s difficulty depends on the player: it’ll be easy for those looking for a relaxing time, but completionists will have a challenge.
    • Any Amiibo used with the game will change Yoshi’s design into a Yarn Yoshi version of that character.

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Square Enix (video)
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has its gameplay explored. The possibilities of stealthy or overtly aggressive approaches are described.
    • Launch is set for early 2016 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
  • The teaser for Final Fantasy VII: Remake is shown again.
    • This time, “More to come this Winter” is shown at the end of the trailer.
  • The PC version of Final Fantasy VII is coming later this Winter and later in this Summer for iOS.
  • Hitman is shown off again with gameplay footage.
    • The game allows players to explore a huge world with their choice of assassination contracts and ways to complete them.
    • Targets may appear only for certain periods of real-world time. Targets may run away and escape permanently.
    • The setting reaches across the world. It is described as a sandbox game.
  • Just Cause 3 is shown off with a new massive, open world. Over-the-top action and destructible environments are the core of game footage.
    • A grapple hook can be used for travel and as a weapon. Parachutes and wing-suits allow you to attack from above.
    • Minigames such as racing and shooting ranges allow you to compete on leader-boards.
    • Releasing December 1st, 2015.
  • Gameplay for Kingdom Hearts III is finally revealed. The visuals are very colorful, and with excellent lighting and large level design. Combat is very fast with a large variety of super-abilities. The movement is very beautiful and entertaining.
  • Kingdom Hearts Unchained Key is revealed as in development for mobile.
  • Lara Croft Go is revealed as a new mobile game with a very pleasing, minimalist art style and music. It is described as turn-based.
  • Nier 2 is revealed for PS4, with the promise of more information coming this Fall.
  • Gameplay from Rise of Tomb Raider is shown off again.
    • We see examples of exploration outside of combat, showing complex traversal and platforming elements.
  • World of Final Fantasy is presented again.
    • The director sees this as a way of bringing together older Final Fantasy fans with younger ones.

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PC (video)
  • AMD showed off a series of new items including a new gaming PC/console.
  • American Truck Simulator is revealed.
  • The ARMA III: Tanoa expansion is announced for 2016.
    • A new, Pacific island setting is introduced.
  • DayZ announces several new updates.
    • Mods will be available via Steam Workshop.
    • Players will be able to host their own DayZ servers.
    • A single player option is coming.
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has its visuals and environmental details explored in detail.
    • Gameplay is shown off, revealing a variety of augmented abilities such as a blade that can be launched from your arm, and the ability to see through walls.
  • A trailer for Dirty Bomb is shown off, announcing the game as free to play and available now on Steam.
  • Enter the Gungeon is displayed with an on-stage demo. This is a top-down, bullet-hell/ dungeon crawler.
  • EVE Valkyrie is discussed as a killer app for VR. The focus is space combat first and foremost.
  • Fable Legends is shown off as an exclusive to Xbox One and Windows 10 with cross-platform play.
    • Environments and gameplay is shown off. It is very colorful and detailed, with a style that is similar to the original game.
    • The free-to-play model is detailed; the game is free, with later content to be released. This content will include new monsters, characters, and quests.
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is announced for PC release.
    • Allows keyboard/mouse and controller gameplay.
    • Supports 4K resolution.
  • Gigantic is shown for PC. This is MOBA/ shooter game in which players go into battle enormous “guardians” joining the battle for each team.
    • A closed beta is promised for August 2015. Open beta later in the year.
  • Guild Wars 2:Heart of Thorns shows off its new features, particularly guild halls.
    • Players will have aces to their own arenas.
    • Portals will allows guild halls to serve as launching pads for adventures.
    • Guild halls are described as an entire map that a guild can own, develop, and customize.
    • Guild will have to defeat enemies to capture the map for their guild hall.
    • The hall will provide gameplay features for both PVP and PVE.
    • Pre-sales are available now, and will give you access to the beta.
  • Heroes of the Storm: Eternal Conflict expansion is revealed with a cinematic.
    • New settings, characters, and monster from Diablo III are introduced.
    • The PTR launches next week.
  • Hitman is shown off for the PC.
    • Paris is shown off as of the locations.
    • Levels are treated as sandboxes, about 6-8 times larger than in previous games.
    • Live events allow new contracts to be taken on for limited periods of time as the world changes.
  • Ion is revealed as a game in which players get to experience life on a space station as a pioneer.
    • The game is described as using a top-down camera much like Diablo, avoiding the first-person approach, to better emphasize the surroundings.
  • Killing Floor 2 gameplay is shown off. The game is early access, and it is promised that there will be no more progress resets.
  • Killer Instinct is coming to PC with cross-play with Xbox One.
  • No Man’s Sky is officially announced for release on PC at the same time as on PS4.
  • Pillars of Eternity: The White March expansion is revealed. A cinematic details the new plot following the original game.
    • A higher level cap with new abilities and companions is promised.
  • Planet Coaster is announced from the creators of Elite: Dangerous.
    • It is promised as a revival of the theme park creatioin simulator.
  • Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is revealed for the first time.
  • Soma has brand new footage. It is new first-person horror game from the creators of Amnesia.
  • Chris Roberts delivers a video message on Star Citizen. He shows off some of the work being done on motion capture for the game.
  • A new trailer for StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is revealed.
    • There will be three missions available for free to everyone that set the stage for the new expansion.
  • An on-stage demo is shown for Strafe, a procedurally-generated, first-person shooter that seeks to capture the classic Doom and Quake gameplay.
    • Weapons are treated as power-ups. When they run out of ammo, they can be used as melee weapons.
    • You will have a “core” weapon that stays with you which you can select at the start of the game.
  • Tacoma is explored. It is a new, first-person exploration game. Launch is set for 2016.
    • The game is about exploration being focused on navigating complex maps to discover new areas and to progress.
    • The setting is a small space station called “Tacoma”.
  • A video exploring the history of Total War is shown, bringing forth Total War: Warhammer at the end.
    • There are special units to represent lords and heroes as in the table-top game.
    • Heroes can be customized and leveled.

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Everything Else:

  • Nintendo announced that Mother is coming overseas for the first time, as Earthbound: Beginnings. The game is available as of 6/14 in the Nintendo eShop. (Source)
  • A new trailer was released for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Just a warning, there is a slight spoiler towards the end. (Source)

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Last updated: June 15, 2015, 1:35pm CST

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