E3 2021 brought a veritable bounty of video game news to our eyeballs these last few days. From news about much-anticipated sequels to announcements, presentations from Nintendo, Microsoft, and more kept us hopping. Given E3’s jam-packed schedule, you might have missed some things. But don’t worry! We’re here to share our seven favorite trailers and teases from the all digital expo this year.
Bear and Breakfast
Armor Games Studios‘ Bear and Breakfast gave us another look at Pinefall Resort. This title has resource management, critters, and you play a bear who runs a bed and breakfast. The teaser for this indie title is perfect.
Life is Strange: True Colors
The latest entry in Square Enix’s Life is Strange series, True Colors includes solving a small town supernatural mystery. This footage highlights a more about Alex Chen’s power of Empathy and how it works in the game.
Breath of the Wild sequel
We hoped we’d get a further look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel, and Nintendo delivered. The footage shows how players will be able to take to Hyrule’s skies in the follow-up to the popular Nintendo Switch game.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
Your favorite Marvel outlaws and a**holes are coming to the world of video games. After Marvel’s Avengers, of course Square Enix is doing Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. The reveal trailer goes all in some of the humor and action you’ll recognize from the MCU, even though this game doesn’t take place in that continuity.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
We may not have a second Avatar movie yet but now we have a video game. No word yet on if you can have hair-tendril sex, but our fingers are crossed. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora arrives in 2022 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, Stadia and Luna.
One of the titles we were most excited to see at E3 2021 and it definitely delivered. We can’t wait to explore the skies. Bethesda Games’ highly anticipated new open-world RPG takes to space exclusively on Xbox Series X and Windows PC on November 11, 2022.
This one had us sold from moment one. We’ve seen plenty of post-apocalyptic games, but none that look quite like this, with this kind of monster. The newly announced open-world, co-op, vampire shooter will launch exclusively on Xbox Series X|S and PC summer 2022.
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