The Biggest Gaming Conference of the Year – E3 Has Returned for 2021
The long awaited E3 conference has returned – this year featuring heavy punchers like Nintendo, UbiSoft, Bethesda – and more. And day one of E3 was just wrapped up and this is the exciting new brought fourth by the reveled yearly conference.
UbiSoft Announces Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
The game was first reported many years ago, and we now expect the title to launch alongside the next instalment in the movie franchise next year.
The game looks stunning on Ubisoft’s Snowdrop engine – and although we haven’t seen any gameplay, judging by the graphics – this could well be a Next Gen exclusive.
Nintendo Announces Follow-up Title Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Nintendo has announced the follow up title to popular family-friends strategy game Mario Rabbids. Mixing classical cutesy Nintendo element in a genuine layered strategy game, the original Nintendo title has sold more than two million copies now.
The cinematic world premiere trailer was put up on E3 as a follow up to the referred Mario Rabbids title
Sci-fi was a running theme throughout Ubisoft’s show. Rainbow Six: Extraction is ditching the military shooter format for a co-op alien shooter. And then there’s Saturday’s biggest shocker, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. The open world game was one heck of a “one more thing,” giving a gorgeous look at an open world game based on the James Cameron film franchise. With Halo Infinite and Starfield (likely) coming tomorrow, it looks like AAA publishers are going all in on big budget sci-fi.