Today is Monday, and this E3, that means we got an armful of press conferences from Square Enix, Ubisoft, PC gaming, and Sony. While three of these entities listed are companies, the one outlier here is PC gaming, which represents the concept of playing games on your personal computer as a whole. Whereas the others give you an idea of which games you’d see, PC gaming is a nebulous term, and potentially the most exciting. Did it actually deliver? Well – that depends on the quality of announcements (and your personal opinion) below.

It should be noted again – no other industry really pulls off the kind of party atmosphere and hype that E3 and other gaming conventions do. The exclusive announcements and effort from companies to (usually) put on a show outmatch film festivals, and even comic conventions in some cases. It’s a fun, weird, strange ride every year, and definitely a highlight for those who really like video games.


Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Will Launch on October 5, 2018 and Will Feature Better Romance Options
Babylon’s Fall, From Square Enix and Platinum Games, Announced, Coming in 2019 for PC and PS4
Beyond Good & Evil 2 Gets New Trailer and User-Focused Asset Creation Tool with HitRecord
Call of Duty: Black Ops III Free on Playstation Plus With Remastered Multiplayer Maps From Older Games
Control, From the Devs of Max Payne and Alan Wake, Announced on PC/PS4/Xbone For 2019
Cosmic Star Heroines Coming Physically to Switch, Digital Version Coming in August
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Gets New Level DLC, Will Be Included in Multiplatform Release June 29
Death Stranding, From Hideo Kojima and Sony, Also Stars Lindsay Wagner and Léa Seydoux
Déraciné, a Playstation VR Title From FromSoftware Announced, Dated For This Year
Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia on Mobile Gets New FF Tactics-Themed DLC

Don’t Starve: Hamlet Single Player DLC Will Release in December 2018 on Steam
Double Switch Headed From Sega CD to PS4, Thanks to Limited Run Games
Dragon Quest XI Gets a New Trailer, Coming in September
Dust: An Elysian Tale Coming Physically to Switch
Exile’s End Gets Physical Release on PS4, Vita; Coming This Summer
Final Fantasy XIV To Get Monster Hunter: World Content This Summer
Fire Emblem Heroes on Mobile Gets New Content
Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise Coming to the States on October 2, For PS4
For Honor Gets a New Faction This October
Friday the 13th: The Game Halts All New Content Due to Legal Issues
Ghosts of Tsushima Gets New Details and Trailer, No Release Date Yet
God of War for PS4 Will Get New Game Plus At Some Point

Golf Story on Switch Gets Physical Release This September
The House in Fata Morgana Gets Physical Release on PS4 and Vita in 2019
Iconoclasts Physical Copies Announced for PS4, Vita; Coming Q3 2018
Ikaruga For PS4 Officially Coming June 29
Just Dance 2019 Coming on October 25 to PS4, Xbone, 360 Kinect, Switch, Wii U, and Wii, but not PS3
Kingdom Hearts III Gets Limited Edition PS4 Pro, Including Previous HD Collections and KH III
The Last of Us II Gets New Info and a Trailer
Maneater, a Shark RPG Announced at PC Conference, Coming “Soon”
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Gets Donkey Kong-Themed DLC on June 26
Night Trap Coming Physically to Switch July 25, Special Edition Includes VHS Copy of Footage in Film Form
Nioh 2 Announced, A Year and a Half After The Original’s Release
Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Gets Physical Release on Switch, You Can Preorder Now

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive Coming Physically to PS4 and Vita This Summer
Psyvariar Delta Coming to PS4 and Switch This Summer, Gets DLC Announcement
The Quiet Man, From Square Enix, Announced, Probably Not a Remake of the John Ford Classic
Read Only Memories Coming Physically to Vita
Resident Evil 2 Remake, Announced in 2015, Gets a Trailer and Release Date: January 25, 2019
Sable Gets New Trailer and Looks Gorgeous
Salt & Sanctuary Physical Release Coming to PS4, Vita This August, Thanks to Limited Run Games
Satisfactory, a New Game From Goat Simulator Devs, Announced
Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit Getting Physical Release on Vita This Summer
Spider-Man, Coming September 7, Gets New Demo and Character Reveals
Starlink: Battle for Atlas Gets October 16 Release Date; Switch Version Will Have Star Fox Content
Team Sonic Racing Gets New Trailer, Coming This Winter
Transference, a Collab Between Ubisoft and Elijah Wood, Coming to VR and Regular Consoles This Fall
Trials Rising Announced, Releasing in February 2019 for PC/PS4/Switch/Xbone
VA-11 HALL-A Also Coming Physically to Vita
Valkyria Chronicles 4 Now Coming to PC, Will Also Release on PS4/Switch/Xbone on October 16
The Walking Dead From Devs Overkill and Starbreeze Gets Release Date of November 6, 2018
Yakuza Kiwami Coming to PC, You Can Preorder it Now
Yakuza Zero Also Coming to PC, Releases on Steam in August
Yooka-Laylee Gets Switch Physical Release This August

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