E3 is like Christmas for gamers. All of the big publishers and developers often save their biggest and best gaming news for the Los Angeles show, pumping up the hype train to the max with massive press conferences and show floor demos. It can be a bit overwhelming for the casual reader, indeed, even if you’ve been following our news feed rather closely, you may have missed a few things under the bombardment of announcements.

But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Now that all the major press conferences are done and dusted, we’ve gone and summarized all of the most important pieces in an easy-to-digest format. Additionally, we’ve got a page at the end for all of the “other” announcements from smaller developers that didn’t fit into any of the other categories.

We will endeavor to keep each category updated with new announcements and news as they become available, until E3 closes its doors at the end of the week.


Contents:

  1. EA Games

  2. Bethesda Softworks

  3. Microsoft

  4. Ubisoft

  5. Sony

  6. Nintendo

  7. Other
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EA Games

EA kicked things off this year with a fairly impressive showing, not really revealing anything too new but giving us a more extended glimpse at some of its more anticipated titles. Here are the most important announcements:


Contents:

  1. EA Games
  2. Bethesda Softworks

  3. Microsoft

  4. Ubisoft

  5. Sony

  6. Nintendo

  7. Other
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Ubisoft

Ubisoft was fairly… Ubisoft this year, revealing nothing we haven’t seen before, and plenty of sequels/spin-offs to established Ubisoft franchises. Most surprising was the simultaneous review and release of Trails of the Blood Dragon, which you can go ahead and buy right now. They also had South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker on stage to talk about The Fracture But Whole, which was pretty cool.


Contents:

  1. EA Games

  2. Bethesda Softworks

  3. Microsoft
  4. Ubisoft
  5. Sony

  6. Nintendo

  7. Other
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Nintendo

The big N didn’t have its traditional “Nintendo Direct” event this year, instead holding a “Treehouse” livestream of footage from upcoming games. No new games were shown (Update: one new game, Ever Oasis was revealed), and the footage mostly focused on Zelda – Breath of The Wild. Unfortunately, no further info on the NX was revealed.


Contents:

  1. EA Games

  2. Bethesda Softworks

  3. Microsoft

  4. Ubisoft

  5. Sony
  6. Nintendo
  7. Other
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Other

While the “big boys” that we have already covered in this article tend to dominate E3 these days, there’s still quite a few “little guys” peddling their wares at the show, and a lot of them similarly save some of their biggest announcements for the E3 period. This last page is dedicated to all of the “other” announcements that came out of E3.


Contents:

  1. EA Games

  2. Bethesda Softworks

  3. Microsoft

  4. Ubisoft

  5. Sony

  6. Nintendo
  7. Other

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