The best E3 games: 40 best games [Pictures and videos]

For more than 20 years, E3 – or the Electronic Entertainment Expo – has been the basis for the biggest game announcements of the year. And it’s happening again right now.

We’ve been through almost all the big press conferences right now, but Nintendo is still ahead, not to mention anything more exciting from third and indies. And we’ll be up to our necks in trailers and demos at the same time.

But even if you can not be in Los Angeles trying the next big things in the game, at least you can stay at home. We will update this list all week with the brightest and most attractive games of the program, with trailers and the critical details you need to know them.

#1. ANTHEM

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Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC

We received a brief mockery of Anthem at EA Play on Saturday, but it was not until the Microsoft press conference that the wraps really came out of the new BioWare franchise. And yes, we are in that.

Anthem resembles BioWare’s response to Destiny, providing a cooperative online experience in a science fiction / fantasy world, complete with great exo-interviews, lots of shootings and probably a lot of booty as well.

There are still many things we do not know about the game, but between who is doing it and how spectacular it looks, we do not need much conviction. This is one of the most impressive things we have seen so far in E3.

Due: Fall of 2018

#2. SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY

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Platform: Nintendo switch

If you thought that the original revelation of Super Mario Odyssey was strange, just wait until you see the latest advance of the great autumn switch of Nintendo.

Mario’s hat has become magical, and Cappy (as it is called) can give Mario control over other things, be it a full-sized human being, a huge T-Rex, a Goomba, a rocket, a car or a ball of energy. It’s crazy, and completely transforms the gaming experience.

Better yet, the worlds are very diverse, there is a wedding between Bowser and Koopa that Mario has to break, and the song is an absolute delight. We can not have enough, honestly. The releases of Super Mario Odyssey on October 27 and given its history with 3D games, it would surely be foolish to pass it if it has a Switch.

Expiration: October 27

#3. STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Ready for Star Wars to be the greatest thing in the world again? Surely it will happen with Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but EA will really start a few weeks earlier with Battlefront II.

Larger and presumably better than the original, the great addition of Battlefront II is a campaign based on the story itself, which puts on the boots of an imperial commander during the stretch between the Return of the Jedi and the Force Awakening. Add epic online battles spanning the three movie eras and more space content, and we are more than eager to take off into this galaxy far, far away.

And yes, EA says that all post-publication content, including maps, modes and new heroes, will be completely free. It’s a big change from the expensive season pass of the last game, and we’ll first see the content of The Last Jedi, with Finn and Captain Phasma playable.

Due: November 17

#4. FORZA MOTORSPORT 7

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Platform: Xbox One

Forza Motorsport 5 helped to present the Xbox One to the players, and now Forza Motorsport 7 will do the same with the Xbox One X.

It will also work on the standard Xbox One consoles, of course, but you’ll get the extra push of the native 4K graphics on the Xbox One X, along with a set of 60 frames per second solid as a rock.

Microsoft’s E3 demonstration is dazzling, but very familiar: the sim-lite approach to the series remains very much intact with more than 700 promised cars, along with backgrounds that are more fluid and alive than ever. Our man on the ground says it’s the most impressive console game I’ve seen “for an absolute mile of the country,” so he definitely has it all.

Expiration: October 3

#5. SPIDER-MAN

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Platform: PlayStation 4

Spider-Man: Homecoming will hit theaters next month, and finally it will implement the wall-crawler in Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Insomniac’s Spider-Man game will not be up to par.

Unfortunately, we’ll be waiting until next year for this independent experience, but at least the first advance of the game at Sony’s E3 conference was dazzling. We see the webhead using each of his combat skills, navigating the city and preventing catastrophes … even while we endure a major catastrophe all the time.

Will it play as well as it seems? Well, that remains to be seen. But at least it looks fabulous, so let’s hope everything goes well.

Due: 2018

# 6 A WAY OUT

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

EA did not announce everything ahead of time: A Way Out is a real E3 surprise, and it’s not the usual big-budget fee we expect from the publisher. But we are not falling short: this game looks incredibly original and deeply captivating.

It’s a cooperative prison game that must be played with a partner with a split screen interface, whether you’re sitting on the couch or playing online, and each player often assumes a different role to help your partner survive behind bars or outdoors.

It has the vibrations Uncharted and The Shawshank Redemption and it seems that it will be one of our favorite E3 games. Also, it’s from the director of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, one of the most compelling cooperative experiences of recent years, so that’s a sure plus.

Due: early 2018

# 7 GOD OF WAR

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Platform: PlayStation 4

Kratos took some years of the franchise routine, and the legendary warrior never saw himself better than in the reboot of God of War.

As we saw for the first time last year, God of War has a new perspective on the shoulder, but it also has another new kind of perspective: the fatherhood of Kratos, who must protect and teach his son while fighting against the usual set of monsters massive with epic fury. We saw a bit more of the game in E3 2017, which still looks super impressive, but unfortunately it will not come in 2017.

Due: early 2018

# 8 FAR CRY 5

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

We got a solid vision of Far Cry 5 next year when it was announced last month, but at E3, Ubisoft got rid of the gameplay, and it looks quite stimulating, of course.

Montana may not sound as exciting as the more exotic locations of previous entries, but the battle of Far Cry 5 against American religious extremists must be replete with exciting action. In this preview, we take a look at the hired help, which allows you to recruit allies (and a dog!) To help you in your fight against these maniacs. And you can fly to the heavens in this one too.

Due: February 27, 2018

# 9. MARIO + RABBIDS KINGDOM BATTLE

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Platform: Nintendo switch

When the works of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle were leaked a few weeks ago, we will admit: we had problems with the idea. Mario with a gun? And with Rabbids? Come on.

But now that we’ve seen it, we’re strangely involved. This exclusive switch (naturally) launches the golden aliens from Ubisoft to the Mushroom Kingdom, twisting the landscape and forcing Mario and his friends to work together with Rabbids friends to fix things.

And the strangest part of everything? It’s a strategy game based on XCOM-esque turns, and one that has some neat turns on the way, too. The images of the game seemed really intriguing, and we sincerely hope that this rises above the station to simply be a mad mashup. It will also arrive soon.

Due: August 29

# 10. WOLFENSTEIN II: THE NEW COLOSSUS

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Wolfenstein: The New Order was a real surprise in 2014, taking the seminal franchise in the first person and doing something unexpected with it: tell a story. Yes, there were still a lot of Nazi explosions, but the story that surprisingly affects and the inventive environment really stood out.

And Bethesda is ready to do it all over again with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. It is 1961 now, and BJ Blazkowicz must now lead the resistance against the Nazi occupiers in the United States, and based on the trailer, the game seems quite strange. That is a great sign, of course, given how affectionately strange the New Order was. We will not have to wait long, either, since it will arrive in October.

Expiration: October 27

#eleven. ASSASSIN’S CREED ORIGINS

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Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC

After a well-deserved (and much-needed) year of rest, the historic action giant of Ubisoft returns with Assassin’s Creed Origins, which, as you can guess, offers a new starting point.

Taking place in Ancient Egypt before the time of the other games, Origins highlights the beginning of the Order of the Assassins. You will take the role of Bayek, along with his partner Eagle, Senu, in an open-world game that keeps intact the old formula of stealth, struggle and exploration.

However, Game Informer suggests that there are more role elements in play, along with a new emphasis on loot, so hopefully makes Assassin’s Creed feel fresh again. At least, the Xbox One X game demo seemed much prettier than any previous entry.

Expiration: October 27

# 12. SHADOW OF THE COLOSSUS

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Platform: PlayStation 4

If you saw the Sony press conference, this was when everyone in the audience (and watching the broadcast) gasped simultaneously.

Shadow of the Colossus is one of the most beloved adventures of PlayStation 2, and while it was slightly improved for a remastering of PS3, the PlayStation 4 is improving: a new version with totally new assets. It is not clear if the previous code is being used or if it was built from scratch for PS4, but in any case, it looks beautiful, and should present a completely new generation to this fabulous fantasy quest.

Due: 2018

# 13. KIRBY

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Platform: Nintendo switch

The pink puff is back in Nintendo’s Kirby (provisional title), which will not reach the convertible console until next year.

From the trailer, it seems largely traditional in its approach: it’s a side-scrolling platformer, and Kirby still has the ability to absorb enemies and absorb his abilities. However, Kirby now has a strong four-player hook, which should work well on the Switch and unlock some new types of challenges. It should be a reliable choice for Switch fans.

Due: 2018

# 14. BEYOND GOOD & EVIL 2

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Platforms: TBD

Yes, you read it right: almost a decade after it was first announced, Ubisoft’s Beyond Good and Evil 2 made a great comeback at the company’s press conference, and the fans are losing their minds.

Considered a spiritual successor and a prequel to the 2003 original, Beyond Good and Evil 2 dramatically shakes the look and tone of the original adventure, taking on some of the Luc Besson / The Fifth Element aesthetics.

In short, here we do not learn much about the game itself, which makes sense given that there are no launch targets or platforms on the list either. But at least we know it’s real (again?), And I hope we do not wait for other years here.

Due: TBD

#fifteen. DESTINY 2

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Destiny has kept many Guardians constantly shooting and looting since 2014, but Bungie’s shared shooter is about to take a big step forward with the anticipated sequel this fall.

Coming to PC this time with the consoles, Destiny 2 looks a lot like the original game, to be honest, but with more, more, more: new environments, lots of new weapons and booty, new modes, an improved approach for the clans and a lot of cinematic brightness.

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The console versions will be sent sooner than expected on September 6, while the PC game will be released on October 24. Next month we will see an open beta version for the console versions, and the beta version of the PC will arrive at the end of August.

Due: September 6

# 16. CALL OF DUTY: WWII

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

War is hell, unless it’s Call of Duty, in which case war can be very funny. And that will probably be the case again with Call of Duty: WWII.

After several years of reaching World War II, the last entry promises to reach most of the great moments of the war in its cinematic campaign, and return the multiplayer action of the series to the classic boots on the ground. action. And yes, it also has the familiar Nazi Zombies mode, in case you’re worried that it’s historically accurate or respectful.

Due: November 3

# 17. METRO EXODUS

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Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC

The previous Metro games – Metro 2033 and Last Light – were cult favorites that never made it to the mainstream, but after a big focus on the Microsoft presser, Metro Exodus could be the game that makes its way.

Metro Exodus continues the adventure in first person in a post-apocalyptic Moscow full of gnarly-looking creatures, apparently, but now it does so in an open world, and a ridiculously beautiful open world, in that. The claustrophobic tunnels and large outdoor spaces should provide an interesting contrast as this series expands in scale, but we will not see the results until next year.

But hey, if you missed the first two games, that’s a good thing: now you have time to catch up with the Remaster Metro Redux package of the current generation.

Due: 2018

# 18 SEA OF THIEVES

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Platforms: Xbox One, PC

When we play Sea of ​​Thieves at E3 last year, we loved it, and we figured it would be ready. But Rare is still connecting in the pirate search of the cooperative, and then we have another chance to love him at E3.

Based on what we saw in the Microsoft report, there is little reason to doubt that this time we will be pleased with another demonstration. This open, all-purpose simulator allows you to team up with friends for rampant battles, exploration and other bizarre extravagances, and it’s the most interesting thing that Rare has played in a long time. Unfortunately, it will not be released until early 2018 at this time.

Due: early 2018

# 19. UNCHARTED: THE LOST LEGACY

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Platform: PlayStation 4

Created from the foundations of the absolutely brilliant Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End last year, although without Nathan Drake, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a new type of game for the series.

Of course, it’s still about epic scale adventures in absolutely dazzling environments, this time in the mountains of India while searching for an ancient artifact. However, now you will play as Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross, and you will put their innumerable skills to use in a variety of different missions.

Sony showed a bit of the story in this E3 trailer, which points to a great drama between the protagonists and their main antagonist, who seems to be a strangely intimidating guy. It’s probably not as big as Uncharted 4, but we can not resist another quick dip in the legendary Naughty Dog franchise.

Due: August 22

#twenty. PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS

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Platform: Xbox One

The largest PC game at this time will come to Xbox One later this year, and it will be an exclusive console for Microsoft devices.

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a mouthful, but the game itself is absolutely captivating. Basically it is the interpretation of the Battle Royale game, with 100 players chasing each other to be the last one standing, and the area of ​​the map is reduced with time, which means that you can not hide all the time. It’s something tense and exciting, and now you can play it on your TV later this year. A great update will also be launched with the launch of the console.

Due: TBD

#twenty-one. YOSHI

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Platform: Nintendo switch

Kirby not only gets a new leading role in 2018, but also Mario’s dino-friend in the Yoshi (job title).

The trailer shows an experience very similar to LittleBigPlanet, not only in terms of appearance, with an artisan-inspired environment inspired by paper mache, but also in the challenges of cooperative platforms and puzzle solving. You can also go around the world to see the challenges from a different angle and, despite the influence of LBP, Yoshi seems too adorable to ignore.

Due: 2018

# 22. DISHONORED: DEATH OF THE OUTSIDER

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Uncharted is doing an independent side adventure this fall, and so will one of the best action franchises at the moment: Dishonored.

The death of the Bethesda stranger does not require the excellent Dishonored 2 last year or knowledge of the franchise, although it is likely to be an advantage: this mission puts you in the boots of Billie Lurk while you work with Daud to plot and achieve an epic murder. mission. He should stay close to the winning approach of the last game, albeit with new powers and abilities. Hey, you do not have to convince us: Dishonored 2 already did that.

Expiration: September 15

#2. 3. NEED FOR SPEED: PAYBACK

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

After the disappointing Need for Speed ​​of 2015, we are looking for a return on investment … in fact, we are looking for Payback, the new entry and very different in the fast racing series.

Need for Speed: Payback is EA’s attempt to include a Fast and Furious style hook in the franchise, with a narrative campaign and action sequences similar to movies, not to mention a series of vehicles to command. This franchise is notoriously high and low, but we are optimistic that the slippery investment recovery will grow again.

Due: November 10

# 24. SKULL AND BONES

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Are you one of those Assassin’s Creed fans who still think they should have stayed with the life of the pirates after the strong Black Flag of 2013? Well, here’s the next best thing.

Skull and Bones is Ubisoft’s attempt to recover the magic of sailing on the high seas and fight against rival ships, although without the luggage of the brand Assassin’s Creed. This is a multi-player experience that includes a 5v5 reward search mode, and you will navigate the entire Indian Ocean in search of treasures and emotions.

It’s an interesting contrast to Rare’s Sea of ​​Thieves on Xbox One and PC, which is certainly much more flexible and silly with its own pirated sim.

Due: Fall of 2018

# 25. KINGDOM HEARTS III

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

We watched Kingdom Hearts III two years ago at E3 2015, but there is still no end in sight: we do not know when this long-awaited sequel will finally come to light.

But at least we have something new to look at here. This new trailer focused on Hercules shows the beauty of Disney’s latest Final Fantasy mix, with a spectacular looking combat and an impressive scale, not to mention some teasing in the plot.

And we’ll get there sooner too: Disney’s annual D23 Expo will be in July, and they promise another breakthrough with a new global revelation. After the recent PS4 ports of the latest games, it’s time for Square Enix to wrap it up. Crossed fingers, at least.

Due: TBD

# 26 METROID: SAMUS RETURNS

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Platform: Nintendo 3DS

What is this? A game of Nintendo 3DS? And a 2D Metroid, to that?

Miracles do happen in 2017, apparently when Nintendo announced Metroid: Samus Returns for the 3DS. It is a remake of the old Game Boy Metroid II made with modern images and apparently with some new mechanics in play. Although we prefer to play this on Switch, fans of the favorite science fiction will surely not miss the first 2D entry in more than a decade, even if it is a remake.

Expiration: September 15

# 27. DETROIT: BECOME HUMAN

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Platform: PlayStation 4

Quantic Dream is known for its cinematic adventures, which affect (especially Heavy Rain), and Detroit: Become human pairs that bring you with a scene and a sci-fi scene very cool.

You will take control of multiple playable androids in the game in the middle of a robotic uprising, in which the subordinate machines will begin to fight against their human oppressors. It is about making decisions in each scenario, which can dramatically affect the course of the story.

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We are excited about this, although given the unevenness of the Beyond: Two Souls study, we remain somewhat cautious with our optimism. And without a launch date set at E3, we would say Detroit is likely not shipped this year.

Due: TBD

# 28. SOUTH PARK: THE FRACTURED BUT WHOLE

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

This is now the third (!) E3 we’ve seen and heard about the next South Park game, which was supposed to be released late last year, but now they say it’s really launching honestly in a few months.

Here is the hope that it is true, because South Park: The Stick of Truth was very good, and The Fractured But Whole (I say it quickly because of the joke) has the potential to be even better. The last of Ubisoft seems a true episode of South Park came to life, although now with a superhero theme instead of the fantasy style RPG of the last entry. And if you did not play The Stick of Truth, you’ll get it for free with a pre-order on current consoles or PC.

Expiration: October 17

# 29. MARVEL VS CAPCOM: INFINITE

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One

The outrageous Mashup favorite from Capcom is back in action this fall with Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, which brings wrestlers from across the spectrum together and makes some key adjustments to the previous formula.

Now it’s two against two, eliminating the three fighters’ teams from the last two innings, and this new entry gives Infinity Stones a special touch that allows you to customize your battle skills. From what we’ve seen so far, the list seems a bit limited, apparently without the usual selections of X-Men.

On the positive side, it has a proper story mode that seems like a fun way to spend a few hours fighting alone, and there is a console demo available at this time.

Due: September 19

# 30. CRACKDOWN 3

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Platforms: Xbox One, PC

Crackdown 3 was announced years ago and then something like … disappeared, really. But here it is! And it has a release date! And it is this year!

Debuting seven years after the last entry, Crackdown 3 will be sent the day and date with the Xbox One X in November, delivering another wild romp in the open world in which you send a superpower soldier. This trailer does not show the immense destruction promised in recent years, but Microsoft says it is definitely still there. In any case, if Crackdown 3 can provide as much joyful fun as the original, we will be happy to return to Pacific City the first day.

Due: November 7

# 31. FIFA 18

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Last year brought great changes to FIFA, but this year it’s about refining those additions, which could make FIFA 18 be the best entry to date in EA’s favorite.

The Frostbite game engine is back with more polish, and everything looked amazing in our hands-on demonstration, with dazzling animation provided by cover star Cristiano Ronaldo and other top professionals. And the single-player story mode is back, too, with the journey of fictional player Alex Hunter continuing in new territory. Otherwise, some smart adjustments should help in the field, and you can get more information by reading our practical review.

Due: September 29

# 32. DAYS GONE

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Platform: PlayStation 4

Sony’s new original franchise, which can not help but look like The Last of Us-ish, got another big spotlight at the press conference thanks to an extended game demo.

As a member of the Deacon St. John bike gang, you will struggle to survive in the midst of a zombie uprising, with lots of so-called Freakers filling the screen from time to time. Dynamic systems allow for stronger or weaker enemies depending on the time, day or weather, and the forest environment of the Pacific Northwest is intriguing.

Unfortunately, without a release date mentioned, we believe that it will definitely not be available in 2017, and could be scheduled for later in 2018.

Due: TBD

# 33. MIDDLE-EARTH: SHADOW OF WAR

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Platforms: PS4, PC, Xbox One

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor was the best Lord of the Rings game in years, and Shadow of War seems to be at the top. The sequel is bigger and bolder, and seems to expand everything that was so fun and unique about the original.

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For example, the Nemesis system is very expanded, allowing enemies to fight a sense of place in the world and allow you to recruit allies. The orc speaker we saw in the trailer of the Microsoft press conference filled so much personality that we could not help but smile. And if every other part of the game sees a similar impulse, then it could end up being one of the brightest points of the year.

Expiration: October 10

#3. 4. THE LAST NIGHT

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Platforms: PC, Xbox One

One of the most captivating trailers of the Microsoft conference was not for a big budget 3D game, but rather this indie jewel, The Last Night.

This cyberpunk thriller combines the kind of pixel graphics we’ve seen in 90’s adventure games with many modern adornments, which creates an unexpected juxtaposition. But even better than that great effect is the world itself and the atmosphere, which definitely have a Blade Runner thing. And yet, it still feels totally original. We are definitely taken with that.

Due: 2018

# 35. ORI AND THE WILL OF THE WISPS

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Platforms: Xbox One, PC

The original Ori and the Blind Forest is one of the most beautiful games we have ever played, and at the same time it presents the kind of emotional blow that one would not expect with such beauty.

And now Ori and Will of the Wisps seem to do the same on Xbox One and PC. This trailer does not tell us much, certainly, and does not include any games. However, the last shot of the Ori cat consoling a small owl, while they look like the skeletal remains of much larger owls, frozen in their moment of perdition, evokes some serious feelings. And that music too! It’s a total punch of a claim.

Ori is one of our favorite Xbox One games, so even if we’re apparently sure to shed some tears along the way, we’re totally here for the continuation. Unfortunately, there is not yet a launch goal.

Due: TBD

# 36. XCOM 2: WAR OF THE CHOSEN

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Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One

We loved it XCOM 2 , as much as we loved XCOM: Enemy Unknown and Enemy Within before, so if you’re like us, here’s some good news: there will be more coming soon.

Firaxis Games is back with the War of the Chosen expansion pack, which will be a new and significant game for the turn-based favorite. It promises an expanded campaign mode, new factions and classes of heroes, a new enemy threat and a little more. Also, unlike the original release of XCOM 2, War of the Chosen will reach both PCs and consoles on the same date.

Due: August 29

37. THE CREW 2

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The original Ubisoft Crew did not live up to its immense potential, but the open world driver will have another chance to achieve greatness with the sequel to next year, and it is no longer just about cars.

The Crew 2 will deliver a redesigned version of an open road in the United States, but now it can also fly on the ground in airplanes or go through waterways in motor boats, which arrive along with sports cars and all-terrain rides from before. And every action, no matter what kind of vehicle it consumes, all adds to its unified progression profile.

Due: early 2018

# 38. THE EVIL WITHIN II

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Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Resident Evil 7 Capcom was successful in shaking things up, but if you’re looking for a survival horror experience that is more similar to the old RE entries, then The Evil Within 2 might fit the bill.

It’s from the original brain of Resident Evil Shinji Mikami, and it looks even more twisted than the original, placing the hero Sebastian in a city built from the mind of his own missing daughter. Expect strange looking beasts and all the scarecrows you can handle in this tense search, and yes, it will launch on Friday, October 13. Mark your calendars, fanatics of horror.

Expiration: October 13

# 39. LAWBREAKERS

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Platform: PC, PlayStation 4

It’s been over a year since we last played LawBreakers, the brash new shooter from Gears of War Cliff designer “CliffyB” Bleszinski. We were not totally open-mouthed back then, but after an extra year of development, it might be worth the wait.

LawBreakers is a game based on class and arena style, although it is a game in environments where gravity has gone very badly, providing some opportunities to use the world to overcome opponents and surprise them. The $ 30 price is definitely attractive for this single player multiple issue, but can it really get us away from Overwatch? We will discover it in just two months.

Due: August 8

# 40. XENOBLADE CHRONICLES 2

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Platform: Nintendo switch

So you’ve finished The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: do you wonder where your next Switch sink switch comes from? What about Xenoblade Chronicles 2?

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This Japanese RPG player keeps track of previous Wii and Wii U entries, allowing you to fight on the open world stage and hopefully jump into an impressive Mech in combat. The Nintendo E3 trailer is very heavy on drama, as you’ll see above. We enjoyed the last entry, Xenoblade Chronicles X for Wii U, and we hope the sequel will be appealing to newcomers.

Due: 2017 holidays

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