E3 2018 was packed with exciting-looking games that fans are eager to test out in the coming months. Here’s a quick selection of the most noteworthy titles this year:
EA’s Battlefield V has brought some major changes to keep the title refreshing: the so-called ‘Grand Operations’ which will involve multiple maps, a more powerful destruction mechanics, and a narrative for the multiplayer mode.
Also, players will no longer need season passes to get access to new maps and there will be no real benefits that can be bought with real cash. EA nerfed microtransactions after the monster scandal around Battlefront II.
Fans expect Battlefield V to be the best title in the series to date. The game will be launched on Oct 19.
After The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077 could be CD Projekt RED’s next big hit despite the monster backlash over the company’s decision to make the RPG a first-person title. The action takes place in a distant future packed with technology gone awry. Each in-game choice can have devastating consequences for Cyberpunk 2077 players, the developer has promised. A launch date has not been made public.
Resident Evil 2
Fans have been waiting for a remake of Resident Evil 2 for some years now. Capcom revealed the new title at E3, and resident evil fans were over thrilled. A two-man team in Racoon City is preparing for one of the most serious zombie outbreaks in the gaming’s history.
RE2 includes the Resident Evil 7 engine, new puzzles, and challenges that make the game experience more terrifying than ever. The game will be launched in January next year.
The multiplayer game and first-person shooter was unveiled just before E3. The game heavily relies on Fallout 4’s game mechanics, including building mechanics. Players are asked to “rebuild” America in a post-apocalyptic future. But before doing that they’ll have to take care of the mutants that have been spurred by the nuclear fallout.
The game will be launched on November 14.
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