Nioh 2 got a quick reveal teaser in the Sony E3 2018 press conference. A really quick teaser. I’m sure it’ll pop up online shortly, but as of yet nothing, and my bed beckons. I’m sure we’ll have an update in the near future, but until then the take away is simply that Nioh is getting a sequel, yay!
The Sony E3 2018 press conference delivered some more Spider-Man footage, revealing several classic villains will be involved in the adventure. And with the title hitting shelves in a few weeks, we won’t have to wait long before we can swing around dish out justice as everybody’s favourite, friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man. Check out the footage below:
Rick and Morty creator, Justin Roiland, brings us a new comedy sci-fi game for PSVR and PS4, Trover Saves the Universe, developed by Squanch Games, we see what you did there. Check out the reveal trailer below:
Finally, after years of waiting we got to see something of the Resident Evil 2 remake.
Pretty visuals, shots of Sherry, Ada, and Leon, zombies and a licker, I’m sold. And we won’t have to wait too long either, as a release date of January 25th 2019 finished off the reveal.
Update: We’ve got the trailer now for you. Check it out below:
New footage was revealed of Sucker Punch’s Samurai adventure game Ghost of Tsushima.
A beautiful field full of flora and fauna, followed by a dark forest and some glorious combat means to, and succeeds in, whetting our appetite. A little storytelling, some fluid parkour, a takedown and parry system not unlikely the Batman Arkham games, followed by a dash more storytelling and one-on-one combat, and the footage came to a close. Want to see if for yourself? Check it out below:
To kick off Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II was shown, with a new cinematic furthering Ellie’s characterisation into the realm of a lesbian relationship, and gameplay footage showing off the brutal combat you’d expect from the series but revealing the protagonist to be, in fact, Ellie this time around.
Stealth mechanics, distracting whistles, salvaging for weapons and equipment, world-class voice acting and desperately intense combat is certainly the order of the day. Be sure to check out the trailer below:
Huge shock! Madden 19 was revealed by EA at their E3 2018 conference. Well perhaps not a huge shock, not even a little shock really, more like a super predictable reveal, but oh well. Nothing new was shown or talked about. but there’s a trailer, so hurray!
The leak earlier today may have spoilt the surprise a little, with an ESRB listing for Unravel 2 suggesting we were in for a sequel, but fortunately the real meat of the reveal was saved until the EA’s E3 2018 conference. Indeed, Yarny is back in Unravel 2 but not alone, another yarn character joins the fun.
This time around Yarny’s thread is cut during a boating disaster, but after washing up ashore, another, this time blue yarn character, appears and connects the broken thread to their own. Now, you and a friend in co-op, or you alone switching between the two fabric friends, must perform platforming through what appears to be the same kind of gorgeously rendered natural locations at the previous title. The emphasise now is on cooperativeness, solving physics and platforming puzzles together to get to places you couldn’t get alone. Additionally, it was announced that their will be more instances of danger than the first game, with more chase sequences and exciting moments driving the experience, and with a new wall jump ability and the ability to use each other as anchor points to swing around, we can’t wait to try it.
And most excitingly of all we won’t have to wait, Unravel Two is available now, right now! In fact, yours truly and Senior Editor Richard Berry will be playing it on Mixer tonight from 2045 (Saturday 9th June) if you fancy taking a look.
With E3 2018 just around the corner, it’s a good idea to update your calendar with all the best events to get the latest Xbox News.
Of course, we’ll cover as much news as we can so the first place you should visit is us! Keep an eye on our Twitter feed for updates from the site.
The big event for Xbox fans is the Xbox E3 2018 Briefing, which you can watch live beginning on Sunday, June 10 at 9pm BST. During the briefing, you’ll have a chance to check out everything from in-depth looks at previously-announced games to trailers for unannounced titles coming in 2018 and beyond. You can watch the Xbox E3 2018 Briefing live beginning June 10 on the official Xbox Channel on Mixer, or on the Mixer app for Xbox One and mobile. Viewers logged into Mixer will be eligible for a special MixPot full of digital content, details on that haven’t been announced yet.
EA Play will show off all of their latest titles including FIFA 19, Madden 19 and of course Battlefield V.
You can watch the show on Monday, June 11 at 9pm on Ubisoft’s YouTube channel.
Bethesda are due to have an action packed show, with Fallout 76 to show off, as well as RAGE 2 and plenty more.
There are plenty of other shows to watch, but traditionally these are the ones we cover, IGN have a great list to keep you informed of all the other shows including Sony and Nintendo.
Xbox have revealed details for this years E3 2018 Fanfest.
There are two offers at this year’s E3. First, you can win a chance to be one of the 400 lucky people to experience Xbox FanFest from June 10 through June 11, or win one of 1,000 brand-new Xbox Briefing-Only Fan Tickets. All winners will be able to enjoy the Xbox E3 Briefing in-person on Sunday, June 10 at 1:00 PM PST.
They are changing the way you can get hold of tickets, in an effort to keep it as fair as possible for all Xbox fan. The ticketing process is moving to to an online random drawing – fans who have an Xbox Live gamertag and are over the age of 21 will be able to submit their names for either ticket on our submission website. The submission website – coming soon – will stay open for several days before they choose winners. The winners of the FanFest tickets will be chosen first, and the drawing of Briefing-Only Fan Tickets will follow soon after.
Fanfest tickets will cost $45, We’re switching things up in regards to our pricing this year, too. While there will be no cost for the Briefing-Only Fan Tickets, this year each FanFest ticket will cost $45, with FanFest ticket winners being able to purchase up to two tickets each. All money raised from the sale of FanFest tickets will benefit a charity that they will announce in the near future. Further, we’ll have a special moment at E3 where FanFest attendees will get to see first-hand how their money will turn into something amazing for others.
Xbox have also revealed the first two gifts FanFest attendees will receive this year. As you might have seen on Inside Xbox, we revealed a brand-new, custom FanFest jersey in collaboration with Meta Threads., and a Seagate 2TB Game Drive for Xbox, Sea of Thieves Special Edition, with exclusive Sea of Thieves in-game content and 1-month of Xbox Game Pass. And that’s only the beginning.
The dates to submit your names will be announced soon.