Tomb Raider, Devil May Cry, Cyberpunk, DOOM, Rage, Wolfenstein, Fallout, Elder Scrolls – E3 2018 trailers /2.

Gare – Tuesday, June 12, 2018 1:04 AM
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It’s 2018, it’s summer, which means it’s E3 season again. We took a look at some of the biggest announcements from this year’s conferences and compiled them into this handy little list for you to enjoy. Have a look below.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

The popular JRPG Tales of Vesperia – previously only available in the west on Xbox 360 – returns on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch, offering all the extra content found in the Japan-exclusive PS3 version. It’ll be out this winter.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider

We knew this was coming, so here it is – a new trailer for the latest entry in the Tomb Raider series, titled Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Devil May Cry 5

The demon-slaying hack & slash franchise finally gets its proper new entry, complete with stylish action, huge monsters, and some old friends riding bikes.

Gears of War 5

The Gears series, and you’ll have to excuse the pun, is gearing up for its fifth entry, with Kait Diaz as the main protagonist.

Cyberpunk 2077

In what was probably the Microsoft conference’s coolest moment, CD Projekt RED “hacked” into the system in order to reveal their upcoming RPG epic – Cyberpunk 2077.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD / SCUM / My Friend Pedro

Devolver Digital returned to E3 with another zany conference that effectively poked fun at the game industry and some of its more… questionable business practices. The event wasn’t without its announcements, though – Devolver ended up introducing three promising titles.

My Friend Pedro
Metal Wolf Chaos XD


Following its announcement in May, Bethesda came back with some new gameplay footage for their upcoming RAGE sequel. Spoilers: it still looks really good.

DOOM Eternal

Welcome back to Hell – that’s right, the highly successful 2016 reboot of DOOM is getting a sequel.

Prey – Mooncrash

Prey is also getting some love – a new DLC campaign for Arkane’s 2017 FPS, subtitled Mooncrash, is out now.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood

The next chapter in the Wolfenstein series will be a co-op game that takes place in 1980, 19 years after the events of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

Fallout 76

Already teased a few days before E3, Fallout 76 has now been fully unveiled – bringing players to the forests and mountains of beautiful West Virginia, FO76 will be a completely online experience. According to project lead Todd Howard, though, it can absolutely be played solo. We’ll see how that works out when it releases no November 14, 2018.


Although the trailer didn’t show much, Starfield is a game to keep an eye on, as it’s Bethesda’s first new IP in 25 years.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades

Need some Elder Scrolls on the go? Free-to-play game Elder Scrolls: Blades is for you. And it works in portrait mode, too!

The Elder Scrolls VI

Yes, Todd Howard knows how much you want TES6, but this time, he actually had something to show off. It’s a very brief teaser, mind you, but it’s nice to get some official confirmation, at any rate. The game is still ways off, though: apparently, it’ll be out sometime after Starfield.

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