Electronic Arts won’t hold an E3 conference this year.

Electronic Arts won’t hold an E3 conference this year.

Electronic Arts won’t hold an E3 conference this year. The publisher said in a press release today that it will again hold EA Play in Los Angeles during the weekend before E3, but that the focus of the event will be livestreams and hands-on for players. No more soccer memes and disappointing mobile reveals, sadly. Read more… Source link

Twitch's E3 Stream Punks Skate 4 Fans

Twitch's E3 Stream Punks Skate 4 Fans

Skate fans were hoping for a Skate 4 announcement at E3 this week, and when it didn’t come, folks were bummed. Anyone watching Twitch’s official coverage of the show earlier tonight, though, were treated to a few moments of delicious hope…before having it snatched cruelly away once again. Read more… Source link

Everything Sony Showed At E3 2018

Everything Sony Showed At E3 2018

Tonight at Sony’s PlayStation E3 press conference, they showed off a handful of games including The Last of Us Part II, some more Spider-Man, and the gorgeous-looking Ghost of Tsushima. They also announced Nioh 2. Good night for samurai games! Read more… Source link

Our Wildest Predictions For E3 2018

Our Wildest Predictions For E3 2018

Here’s a safe prediction: there will be some video game announcements next week at E3. But what about the wilder predictions? This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason Schreier and I talked E3 rumors and made a bunch of guesses about what we’ll see during video gaming’s big annual announce-a-palooza. Read more… Source link

Here’s what EA announced at E3 2018

Here’s what EA announced at E3 2018

Good afternoon, downtown L.A.! The sun is shining, the birds are singing and the giant banners with gun toting cyborgs have been unveiled. That can only mean one thing: it’s time for E3! Electronic Arts kicked the show off this morning with the first official press conference, and the big news was, as anticipated, Battlefield V. Battlefield V The World War II title will likely get a little more love at the Xbox press conference tomorrow morning, but we did

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One Year Later, Did Nintendo Keep Its E3 2017 Promises?

One Year Later, Did Nintendo Keep Its E3 2017 Promises?

By the time E3 2017 rolled around, Nintendo Switch was barely three months old. Coming off the success of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, what other exciting things were planned for year one of Nintendo’s newest system? Going into E3, the company had the wind at its back, but it still had a lot to prove. Read more… Source link

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