Picking our top reveals and gameplay trailers from this year's all-digital E3.
While there were no real new glimpses of the campaign, multiplayer looks terrific. With battlegrounds that evoke Halo 3 and a focus on Big Team Battle, this could be a great online FPS.
Sharing a little of Thief's DNA, this wickedly creepy indie boasts a wonderfully physical inventory system and well-scripted guard conversations.
The latest Forza entry from Playground Games is another rich racing simulation set inside a wonderfully colorful sandbox. Mexico already looks like a great choice of setting.
While the latest trailer was heavily manicured, Stalker 2 can hopefully deliver a seamless open world free from the series' tradtional jank.
Come for the tornadoes, stay for the utterly madcap 128-player firefights. The frenzied spectacle should make this fun as hell.
If you enjoy isometric action and retrowave soundtracks, this open-world RPG is going to bang all your gongs. Go check out the demo on Steam.
Dark Souls with a magical horse and George R.R. Martin behind the keyboard, what's not to like? Open-world boss battles recall PlayStation classic Shadow of the Colossus.
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