The biggest trailers from June 2022's lineup of gaming showcases.
The game everyone thought would be Skyrim in space... well, sure does look like Skyrim in space. Hell, there's even space lockpicking. Still, the promised scale is staggering.
Dead Space co-creator Glen Schofield is back with a new team, and a new game that looks… very Dead Space. Given that the Dead Space series became what it did, that's quite refreshing.
We've known about the next hell-bashing action RPG from Blizzard for a while, but the new Necromancer class reveal seems to hint the publisher is planning to launch the game in 2023.
The sequel to Modern Warfare (2019), not Modern Warfare (2007)... which is in no way confusing. Credit to the studio for serving up such a meaty slice of actual gameplay, though.
A remake of 2005's Resi 4, the one that more or less changed everything. Some consider RE4 close to a perfect game so we're hoping this "reimagining" sees Capcom on its A game.
The most iconic fighting game in history returns. The reveal trailer shows off a first for Street Fighter: an "immersive single player story mode" with light Yakuza vibes.
The next mainline Final Fantasy game is showing off a lot of flashy, action-packed gameplay that seems to be taking the series to a new level in terms of presentation.
The sequel/major update to Blizzard's hero shooter you definitely know and maybe love has now been confirmed as free to play when it finally launches
The formerly PlayStation-exclusive Spider-Man game from Insomniac, now coming to Steam and the Epic Games Store in a Remastered PC edition.