There's always next year right?

6 no-shows we hoped we'd see at this year's not-E3

The Elder Scrolls 6

It's obvious that Bethesda is deeply focused on the release of Starfield, and while that's all well and good, we're desperate for a substantial update on the latest Elder Scrolls.


Like a sailor's wife turned to stone waiting on the cliffs for his return, we continue our lonely vigil for Obsidian's first person, open world RPG set in the Pillars of Eternity universe.

Crimson Desert

The studio behind the extreme grind MMO Black Desert also has a singleplayer action RPG in development, which was initially scheduled to launch in winter 2021. We're bummed it missed not-E3.

State of Decay 3

It's been two years since we've seen anything of Undead Labs' co-op zombie survival game. The lack of overall updates is concerning, and makes us worried we won't see this till waaaay later in 2023.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

Last year, Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester explained the troubled vampire RPG had a last-minute reprieve after its previous developer, Hardsuit Labs, was dropped. There's been very little info since.

From's epic has only been out since Feb, so it was clearly too much to hope this year's show would sport a trailer for the unconfirmed-but-come-on-they've-gotta-do-it Elden Ring expansion pack.

Elden Ring expansion

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