It’s the return of the world’s greatest video game show. However, due to the health situation, E3 began on Saturday online, showcasing footage from Ubisoft’s forthcoming Avatar game. Owing to the rise of COVID-19, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, which transforms the Los Angeles Convention Center into a virtual paradise for game lovers, had to be cancelled in 2020. Things are slowly getting back to normal, and going by online casino reviews, video gaming could be set for the biggest growth yet.
“Video games have entertained us and brought us together. They have helped us to hold out, said Stanley Pierre-Louis, general manager of the Entertainment Software Association, which has organized the exhibition since 1995. (ESA).
In a brief video, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti guaranteed that the 2022 edition of E3 will not be virtual.
Ubisoft associated with Disney
The French firm Ubisoft was the first to give a prepared presentation, revealing the first pictures of a new adventure game based on James Cameron’s blue character sci-fi film Avatar. Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft, said, “It’s a glimpse of the incredible journey that awaits you in one of the most beautiful places but also one of the most dangerous.”
Pandora’s Borders: Baptized Avatar The game, which was created in collaboration with Disney, will be released in 2022.
Is there a new Switch version on the way?
Other new features included a new downloadable update for the game, according to the company. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Siege of Paris, and new Faraway Y Rainbow Six choices are all available. Ubisoft has also revealed a new game for the Nintendo Switch in 2022 that mixes Mario and Rabbids.
Observers are expecting a presentation by Xbox (Microsoft) on Sunday, which will be the first time the company has collaborated with Bethesda, which was recently bought by the American giant. On Monday, Verizon, which will be present at the show for the first time, will address 5G and its impact on the future of video games. Nintendo may reveal information of new titles for its Switch platform, as well as a new version of its flagship, on Tuesday.
Some images of Starfield await E3
Three game images were released in September of last year. It had been discovered and verified by a YouTuber as originating from a 2018 edition of the game.
The HUD at the bottom of the screen, as well as a guy with a backpack on his back, are all there in today’s images, which we’ve known about for a few months.
Others appear to have been taken in the first person and depict a realistic space station or spaceship. A helmet is also seen, with YouTuber SKULLZI confirming its validity by confirming that it is still a 2018 version of the game.
SKULLZI also mentions that some of his sources have given him permission to talk about some aspects of the game in the near future, implying that Xbox and Bethesda will be communicating shortly about this new space series. It evokes the Space Nation Alliance, which will play a key part in the game, as well as the Black Fleet, two of the game’s factions.
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Last modified: June 16, 2021