PlatinumGames’ Babylon’s Fall made an appearance during Square Enix’s E3 presentation. Closed beta sign-ups are currently being taken for the co-op action RPG.
In the midst of all the bombastic announcements at Microsoft’s E3 show, Obsidian found some time to slip in an announcement for a sequel to The Outer Worlds. A very, very slight announcement.
Suikoden spiritual successor Eiyuden Chronicle put in an appearance during the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase. Companion title Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising will launch in 2022, with the main event Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes coming in 2023.
RPGamer’s 2020 Game of the Year is heading to new platforms. Supergiant Games’ action roguelite will launch on PlayStation and Xbox consoles this August.
Bethesda’s latest RPG Starfield finally reappeared. The journey through the vast unknown will be exclusive to Xbox and PC and will launch in November of 2022.
Microsoft’s Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase saw Blizzard popping up with a new trailer for Diablo II: Resurrection. More importantly, the trailer came with a release date attached.
Acid Nerve’s Death’s Door will be opening for players in a month’s time. The fantasy action RPG sees a crow tracking down a soul-stealing thief.
Developer Alta’s virtual reality RPG A Township Tale is coming to Oculus Quest. The game lets up to eight players join to explore the areas around their town and fill numerous roles within it.
Mario and the Rabbids are teaming up once more. Sparks of Hope sees the unlikely allies saving the galaxy from the mysterious entity known as Cursa.
PC and PS5 action RPG Godfall is also coming to PS4. The PS4 version will launch alongside a free update and a paid expansion in August.
Big Sugar and Ludomotion released a new E3 trailer for Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy. The game is currently in Early Access, with a full release set for next year.
There are just too many games at E3 to see them all. Here’s a collection of some of the indie games we were able to check out during our show floor travels.
Dauntless is already a game available across several platforms, and E3 revealed the Switch as the latest console players can join up with. We got a chance to challenge the game’s newest Behemoth, Winterhorn, and chat with the developers a bit about the upcoming changes.
After several years of being shown at E3, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is finally nearing release. We not only got to go hands-on with the title, but also sit down with its developers for some Q&A.
Heroland is an upcoming theme-park take on the classic dungeon-crawler. E3 gave us the opportunity to go hands-on with the game ahead of its release later this year.
The Rune Factory franchise hasn’t received a new entry in several years. However, the last installment is getting a rerelease this year, and we were able to check it out ahead of its release at this year’s E3.
Exor Studios’ The Riftbreaker puts players in the role of Ashley Nowak, a one-woman expeditionary force. Pascal Tekaia had the chance to try and help her colonize the far-distant world of Galatea 37, though it was a doomed effort.
Those who played Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed may be unaware that it was actually the second game in the series. XSEED Games is now giving western players the chance to try out its predecessor as Pascal Tekaia was able to try it out at E3.
Fishing minigames are far from a rare sight in RPGs nowadays, but an actual fishing RPG is a novelty. Nonetheless, that’s what Reel Fishing: Road Trip Adventure can be described as, and Pascal Tekaia was able to cast his line at this year’s E3.
Pascal Tekaia went back twenty years at this year’s E3 to check out Destiny Connect. NIS America’s time travelling RPG is coming to PS4 and Switch this October.