A cinematic trailer for Iggymob's Gungrave: GORE shows slick action sequences, and releases sometime in 2022 for all major consoles.
A new trailer for Wasteland 3's final expansion - titled Cult of the Holy Detonation - sets the stage for what's to come in the game.
Previously confirmed as an all-digital show, Gamescom 2021 – which kicks off on August 25 – features several industry giants in its list of partners.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous has confirmed its console releases for Xbox and PlayStation, slated to release during Fall 2021.
With E3 2021 officially over, let's take a look back at all of the announcements that flopped along with a few others that angered fans.
The third person action-adventure follows Ryn as she finds her own path. It's in development for consoles and PC with no release date (yet).
Blackbird Interactive is working on a "modern refreshed real-time strategy" title with "fast-paced action" and fully customizable armies.
Venture to a world where technology is considered magic and wield the Cradle of Life in numerous battles with various choices dictating the story.
Prime Matter will oversee the likes of Payday 3, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a new CrossFire RTS, a new Painkiller game, and much more.
Bloober Team's psychological horror thriller launched as an Xbox Series X/S console exclusive earlier this year, but could now be headed to PS5 as well.
Though it can't wait to "see everyone's reaction" to Koch Media's news, Deep Silver clarifies that these franchises won't be seen next week or at E3 2021.
Koch Media's "Primetime" event has been confirmed for June 11, 12 PM Pacific Time.
Physical Day One Edition also launching on the same day for $29.99.
The digital-only event will feature Microsoft, Ubisoft, Nintendo and more participating.
The publisher has also invested €50 million towards the game's development and marketing.
It's currently evaluating a "growing number of potential near-term acquisition targets."
Including Flying Wild Hog, Coffee Stain North, Purple Lamp Studios, and more.
A number of big publishers will have a digital presence at this year's Gamescom.
Publishers for these titles include Konami and 2K Games.
However, Sony is not on the initial list of exhibitors.