Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Gaming Phil Spencer, and Microsoft in general, enjoyed a solid E3 briefing, with numerous titles showing off world premiers for their respective titles’ gameplay.
4A Games’ upcoming instalment in their Metro franchise, Metro Exodus, enjoyed a strong E3 presence. Now that E3 is over and done with, the studio updated the official Metro Exodus website with tons of details regarding different weapons, factions and hazards in various seasons.
There is no doubt Fortnite is the biggest thing in the gaming world right now, with celebrities, singers, fighters and even football players playing Fortnite’s battle royale mode. During E3 2018, we got to see 50 teams of, each consisting of a Twitch streamer teaming up with a celebrity, featuring the likes of Ninja, TSM Myth, Ali-A, The Walking Dead’s Chandler Riggs, UFC champion Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse’ Johnson, WWE’s Xavier Woods, NBA player Paul George and famous EDM DJ Marshmello.
Former Boss Key Studios uninspired first-person shooter, LawBreakers is going free-to-play this week – unfortunately, the game’s free-to-play lifespan is going to be shortlived as servers will be shutting down in September.