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E3 2017 Up-Coming Games

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Anthem
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Fall 2018
While Mass Effect: Andromeda was brewing at BioWare, the multi-team studio was also building something new: Anthem, an open world sci-fi shooter which, on first impression, has Destiny, Warframe, and Titanfall 2 flavors. While we expect BioWare-style storytelling, the first gameplay trailer emphasizes co-op monster shooting in a thick rainforest, with jetpack flight to boot. This is not your standard BioWare game. The choreographed trailer doesn’t tell us the full story, but with Anthem releasing in mid to late 2018, we expect to see more soon.



Destiny 2
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Coming to PC? Later than consoles, but yes
When's it out? October 24, 2017 (beta in August)
You may roll your eyes at the first game’s botched launch, but more than three years later the appetite for Bungie’s shared world sci-fi shooter is more ravenous than ever—as evidenced by the fact that the E3 line to play it had to be capped three minutes after the show opened. Based on our own multiple hands-ons (watch James play in 4K at max settings above) it’s clear the PC version will be the definitive experience, making the slight delay a small price to pay. To get the skinny on the new subclassess, balncing weapon archetypes for PC, what’s being done about story loose ends and much more, read our exclusive interview with director Luke Smith. Then consider splashing for a new GPU. Nvidia are bundling the game for free with new 1080s, and you’re going to want to see this one at its best.



Star Wars: Battlefront 2
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? November 17, 2017
Battlefront players clamoring for a campaign are getting their wishes this time around, as we learned a few months back. E3 gave us our first look at Battlefront 2 gameplay footage, and it's predictably just as ridiculously pretty as the first game. More importantly, its new class system and weapon variety promise to make it a meatier game, based on our first hands-on.



A Way Out
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Early 2018
A unique co-op game from the creator of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. It's always co-op, with the perspectives of its two characters always presented in splitscreen (though you can play online or local). The story-driven game starts with life in prison, but you break out somewhere along the way. According to Sam and James who played it, A Way Out is "like a David Cage game, only co-op and good."



The Last Night
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
From developer Odd Tales and publisher Raw Fury comes a 2.5D cyberpunk sidescroller that looks to be part Blade Runner, part Oddworld. The environments are grimly beautiful, and it's certainly got a moody feel to it. There are some important questions about its themes, though—more on that here.



Assassin's Creed: Origins
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? October 27, 2017
Since this Assassin’s Creed installment has had a longer development period than most, there’s a lot riding on it. And overall, the promise of a more RPG-leaning, Egypt-based open world adventure does sound appealing. It’s still unclear how much of a re-invention Origins will be, but Ubisoft seems to have (rather symbolically) done away with the icon-strewn mini map in favor of more RPG-like UI elements, according to our friends over at GamesRadar. Oh, and you have an eagle companion—a very promising feature for eagle enthusiasts worldwide.



Metro Exodus
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
It’s the third Metro game we’ve all so eagerly anticipated, and while the gameplay video released at E3 looks very par for the course, there are new elements. Chief among these is that Exodus will reportedly feature sprawling open sandbox environments—a departure from the linear layouts of the previous games. If this installment can balance the narrative focus of those games with more satisfying exploration, then we may be onto a winner.



Monster Hunter World
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Coming to PC? Later than consoles, but yes
When's it out? Early 2018
Well, this is a thrilling—not to mention long-overdue—surprise as the Monster Hunter series finally makes its way to PC! With some new features like destructible environments and a hookshot-style grappling tool, not to mention drop-in 4-player co-op, and a true open world complete with a day/night cycle, we're excited to see more in the months ahead, and hope the wait—it's unfortunately launching on console ahead of PC—isn't too long.



Call of Duty: WWII
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? November 3, 2017
The CoD:WWII multiplayer reveal trailer is directed like any other free-camera gameplay montage, but despite masking the real look of it, we do learn a lot: there are paratroopers, objectives like bomb planting and vehicle escorts, and what appear to be bombing and strafing killstreaks. After Sony’s show, we learned a bit more from Activision about how the replacement for create-a-class works, and what sort of weapons to expect. Evan got some hands-on time in, and was pleased to find that the new War Mode brings real change to the series.



Sea of Thieves
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Early 2018
Pirates! We played Sea of Thieves last year, and again this year, and it's still a promising multiplayer pirate game with heaps of Rare charm. It's still hard to get a feel for the exact breadth of this adventure sandbox, but we're still thirsty for more great pirate games. (Thirsty, not hungry, because grog).



Life is Strange: Before the Storm
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? First episode is this August
A prequel to Life is Strange, telling the story of Chloe Price before Max returns to town. It's a three episode series, due out in August. Since this series is being developed by Dek Nine Games, and not creators Dontnod, presumably this isn't the sequel Dontnod teased a few weeks back. Sadly, it also won't feature the voice talents of Ashly Burch, due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike.



Crackdown 3
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? November 7, 2017
Crackdown's been missing in action for awhile, but it's finally back, and due out this year with the unexpected bonus of Terry Crews. According to Sam, it plays a whole lot like Crackdown, and Crackdown's still a good time.



Middle-earth: Shadow of War
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? October 10, 2017
A sequel to the surprisingly good 2014 orc slayer Shadow of Mordor, this installment appears to be business as usual. Except the environments look a bit more colourful and diverse this time (thanks to no longer being set exclusively in Mordor), and the Nemesis system is being tweaked a bit. Also check out the new cinematic trailer which debuted at the PC Gaming Show.



Tacoma
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? August 2, 2017
We've been wait on Tacoma for a few years now, and a short trailer at Microsoft's conference didn't spill any new details about this space station explorer. Except for one: that release date.



State of Decay 2
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Spring, 2018
The first State of Decay was a fun, janky, and surprisingly complex zombie survival sim. This looks to be more of the same, except there are three maps instead of one, and all of them are the size of the environment from the original game. Overall though, it’s easy to write State of Decay 2 off as yet-another-zombie-game. And that’s what it is, to be honest. But it’s probably going to be a decent one.



Forza Motorsport 7
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Coming to PC? Yes, Windows 10 exclusive
When's it out? October 3, 2017
The fantastic Forza Horizon 3 released last year has us primed for more. Now, the first full version of a mainline Forza game is coming to PC.



Dragon Ball FighterZ
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
Somehow one of the most exciting, visually splendid games at E3 is a new Dragon Ball Z fighter. This one's being handled by Arc System Works, makers of the equally gorgeous and complex Guilty Gear games. Just look at it. Even if you don't care about Dragon Ball, that animation looks like sweet sweet candy.



Ace Combat 7
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
Bandai Namco continues the Ace Combat series, originally planned for a 2017 release but now slipping into next year. At least it will be on PC this time! The trailer shows a war brewing between fictional countries, and dramatic modern (as well as futuristic) aerial combat for both single and multiplayer.



Echo Arena
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Coming to PC? Yes, free with Oculus Rift
When's it out? July 20
It’s a VR team sport game, and since it appears to be an Oculus exclusive it’ll probably be a PC exclusive too. Set to release late next month, the “ten-player zero-G frisbee game” will join the list of free games available to new purchasers of Rift headsets.



XCOM 2: War of the Chosen
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? August 20
The first major expansion for XCOM 2 is adding a ridiculous amount of different systems to the game. For starters, the Chosen are alien enemies that will track and hunt you through your campaign, evolving and growing as you progress in a way similar to Shadow of Mordor’s Nemesis system. New human factions can be contacted and befriended as you play, giving you access to unique units that are stronger than other in the game. There’s also a new bonding system straight out of Fire Emblem that will give soldiers who fight together special perks. Like we said, there’s a lot to this. Watch the full presentation from the PC Gaming Show here.



Battletech
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2017
This Battletech outing is a return to the series’ tactical roots, and will boast a single-player mercenary campaign, as well as a skirmish mode for both single-player and online play. The turn-based instalment will release thanks to a very popular (and lucrative) Kickstarter campaign, and it’s due to release exclusively for PC this year.



Tunic
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
A Zelda-inspired adventure game with its own confident and beautiful isometric art style, Tunic's new name (it was formerly Secret Legend) was announced at the PC Gaming Show. Also, the main character is a fox. A fox with a sword! And also a tunic. He's a little charmer, but when the sword comes out the action's surprisingly snappy, with quick swings and quicker dodge rolls. This is one to keep an eye on.



Griftlands
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Early 2018, says the game’s Steam page
Klei's being tight-lipped about its new game, which debuted at the PC Gaming Show, but damn if we aren't intrigued. It sure looks like an RPG, with talking and turn-based combat, but beyond that we're just guessing. Are you traveling to multiple alien worlds, or adventuring across one clearly multicultural planet? What's it play like outside of combat? What's it play like in combat? All we really know is, cool 2D art, as usual for Klei.



Ylands
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? A Bohemia Incubator game, Ylands is already available in pre-release form for $10. It'll launch into Steam Early Access later this summer.
Survival games are a crowded genre, but Ylands has low-poly cuteness on its side. It's a big ol' sandbox adventure game with deformable terrain, mining, fishing, and all that good jazz. More importantly, there are propeller jetpacks.



Wargroove
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? “2017!”, says its website
Sure, Wargroove is heavily inspired by Advance Wars, but we're excited about its potential for moddability on PC and the mapmaker demonstrated at the PC Gaming Show in the video below. Not only can you design maps, but you can design campaigns. Branching campaigns, with scripted events. And then share them online. People are going to be making cool shit in this game immediately.



Age of Empires: Definitive Edition
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? No word yet, but beta sign-ups are here
The final announcement on The PC Gaming Show was a thrilling one: a 4K remaster of Age of Empires, one of the most celebrated and influential real-time strategy games ever made. 20 years after its release, players will be able to re-experience it—or try it for the first time—with new graphics, a remastered soundtrack, and improved gameplay. A classic of PC gaming, reborn.



Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? They won't say
Taleworlds is still being mum about when its sandbox RPG will hit PC, but everything we've seen of it has us excited for more massive battles. With graphics that look blessedly improved over the original's, plus new features like advanced formations, better battlefield AI, a directional shield blocking system and chained attacks, we're champing at the bit more than a terrified cavalry horse to get our hands on it. This E3 blessed us with two new videos and hands-on impressions.



Lawbreakers
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? August 8, 2017
Boss Key's frenetic multiplayer FPS will arrive this August following its final closed beta in early July, as announced during the PC Gaming Show. Cliff Bleszinski has says he's not attempting to take on Overwatch, but we'll soon see if Lawbreakers manages to stand out—our hands-on time with the shooter has proved enjoyable, and the $30 price tag should help.



Need for Speed Payback
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? November 10, 2017
Racing, by way of The Fast and the Furious? That seems to be the vibe of the new Need For Speed, which showed off a heist sequence in its E3 presentation. Recent PC Need For Speeds have had some PC issues, so hopefully that's not the case for Payback.



FIFA 18
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? September 29, 2017
The trusty annual football (or soccer) game is definitely coming to PC, and along with the expected graphical improvements, it’ll also boast more detailed player traits and even better dribbling than ever before. One can never stop perfecting dribbling.



NBA Live 18
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Coming to PC? Probably not
When's it out? We don't know, but presumably before 2019.
It’s EA’s age old basketball sim, which has in recent years been utterly trounced by 2K’s basketball sim. Not that it matters much to us anyway, since it’s not even been confirmed for PC yet—though the last installment in the series, NBA Live 16, ended up releasing for PC.



Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? September, 2017
The next big Battlefield 1 expansion was already known, but we did get a nice little teaser at the show, with brief looks at the six new maps, the Russian army, and the Women's Battalion of Death. EA also reminded us that two night maps are coming out this summer.



Ashen
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Coming to PC? Yes
When’s it out? 2018
We first saw this action RPG back in 2015, and it returned this year with a new trailer and a 2018 release window. Ashen is a 3rd person open-world non-linear game, with passive multiplayer and no voice-chat—so if you come across other players, you need to communicate with them using gestures, similar to Journey. The trailer also shows some big-ass boss monsters to contend with, so making friends with other players is probably worth the effort. And there's some good news: it's on Steam as well as the Windows Store.



Ori and the Will of the Wisps
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? No mention as yet.
A new, utterly beautiful platformer from the creators of Ori and the Blind Forest. We don't know too much about this one yet, other than you'll be leaving the forest, and the sad animals make us want to cry, dammit.



Super Lucky's Tale
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Coming to PC? Yes, ditching VR this time.
When's it out? November 7, 2017
A follow-up to VR platformer Lucky's Tale, noteworthy for not being in VR this time around. The switch to normal PC and console development seems to have injected a lot of life and depth into Lucky's world, which will hopefully make for a more substantial platformer than his first outing.



Code Vein
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
It’s anime Dark Souls by all appearances, and who can blame publisher Bandai Namco for wanting a new series in this vein, considering Dark Souls is by all reports over? The short trailer doesn’t really confirm much, only that you’ll be killing monsters with swords and other weaponry, but it does look fun. The big news was confirming that it'll release on PC.



The Artful Escape
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Unknown—the trailer suggests it’s "coming when it's damn ready"
Originally called The Artful Escape of Francis Vendetti, this now-much-more-elegantly-titled platformer looks stunning in action. It was beautiful when we saw it last year at PAX Australia: “It plays out like a strange dream with its effulgent starry skies and twilit gardens, populated by eerie creatures with whom you can commune via guitar.”



Cuphead
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? September 29, 2017
About time! We can't wait to see what the final version of Cuphead plays like, after years in the oven. Originally conceived as a boss rush game, Cuphead's developers eventually added 2D platforming segments and horizontally scrolling shooter interludes. And it still looks like no other videogame ever made (though a whole lot like some cartoons from the 1930s).



The Darwin Project
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Fall 2017
Another new entry into the popular battle royale genre, The Darwin Project will launch first for Xbox but arrive on PC as well. It's as much about surviving a freezing environment as it is about battling other players, and the trailer shows not just weapons like arrows and axes but powers like energy shields and invisibility. The demented game show looks like it will support 8 players rather than the typical dozens like other battle royale games.



Deep Rock Galactic
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
A first-person co-op sci-fi shooter for up to 4 players featuring space dwarves. Mine your way through planetary cave systems and destructible environments in search of riches, and battle swarms of alien enemies. It has a pleasing, chunky look to it, and a collection of gruff wise-cracking dwarves (in space!) is certainly a good hook.



Ooblets
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? 2018
Cute-as-hell farming and critter-collecting game Ooblets from developer Glumberland, is part Stardew Valley, part Animal Crossing, and 100% adorable. Build a farm, experience town life, build and decorate your home, battle and train creatures, explore, farm, dress up, make friends, and lots more. It looks to be packed with activities and distractions, and cute ones at that. The new trailer below comes by way of the PC Gaming Show.



Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? October 27, 2017
It’s a game about shooting Nazis, of course. Some people say there are too many games about shooting Nazis, but we say: nope. This sequel to the 2014 reboot sees BJ Blazkowicz taking the fight to the United States, and will feature more ludicrous, unrealistic weaponry compared to its predecessor. MachineGames doesn’t seem to be departing from the relatively linear, narrative focused template it established with The New Order, but the studio has also proven it doesn’t really need to.



The Evil Within 2
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? October (Friday) 13, 2017, naturally
Sebastian Castellanos returns for another round of gore and horror, the poor guy. No one believed his version of the events of the first game, and he's been kicked off the police force and has slipped into alcoholism, even as he continues on a quest to unearth the truth of his experiences and find his daughter, Lily. With Shinji Mikami at the helm once again, we can expect plenty of bizarre and twisted locations, characters, and story twists, plus no small amount of scares.



Doom VFR
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Coming to PC? Yes, but only Vive support confirmed as yet
When's it out? Later this year
In the vein of Epic's Robo Recall, Bethesda showed a VR-exclusive version of Doom at its showcase this year. It's coming to the Vive and PSVR and uses teleportation for movement. Expect the weapons and enemies of 2016's Doom, but in what form we're not exactly sure. Could be levels, could be wave-based survival. The 'F' stands for a bad word.



Fallout 4 VR
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Coming to PC? Yes, SteamVR - Vive support listed for now
When's it out? October, 2017
It's Fallout 4! In VR! Notably, the whole game, not a spun-off experience. At launch, there's no word about Oculus Rift support; Bethesda says it's coming to the HTC Vive. Also, from what we can tell on Steam, this is a separate, full-price version of Fallout 4, so you won't just be able to boot up your existing copy in VR. We'll see if Bethesda gives copies away (or gives a discount) to existing Fallout 4 owners.



Dishonored 2: Death of the Outsider
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? September 15, 2017
This is not an expansion: it’s a standalone, budget-priced Dishonored game starring ex-Whalers lieutenant Billie Lurk. The best thing about playing as a new protagonist will be, of course, the new powers, and Billie appears to have some cool ones: for instance the ‘displace’ ability which allows movement through walls. We don’t know how substantial this outing will be compared to the main Dishonored games, but more time spent in this universe is welcome.



Skull and Bones
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Fall 2018, playable beta sign-ups this way
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag was the best Assasin's Creed game, but it would've been even better with more pirating and less assassining. I'd almost given up hope that Ubisoft was going to take that great pirate ship core and spin it out into its own game, but it finally happened with Skull and Bones, due out late next year. Unlike Black Flag, though, it's not a singleplayer story-driven sandbox; Skull and Bones is a multiplayer-focused game that sounds a bit like The Division in structure. The ship combat already looks great, but the rest of the game is an open question.



The Crew 2
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Early 2018, beta sign-ups are incoming
There's more than just cars this time around: the trailer for The Crew 2 is full of planes, boats, and motorcycles speeding across an open-world United States. From New York to San Francisco, from the Rocky Mountains to the Grand Canyon, your goal, according to the trailer, is to become "the greatest champion of all motorsports."



Beyond Good and Evil 2
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Honestly, your guess is as good as mine
It was a tearful reveal for creator Michel Ancel, who's been trying to get Beyond Good and Evil 2 made, in some form, for about 15 years now. The trailer above features a lot more F-bombs and a pretty different tone than the first Beyond Good and Evil, but its colorful sci-fi setting definitely feels in line. According to Ancel, his team has been working for the past three years just to build the technology necessary to create a sprawling sci-fi epic, which means there isn't really a game here yet. Hopefully there will be one, someday. For now, fans can join a sort of Early Access-style feedback program to help shape the game.



Far Cry 5
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? February 27, 2018
There’s a lot of noise being made about Far Cry 5’s actually quite goofy rural American setting, as well as some of its themes. But the Far Cry format looks certain to remain the same: charge around a mostly rural open world, kill things, blow things up, drive cars into things (as a means to blow things up). Only this time you’ve got a pet dog and there’s apparently fighter planes as well. How will the local authorities react to raining terror?



South Park: The Fractured But Whole
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? October 17, 2017
The first Obsidian-developed South Park RPG was a very fun but also quite shallow affair, but The Fractured But Whole will reportedly be a more complex outing. And that’s the dream, really: a turn-based RPG in the South Park world that will endure longer than the passing distraction that was its predecessor.



Transference
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Coming to PC? Billed as a “VR experience” so most likely
When's it out? Spring 2018
We don't know much about Transference, other than that it's for VR and stars Elijah Wood, and has something to do with exploring digital memories that have been uploaded into a computer. It's billed as a psychological thriller that will "bridge the gap between games and movies" as you "escape a maze-like" puzzle. It does look a bit spooky.



A Plague Tale: Innocence
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? The website says "Coming soon" but we don't believe it
All we have for this game is a (pretty gross) teaser trailer dropped on the second day of E3, featuring lots of rats who are apparently ripe with plague. The teaser's description says it's a "supernatural swarm of rats," which is the only thing worse than a normal swarm of rats. Here's the rest of the description, which makes it sound like a form of survival horror: "1349. The plague ravages the Kingdom of France. Amicia and her younger brother Hugo are pursued by the Inquisition through villages devastated by the disease. On their way, they will have to join forces with other orphans and evade swarms of rats using fire and light. Aided only by the link that binds their fates together, the children will face the darkest days of history in their struggle to survive."



Yakuza 6
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Coming to PC? No (at least, not yet)
When's it out? Early 2018
The latest in the wonderfully strange Yakuza series, which has found a new surge of popularity in the west recently thanks to Yakuza 0. They're action-adventure games in the vein of Shenmue, with amusing minigames and a lengthy soap opera story that spans half a dozen games. We've long wanted the series to come to PC, and it's sadly still PlayStation exclusive. But an interview we had with Sega at E3 this year gives us hope that we'll see Yakuza on PC in the not-too-distant future.



Hunt: Showdown
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Coming to PC? Yes
When's it out? Unknown

One of our favorite games of the show—maybe our favorite—came as a total surprise. In Hunt, five two-player teams set out on the same map to hunt down demons, and maybe each other if there's loot to be stolen. Die, and your character is gone for good, although you can inherit some traits. Just thinking of playing it makes us tense, which is helped by it being one of the most visually arresting games at the show. Read Steven's preview for more.

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Re: E3 2017 Up-Coming Games

Postby Capt Birdshit » Tue Jun 20, 2017 4:52 pm

There are alot of tgames there to try and comment on the all. I will comment on the following though:

Anthem - looks potentially a game changer. Combing all kinds of different games
Destiny 2 - looks really good too as a co-op game if they get the release correct.
SW: BF2 - Might be good to pickup this time as it has a co-op (not that i will play it) but will be interested in the MP
A Way Out - Interesting concept - expecially if it works well in the way they intend too. Shame it is 2 player just as it kinda splits us all playing it but if its well reviewed i may leave this one to me and JC.
Metro Exodus - Loved the second one. Still haven't finished the first one but this looks good. Great reveal trailer.
State of Decay 2 - Was always interested by the concept of this game, especially as it is a different type of Zombie game - more about building something that just going map to map etc. Hopefully it is developed well.
Forza 7 - Loving FH3 so will look forward to this when it is less than £30!
Farcry 5 - looks up my street this time.
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Re: E3 2017 Up-Coming Games

Postby Extreme_One » Tue Jun 20, 2017 6:52 pm

I'm looking forward to all these sequels:

Destiny 2
Battlefront 2
The Crew 2
FarCry 5
Shadow of War


The game I'm most intrigued by is Hunt: Showdown which sounds like it could be something really quite different and interesting.
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Re: E3 2017 Up-Coming Games

Postby SpaceMadMonkey » Sat Jun 24, 2017 1:00 am

The Devs said that Hunt: Showdown is bascially a pvpvpve game, lol. Looks good though!
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