E3 2021 wrapped today with presentations from Nintendo, BANDAI NAMCO, Yooreka Studio, GameSpot, and more. Plus Award Winners!
E3 2021 – the most anticipated video game showcase on the planet – wrapped today with presentations from Nintendo, BANDAI NAMCO, Yooreka Studio, GameSpot and more — plus the Official E3 2021 Awards Show winners were announced.
Nintendo made several announcements, including all-new info and trailers for the reveal of Tekken’s Kazuya Mishima coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the first new 2D entry in the Metroid saga in more than 19 years, a new trailer for the still-untitled upcoming sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and more. More details here.
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Other E3 Day 4 Highlights
- Yooreka Studios unveiled eight new games, many of which are playable right now as free demos on Steam.
- The GameSpot Play For All showcase highlighted indie games and developers.
Official E3 2021 Awards Show Winners
- Overall Most Anticipated: Forza Horizon 5, Xbox Game Studios
- Best presentation: Microsoft: Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase
- Most Anticipated:
- Capcom: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles
- Gearbox Software: Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
- Indie Games: Falling Frontier
- Intellivision: Asteroids
- Nintendo: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2
- PC Gaming Show: Songs of Conquest
- Freedom Games: Airborne Kingdom
- Future Games Show: Immortality
- SQUARE ENIX: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
- Ubisoft: Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope
- Xbox/Bethesda: Halo: Infinite
- Yooreka Studio: Loopmancer
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