PS5 and Xbox Series X | S will live his first big fair this summer. E3 2021 will be more special if possible because it coincides with the calendar year of the new generation consoles. Given the variety of projects already confirmed, in this piece we will review which games will be shown and will have a next gen version.
- E3 2021: calendar, times and date of all conferences
- How to watch and follow E3 2021 online
- App E3 2021 | How to download on iOS and Android, uses and functionalities
- Beyond E3 2021: Other Video Game Events and Fairs This Summer
E3 2021, the start of the new generation
So far there have been few companies that have confirmed which games they will show during their presentations. The most active in this sense has been Ubisoft, which will reveal new material from Far Cry 6 and Riders Republic, both confirmed with versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, in addition to the last generation and PC.
Warner Bros. Games It will also take advantage of the spotlights to delve into the elements of Back 4 Blood, the new cooperative shooter from the creators of Left 4 Dead. Xbox will follow in the wake with its flagship: Halo Infinite. The Master Chief will present new material during the event. Will it be time to see something about multiplayer? That data has not transcended. What is clear is that 343 Industries has prepared another wave of information.
For the part that is up to Square EnixFrom its list of confirmed games, Life is Strange: True Colors emerges as the only game with a dedicated version for recently released systems. Babylon’s Fall remains focused on last-generation consoles, and it has not been shared which platforms that World Premiere from Eidos Montreal will target.
Capcom, Bandai Namco, Take Two and Gearbox Entertainment have not revealed what projects they will reveal during their presentations, so it remains a complete unknown.
E3 2021: all PS5 and Xbox Series X | S games confirmed
- Halo Infinite
- Far Cry 6
- Riders Republic
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- Rainbow Six Siege
- For Honor
- Watch Dogs: Legion
Warner Bros. Games
- Back 4 Blood
- Life is Strange: True Colors
- Marvel’s Avengers