- Far Cry: Primal
Far Cry goes prehistoric meaning there won’t be any be any modern means of transportation nor firearms. Instead you will have to get in touch with nature, use primitive weapons and call upon your pets to cut down your enemies. You play as a beastmaster who is able to communicate with animals and yes, that means you get ride a sabertooth tiger across the ancestral environment. As in previous games you get to explore the world as you like, but as you explore, dangers are always lurking around you. Natural predators and opposing tribes will be ready to attack you that means you have to get wild as well and embrace the madness in the primal world.
- The Division
The United States was not the same after a virus broke out on Black Friday and caused the government to collapse within a week. What remains of law enforcement agency ‘The Division’ must restore order in a dystopian New York City. This means, you get to explore NYC with your friends and hunt down loo, assuming your friends still have your back during the gameplay.
- Uncharted 4: Thief’s End
Following an unfortunate delay that pushed Uncharted 4 out of the holiday season of 2015, fans of the series are barely holding on to themselves as they wait for the emotional end of their favorite pilferer, Nathan Drake. The new Uncharted game introduces Drake’s long lost brother Sam, who appears to also be a thief. What we know so far is that Sam convinces Drake to return to treasure hunting life and as per the E3 demo we can expect a lot of the insane car chases that made Nathan really famous.
- Dishonored 2
With Dishonored 2 we return to the old steampunk city of Dunwall. Set ten years after the end of the first game, Dishonored 2 will feature will two main protagonists – returning hero Corvo and Emily Kaldwin, dethroned Empress. Each will have their own storylines and set of abilities, and the E3 trailer of Dishonored 2 was a clear suggestion that you can be just as ruthless no matter which protagonist you choose.
Bethesda proved its might at their first ever E3 press conference, with the announcements for Fallout 4, Dishonored 2…and Doom. If you’re looking for blood, gore, chainsaw massacres and more gore then look no further – Doom is the game for you. During the E3 demo, we got to see the game in action, with demons and ghouls getting dismembered and decapitated by powerful shotgun blasts. It looks like Doom is staying true to old school shooter mechanics, forcing you to pick up armour, health packs and ammo. But this time around, the developers have added a perk of their own and that is the gruesome execution move, which allows players to stomp heads and rip the limbs off stunned enemies. Good to know that the developers have taken a hint from the fan-favourite Brutal Doom mod.
Last modified: 8th February 2016