E3 2021’s second day showcased six of the coolest games to look forward to this 2021, along with Xbox and Bethesda’s joint conference.
A lot of exciting announcements that include the joint conference between Xbox and Bethesda, along with the showcase by Square Enix were all wrapped up on the second day of E3 2021’s PC Gaming Show. If you weren’t able to attend the show, here are some of the most exciting and intriguing games that are worthy of your attention.
This exciting game is an arena shooter third-person play that makes use of food instead of guns to fight against two to eight players. In here, all you have to do is to throw soup at the opponents or turn yourself into a meatball by jumping into the meat juice and rolling until you reach home. You can also boomerang yourself by making use of doughnut bombs.
They Always Run
The E3 2021 PC Gaming Show also showed this western 2D action game that is set in space. Here, you will be playing as a three-armed mutant that hunts various bounties across the galaxy. From the game visuals, its animation, and music, you can see that is filled with style and a bonus of ultra-violence while you hack as well as slash your way towards various levels.
Far: Changing Tides
E3 2021 has yet again presented another sequel of a game, particularly that of Far: Lone Sails. Its sequel, the Far: Changing Tides has even more stunning visuals, with the player piloting the ship that sails across a flooded world.
Next Space Rebels
This game is a rocket-building sim in space that provides a narrative. Here, you have to build a DIY rocket engine from scratch. There are various FMV cutscenes, plus a rich story to entertain you.
The E3 2021 showed that this one here is inspired by the Japanese games in the character-action genre. Here, you will be controlling two of the characters at the same time, with two sisters being a ghost that possesses mystical powers, and the other having superhuman strength.
This game here is a first-person shooting game that is turn-based and time-looping. It tasks players to take control of each of their team members one at a time, with a playing round that lasts for only 25 seconds. This game was first announced in 2020, with its release drawing near on August 3, 2021, as its latest trailer has confirmed. It will be available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox series, and Xbox One.
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The annual PC Gaming Show conference is certainly a much-anticipated event. There are new and exciting games this year that are yet to be released. Get your own Xbox One S 1TB Bundle or Xbox Series X while waiting!