As expected, Electronic Entertainment Expo. has revealed lots of exciting games and hardwares coming this year and following. Microsoft has explained its future projects for Xbox and PC gaming. On the other hand, Sony has mainly focused on games. We have gathered the information and compiled it to highlight the major announcements made.
Let’s start with Microsoft?s announcements, the company has unveiled its upcoming gaming consoles Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio. The company will release the Xbox One S in August this year. Xbox One S will be compact more compact as compared to Xbox One and will cost $299.
Microsoft has also announced to release Xbox Scorpio in 2017. The company has not provided much details about the console. According to BBC, it would be a 4K gaming console that will support. It is expected to roll out by the end of 2017. Moreover, the company has also updated its game controller.
Microsoft has also revealed Xbox Play Anywhere program. Under this program, users will be able to play Xbox games on their computers.
Microsoft has announced its several upcoming games and The Division ?Underground? DLC update. The upcoming games including Gears of War 4, Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 3, State of Decay 2, Tekken 7, and sci-fi adventure game, ReCore.
Nintendo has also announced Wii U, a new generation controller and console combo. Users can play games on its 6.2 inch screen. It can also be used as a controller to play games on the big screen.
On the other hand, Sony PlayStation released the trailers of most awaited games with few surprises. The Chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), Shawn Layden provided details on PlayStation Blog.
According to Layden, the best upcoming games by Sony includes Resident Evil, Spider Man, Days Gone, Death Stranding and God of War. He also confirmed that the company will release two new titles on October 25, 2016. Horizon Zero Dawn, Detroit: Become Human, and The Last Guardian will be introduced to PS4.
The company has also remastered Crash Bandicoot. SIE collaborated with Activision to remaster Crash Bandicoot and develop Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Call of Duty?s upcoming installment is supposed to be released on November 4, 2016 and will be available on Xbox One and PC as well.
Other major announcements include Batman Arkham VR, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare HD, Destiny: Rise of Iron, Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition. For a complete list of games at E3 2016, please visit IGN.
There is lot more to come. Stay tuned to the Bitbag for latest updates of E3!