The biggest announcement was at the end of course.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot kicked off the conference with surprise guest Shigeru Miyamoto. Unlike the previous Assassin’s Creeds games, the new one won’t feature traditional towers in the game structure. There’s also an outside chance we’ll get a look at the delightfully wacky Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, which Ubisoft is working on in conjunction with Nintendo. It looks like there is a bit of a looting aspect as well. The Crew 2 showcased some impressive cross-terrain racing on a number of different vehicles, with a release window of early 2018.
On the other hand, South Park will also take mobile devices by storm later this year with Phone Destroyer, a strategy RPG launching for both Android and iOS. The studio developers said there would be physical and digital collectibles, as well as treasure-hunting elements included in the game.
Elijah Wood blurs realities in this creepy Transference trailer. Different weapons, as you’d expect, cost different amounts, so we invested in one gun for Mario and one for Rabbid Peach, before going into our last encounter, the boss battle.
The open world racer really takes the “open” to the next level in this sequel. Not much else is known about the game but it’s on my radar. The game has been in development for more than three years and is the first crossover of its kind. With a whole bunch of titles announced for various platforms, let’s take a look at everything in order of reveal.
You’ll even be able to commandeer enemy ships by boarding them, earning yourself extra loot and more. Multiplayer is a huge facet of the game.
Far Cry 5 is looking like an exciting release, but Boomer the dog stole the show.
Perhaps its most important reveal, however, was its very last game for the show. For a more personal feeling, rather than a map, in the corner of the screen, there is a small compass; as well, your character is provided a bow and arrow that can be controlled through first-person mode, and a pet eagle to help with overhead surveillance. I do have to say that it’s not what I expected and I’m hoping it doesn’t disappoint but I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt. Apparently we weren’t the only ones waiting for the this to see the light of day. Details beyond that are still scarce and we didn’t exactly see any gameplay, but excitement is still high that Beyond Good & Evil 2 will be released soon. A lot of content, that’s for sure, but it’s also a heavy price. I don’t think anyone at Creep-Score has wallets full enough to purchase all of these on release. It looks to bridge the gap between movies and games and is a destructive tale of a man’s obsession as you explore his digitally recreated memories. And they predictably made appearances at E3 2017. Unfortunately, we have no trailer to show you.