E3 2021 has come and gone, and whilst we got plenty of surprises and cool games thrown at our collective faces, there were some noticeable omissions from the gaming mecca. Here are five RPGs Bradford wishes we saw during E3 2021 this past week.
Amazon is dropping a new video series for its upcoming MMORPG, New World, this time giving a glimpse into the legends that make up the island of Aeternum, apty named "Legends of New World."
When we hear "developed by a single person," we expect to see something on a smaller scale, perhaps a simple design and basic gameplay. We don't expect to see a gigantic, procedurally generated space strategy game with hours of content in every session, but Scott D'Arcy of Stutter Fox Studios is doing just that. After checking the game out during an online E3 2021 hands-off demo, Falling Frontier has landed firmly on our radar.
Nintendo's strong E3 2021 showing ended with a resounding bang for those looking for Legend of Zelda news from the Japanese gaming giant. However, the final trumpet call was some more glimpses at the upcoming sequel to Breath of the Wild, which is slated to release in 2022.
In Mythical Games' keynote E3 presentation, details on the ongoing development of Blankos Block Party were divulged along with some upcoming collaborations which include premiere clothing company Burberry, influential musician Deadmau5, stylish brand The Marathon Clothing, and a slew of exceptional artists.
In an interview with IGN's Ryan McCaffrey, Elder SCrolls Online's Matt Firor talked about the MMO itself, as well as the possibility of an ESO sequel.
When Forza hit the Xbox One generation of consoles, the fact that every car on the road was inspired by the play data of a real player seemed to evoke a shift in how multiplayerin the racing franchise would work. Even without your friends playing, they were there. Forza Horizon 5 is releasing this November, and the multiplayer is sounding more MMO-adjacent by the minute, with the dev team stating that the cars you see are real players.
In case you missed it, E3 kicked off this weekend. Tons of games were announced. Here's a recap of some of the highlights before E3 continues later today.
Today during the Xbox + Bethesda Showcase at E3 2021, Obsidian revealed they are working on a sequel to their hit RPG in the best way possible: with a totally self-aware trailer.
A new type of Final Fantasy was officially unveiled during the Square Enix Presents showcase of E3 2021. Stranger Of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin (Yes, that is the FULL name) is coming in 2022 to PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
In the latest reveal during Square Enix's E3 2021 presentation, players were introduced to two new content releases headed into Marvel's Avengers later this year, along with more information about the next big expansion, Marvel's Avengers: War for Wakanda.
Square Enix kicked off their showcase today during E3 2021 with their upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy game. The single player adventure game will also reportedly not feature any microtransactions or even DLC for that matter.
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster is coming to Steam and Mobile, bringing remasters of the first six original games in the legendary JRPG franchise.
Did you miss the E3 Microsoft+Bethesda showcase? During the showcase, over 30 games were shown, with 27 of them headed to Game Pass on Day 1 of their release! Here is a quick recap of many of the most exciting games shown for MMORPG and RPG gamers!