After nearly two and a half years of waiting, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is receiving its next anime adaptation. Vento Aureo or “Golden Wind” was revealed to be getting an October 2018 release window from series creator Hirohiko Araki during a Jojo’s art exhibition.
Shortly after it was revealed that Avalanche Studios would be partnering with Id Software for Rage 2, Avalanche has announced a new title. Generation Zero will be the studio’s first self developed and published game with no licenses or big publisher.
Arc System Works, following a series of teasers over the week of E3, has officially unveiled it’s next project. In collaboration with anime studio Trigger, Kill la Kill the Game was announced.
id Software’s Doom games are responsible for pioneering first-person shooters. They didn’t invent the concept, but delivered a fast paced, graphically amazing (at the time), and ultra-violent experience that led to countless imitators.
The series was revived in 2016 with a new entry, simply called DOOM. It brought back the stylized ultra-violence and lightning-quick action of the old games while still offering modern gameplay conveniences.
The sequel to that revival, Doom Eternal, was unveiled and teased during the Bethesda E3 conference.
The critical darling of 2017 NieR: Automata is coming to the Xbox One on June 26, 2018. At the Microsoft E3 Press Conference showed off what will be called the “Become As Gods” edition.
At Microsoft’s E3 2018 press briefing, From Software showed a trailer and gave a full name for its new game. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The game was revealed and teased originally at 2017 Video Game Awards.
Microsoft’s E3 2018 conference started off with an intriguing look at the world and setting of Halo Infinite, the next game in 343 Industries’ long running shooter series.
The highly anticipated new IP from Bioware, Anthem, was given an official release date at the EA Play event prior to E3.
A new trailer showing off some of the games’ systems and classes were shown, along with the release date.
After the May reveal of Battlefield V, fans had many questions and even some concerns about the latest in DICE and EA’s long running war series.
Hoping to answer and address a few of these concerns, Electronic Arts detailed some new features and gameplay during their annual EA Play conference.
Code: Vein, Bandai Namco’s take on the popular Dark Souls formula, will be releasing September 28th, 2018 according to Bandai Namco.