Digital Foundry did some technical analysis videos of some of the major trailers from E3. If you are interested in if some of these trailers were real, if we can really expect these visuals, and what techniques were being used, check out the videos below:
Just checking in with the latest trailer for Metro Exodus. I absolutely love these games (see my review of the original) and have been eagerly waiting for the next one. Unfortunately we are all going to have to wait a bit longer since it was recently delayed until 2019. Still, good things come to those who wait, and Metro Exodus looks very good indeed. Check out the latest trailer from E3 below. Oh, and apparently all footage in this trailer was captured in-game from a single level. Welcome… to the Volga!
Capcom has released the first trailer of the Resident Evil 2 remake since it was confirmed back in 2015. Instead of a “HD Remaster” like we got with Resident Evil 4 and Code Veronica, the new Resident Evil 2 game is essentially a re-imagining of the original. The remake is doing away with the fixed camera perspective in favor of a over-the-shoulder perspective present in the more recent Resident Evil games. Don’t worry though, you will still be able to explore Raccoon City as both Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy. They are focusing on a deeper narrative experience this time around, and the game is powered by Capcom’s proprietary RE Engine that was used in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard . The game comes to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One on January 25, 2019.
It looks like LawBreakers might have a little bit of life left in it. The game just went free to play on Steam. So I guess it is not completely dead yet. If you were ever interested in the game, now is the time to check it out. I actually think it is pretty fun, so give it a download from the link below and check out these class tutorial videos while you wait.
The next RPG from the creates of The Witcher trilogy is a Cyberpunk 2077. Adapted from the tabletop game Cyberpunk 2020, it is set fifty-seven years later in dystopian Night City, California, an open world in which a group known as Edgerunners serve society in eight different roles, which the player is free to choose and customize a character from. Player agency and choice lead to alternate endings.
CD Projekt Red teased the game 5 years ago, but then we radio silent as they worked on The Witcher 3. No news is often bad news, however this time around it looks like the opposite was true. The new trailer looks stunning.