E3 2021 is almost here to surprise everyone with massive video game announcements. And here are the most anticipated titles for the video game industry’ biggest trade event.
Everyone in the gaming community is eagerly waiting for some big game reveals at E3 2021. While it’s true that not every upcoming title would appear in the event, but players are still eager to see what this year’s event has to offer.
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Most Anticipated Video Game Announcements [E3 2021]
1. Beyond Good and Evil 2
If there’s one game that the gaming community is eager to see in E3 2021, it’s Ubisoft’s Beyond Good and Evil 2.
Initially, Ubisoft announced the upcoming sequel of 2003’s Beyond Good and Evil at E3 2017. However, it’s been three years, and we still don’t have any information on its release window and platforms.
Of course, the entire gaming community knows that the sequel is going through a rocky development cycle. It’s been three long years, and we haven’t received any further news on the game. However, fans are hopeful that Ubisoft will finally say something about Beyond Good and Evil 2 at E3 2021.
Bethesda Softworks announced Starfield back in 2018, and the expectation is that the studio will finally reveal the game at E3 2021.
With the Microsoft and Bethesda joint event coming on Sunday, June 13, this is our opportunity. Interestingly, the event’s teaser photo clearly hints at a Starfield reveal, which has put on smile on everyone’s face.
3. Halo Infinite
Well, as we’ve already stated, Microsoft and Bethesda confirmed a joint event, and the teaser photo hints and two games: Starfield and Halo Infinite. So, we’ll definitely learn more about Halo Infinite at the event.
Players are hopeful that Xbox will finally reveal a release date for the game after last year’s shocking delay.
4. Skull and Bones
Skull & Bones is the first game led by Ubisoft Singapore that was revealed at E3 2017. Initially, the game was supposed to come out in 2018; however, it was delayed three times, and now it is expected to be released in 2022.
Since it’s been three years since Ubisoft announced the title, players are expecting an announcement at E3 2021.
Of course, recent rumors state that Ubisoft Singapore has restarted the game’s development from scratch a few months back. But that doesn’t change the fact that players are still expecting an announcement at E3 2021.
5. The Elder Scrolls 6
Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls 6 in 2018, however, since then, the studio has revealed very little about Skyrim’s sequel.
Since it’s been almost 3 years with no announcement, fans expect Bethesda to reveal something about the game at E3 2021.
Of course, getting a release date is probably asking too much, but everyone is at least anticipating a proper trailer for the upcoming title.
6. Gotham Knights
For Batman fans, Gotham Knights is one of the most awaited titles expected to come out in 2022.
Initially, Warner Bros. announced the game back in August 2020, and it was set to release sometime in 2021. However, like most upcoming titles, it was delayed to 2022.
Nevertheless, it’s been almost a year since we’ve seen a fresh trailer for the game. So, fans expect some interesting announcements regarding the action role-playing game at E3 2021.
7. Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
Talking about upcoming Warner Bros. titles, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is another anticipated E3 2021 title.
We already got a glimpse at Gotham Knight’s gameplay last year; however, for the Suicide Squad game, we have nothing besides the cinematic trailer. So, no one can blame us for expecting its gameplay reveal at the upcoming event.
8. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2
The Legend of Zelda sequel is definitely one of the most anticipated titles for Nintendo players to look forward to at E3 2021.
Nintendo announced the title in 2019, and fans have spent two years staring at a 1 minute 27-second long trailer.
Fortunately, it’s confirmed that Nintendo will appear in E3 2021. So, the Nintendo community is excited to see another trailer for the game, possibly with a release date.
9. Metroid Prime 4
Nintendo announced Metroid Prime 4 at E3 2017, but the studio didn’t reveal any solid information on the game since then. It’s been three years, and we still don’t have a release date or a gameplay trailer for the game.
However, several reports suggest that a new Nintendo Switch Pro console announcement is just around the corner. And if that’s the case, it’s a perfect opportunity for Nintendo to reveal Metroid Prime 4 at E3 2021.
10. Bayonetta 3
Nintendo Switch exclusive Bayonetta 3 was initially revealed in 2017. Since then, Platinum Games didn’t reveal much about the game except that the team is working hard and the game’s development is going really well.
The studio also confirmed that we’d hear an announcement sometime in 2021. And if that’s true, we’ll definitely see Bayonetta 3 appearing at E3 2021
So, these are the 10 most anticipated video game announcements for E3 2021. Of course, several other games could have been a part of this list; however, we thought it’s best to restrict the post to 10 games for now.
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