E3 2021 LIVE – Xbox news, highlights and what to expect from Nintendo


    THE world’s biggest gaming conference is underway, and there’s plenty to look forward to at E3 2021.

    The Los Angeles-based showcase kicked off on June 12, giving gamers their first look at the biggest games coming to Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo.

    Microsoft on Sunday showcased 30 upcoming games and said most of those titles will be available on its monthly subscription service, Xbox Game Pass.

    Behemoth French developer Ubisoft showed off the hotly-anticipated “Far Cry 6”, as well as a brand new IP, “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora”.

    Still to come today is Nintendo’s showcase, during which the Japanese tech titan is expected to highlight what’s ahead for the Switch over the next year.

    The Electronic Entertainment Expo each year turns the Los Angeles Convention Center into a players’ paradise.

    It was cancelled in 2020 because of Covid-19, and went virtual this year with a streamed event.

    Read our E3 live blog below for the latest updates…


      Let’s begin with one of the most hotly-anticipated releases of 2021, Halo: Infinite.

      A new trailer for the long-awaited sci fi shooter was played by Microsoft during its E3 presentation on Sunday.

      The company said Halo Infinite will be Master Chief’s biggest challenge yet.

      As well as our first look at the game’s multiplayer mode, we also finally got a release date.

      The blockbuster Xbox exclusive, delayed last year, which launch this holiday season.

      Microsoft release Halo Infinite trailer at the world’s biggest gaming event
    • Welcome one and all to The Sun’s live coverage of E3 2021!

      It’s currently early morning in the US, where the conference is hosted, so news is in short supply at the moment.

      There is, however, plenty to catch up on that has happened since the gaming showcase kicked off over the weekend.

      I’ll be bringing you a bunch of the highlights this morning before things get going again in Las Vegas.

      We have plenty to look forward to, with presentation from Nintendo and Namco – the developer behind Pokémon Go – still to come.

      Strap in, and let me take you through all of the top games and hardware we’ve got to look forward to…

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