The 2021 edition of E3, the famous annual fair entirely dedicated to the world of video games, has just ended. While still having to deal with the current global situation, the long-awaited Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 to be precise) has proved a real success even in virtual mode.
From Saturday, June 12, through Tuesday, June 15, there was a series of streaming events that poured into the market of interest an incredible amount of news. The event was attended by, among others, the following brands: Nintendo, Microsoft, Capcom, Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, Koch Media, THQ Nordic, XSEED Games, SEGA, NVIDIA, Epic Games, Bethesda, Bandai Namco, Activision, Deep Silver and Amazon Game Studios.
A role of absolute protagonist, however, has obtained Microsoft, and specifically Xbox, thanks to the recent union with the video game company Bethesda: the Games Showcase of this pair promised sparks and so it was, finding an incredible success during the live broadcast that kicked off Sunday, June 13 at 19.00 (Italian time).
90 minutes of joint show in which the house of Redmond has managed to make even more attractive and desired Game Pass, absolute flagship product in recent months. The conference was very rich, which saw the presentation of an incredible number of new titles, through trailers and gameplay. Despite this, not all the upcoming games branded Microsoft have been presented: they are not excluded twists and surprise presentations in the coming months.
Among all, the titles that have particularly stood out are part of that fringe so awaited by the general public, which has finally been satisfied with huge novelties and new chapters of adored sagas: we are talking in particular about Forza Horizon 5, Halo Infinite, STALKER 2, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Starfield, Psychonauts 2, Redfall/A Plague Tale Requiem and Doom Eternal Next-Gen Upgrade with RT.
A worldwide event that left all computer enthusiasts amazed: E3 2021 was without a doubt the consecration of the marriage between Xbox and Bethesda. Mediability continues to provide communication services – newsletters, banners, social media assets, landing pages and printed graphics for points of sale – to Microsoft, including Xbox, and can only be proud of this.