Last year, due to the pandemic, E3 was canceled. During this time, both the gaming and gambling industry has developed greatly, where PlayAmo Australia stands out for its offers for avid gambling addicts.

This year, the pandemic, unfortunately, has not gone anywhere, but E3 is back! The exhibition of achievements of the gaming industry was held online, from 12 to 15 June. We watched ALL the broadcasts of ALL leading developers and publishers and collected the most memorable moments for you in this small material.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Gameplay 2: Heart of Chernobyl

Already at this stage, the exhibition could be closed by first giving Phil Spencer the crown for the best presentation. At the Microsoft conference, the gameplay was finally shown, probably the most anticipated shooter in the post-Soviet space. And not just a snippet, but five whole minutes! And stories with stalkers around the fire, and shootouts with bandits, and a gorgeous scene next to “Duga” – everything is there. It remains to wait until April 28th.

Elden Ring Gameplay

FromSoftware has been generous and decided to show the gameplay of the much anticipated Elden Ring, as well as share a series of details with fans. Action events will develop in a partially open world consisting of six different zones. The combat system will expand significantly, and players will have many more options to fight on their own terms. Well, the plot was revealed: again the fallen kingdom and the ancient rulers, but this time we will hunt for six parts of the powerful ring in order to combine them into a powerful artifact. Released on January 21st.

Halo Infinite Multiplayer Presentation

First surprise: it will be completely free for everyone. Second, they promise a lot of content and long-term support, based on fan feedback. Well, the gameplay was shown, of course. And there is something to see! The battles have become much more diverse due to new types of weapons and various modifiers, some of which will have to be obtained directly on the battlefield. Release in late 2022, straight to Xbox Game Pass.

Ubisoft’s First Avatar Teaser

The French have focused on Rainbow Six Extraction, which so far seems incomprehensible. And there were no new Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell, which is also a shame. But the main surprise was in store for the very end of the broadcast. Yves Guillemot appeared on the stream and presented a teaser for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. This action game in the open world based on the same “Avatar” by James Cameron, made on the new version of the Snowdrop engine. It looks at least intriguing, it remains to wait for the full gameplay and other details. Released in 2022.

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Starfield’s First Teaser

According to Todd Howard, the game will be really big – the action will unfold at once on several planets available for research. The plot of the game will take you to the XXIV century when humanity has already learned to fly in the vastness of the galaxy and the era of exploring the deep corners of space has begun. It’s hard to say what the gameplay will be – Todd Howard only casually mentioned that it will become more hardcore. Released on November 11, 2022. On the same day, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be ten years old.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 First Gameplay

The sequel to Breath of the Wild was announced back at E3 2019, but since then Nintendo has remained silent and did not share details about it at all. And now the veil of secrecy has been lifted. Judging by the video, Zelda will again be kidnapped by the dark forces, and Link will have to save her again. The second part will focus on flying. The hero will spend much more time in the air since Hyrule literally flew into the sky in pieces. But, probably, it’s still the same Breath of the Wild, just bigger and more thoughtful. The release is expected in 2022 on Nintendo Switch.

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