Microsoft releases at E3 2018
We continue with the long list of games exhibited by Microsoft.
We will also be lucky for 2019 with the return of the Halo franchise with a new Halo Infinite game. In this release we will return to earth again and have a new graphics engine called Slipspace.
They also revealed a new Jump Force, in which we can count on characters from Dragon Ball, Naruto and One Piece, what is known as the world of crossovers. At the end of the trailer we can also see Light Yagami and Ryuk, characters from the anime Death Note.
On December 4 of this year we will be able to count on Just Cause 4, where besides multiple explosions and shootings we will have the possibility of driving several land vehicles. Once again, the main character will be Rico Rodriguez, who will once again face The Black Hand, considered the most powerful army in the world. As a novelty, this installment will feature atmospheric phenomena, such as giant tornadoes, which may reach us at any time to give us an added difficulty.
As a continuation of the Metro saga, we have the newest development from 4A Games, Metro Exodus, a first-person action game in an apocalyptic world. Available on 22 February 2019.
With a visual show as a trailer we were introduced to Ori and the Will of the Wisps, the sequel to Ori and the Blend Forest, available in 2019. It promises dozens of spiritual weapons, spells and new dangers and enemies hitherto unknown. A beautiful two-dimensional platform game that will delight players with well-cared-for graphics.
Taking the Microsoft conference, PUBG, one of the most famous battle royal games, took the opportunity to announce content that will be progressively implemented over the next few months, such as Sanhok, a new snow map and a new bullet and grenade proof shield.
With a dark, frenetic, bloodthirsty, DarksSoul-style style of combat, we have Sekiro: Shadow Die Twice, set in Japanfeudal. As far as we know, it’s going to be more difficult than Darks Soul. You dare to play it? It will be available on multiple platforms, PS4, Xbox one and PC, throughout 2019.
Eight years after its release in Japan, Microsoft showed the remake of Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, which was also released in Europe in 2009 but without Spanish translation. In this remake, for which we do not have a release confirmation date, we will have an official translation in Spanish.
They showed a game-play of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 game, with a start date for March 15, 2019.
If you like classic titles like The Leyend of Zelda, you’re bound to like Tunic, a new game with a well-polished 3D three-dimensional graphics section. Although it was also announced at the last edition of E3, we still have no release date.
Finally, after a long list of new features, Microsoft left us with a game-play teaser from the game We Happy Few, a first-person survival adventure game that we can enjoy this summer, August 10, 2018.