Developer Polyphony Digital boasts about the software improvements in Gran Turismo 6. Translation? The game held its own at the forward-looking E3, despite the fact that it’s coming out on the “obsolete” PlayStation 3.
You’ve seen how intense the single player campaign of Battlefield 4 can be. Now take a look at the game’s multiplayer mode, which will feature massive 64-player battles, destructible environments and a commander mode.
The Division for the Xbox One and PS4 is a modern take on MMORPGs. Play as a secret agent in a ravaged New York City and use realistic maps and weapons. Team up, fight and trade with others, even from a mobile device.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is a team-based third-person shooter with both old and new characters based on the most popular tower defense game ever made. Coming first to Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Gameplay here.
Perhaps the most impressive Xbox One exclusive in the works, Crytek’s Ryse offers God of War-style hack and slash action, set against the epic visuals of ancient Rome. Certainly the best looking XO game shown to date.
At E3 2013, we saw some epic blockbuster games and two new consoles. But our favorite game playable on the show floor was this goofy indie, starring a gangly octopus who struggles to perform even the most basic of tasks.
CD Projekt Red caps off its critically-acclaimed series with an ambitious RPG. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will feature an open world with varied and dynamic ecosystems, unique combat and non-linear progression.