Including Ubisoft, Devolver, Summer Game Fest and EA.
Stevivor’s Ben Salter and Steve Wright are joined by Stevivor’s Hamish Lindsay (also from Stevivor) to talk day one proper of E3 2021.
This episode touches on Ubisoft Forward, Summer Game Fest, Devolver Digital and EA’s Battlefield 2042.
Want a more specific listing of news? Easy done:
- Rainbow Six Extraction hands-on
- Rocksmith+ and its $149.95 AUD/year sub
- Riders Republic hands-off
- Rainbow Six Siege cross-play and progression
- Just Dance 2022 and Todrick Hall
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Siege of Paris and Discovery Tour
- Far Cry 6 Anton deep-dive and villains in Season Pass
- Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
- Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline in July
- Avatar Frontiers of Pandora
- Devolver Digital’s Max Pass Plus as a concept
- Trek to Yomi as a Kurosawa-inspired Samurai game
- Is Devolver Tumble Time actually real?
- Phantom Abyss as a cross between Mirror’s Edge and Temple Run
- Wizard with a Gun
- Evil Dead The Game gameplay
- Back 4 Blood gameplay
- Tina Tina’s Wonderlands
- Jurassic World Evolution 2
- Elden Ring release date
- Battlefield 2042
The Friendly Fire Show will be back tomorrow to talk Xbox and Bethesda with AusGamers’ Steve Farrelly and Kosta Andreadis, making it a proper Friendly Fire Show, really.
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