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All The Trailers You Need To See From E3 Day 3 And 4

Are your wallets ready for all these games?
by Ash Mahinay | Jun 13, 2018
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We'll keep this intro short because you've got a lot to watch—and play when these games all drop. Consider this a follow-up to our first article featuring the best trailers to come out of this year's E3. We hope you have a lot of free time coming up next year!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

It has every fighter from every Smash Bros. in history! Yup that means Snake, Cloud, Megaman and co. are coming to this Switch must-buy.

The Last of Us Part II

Those facial animations, whew! This kicked off Sony's monster crowd pleaser presentation.

Ghost of Tsushima

The hopes and dreams of Tenchu and Bushido Blade fans rest on this promising title from the Infamous developers.

Death Stranding

Lea Seydoux eating a bug! Toenail removal! We still don't understand anything!

Resident Evil 2

Rumors became reality as Capcom finally confirmed the remake gossip. Best part is it already comes out in January 2019!

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From the Max Payne and Alan Wake studio, Remedy, comes some Inception-esque imagery as you play the telekinetically-powered protag of the Bureau of Control.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

The franchise makes it way to Ancient Greece, who wants to bet we'll see Sparta?


Just Cause 4

Weather is your friend (or foe) in the latest installment of this sandbox blow-em-up.

Beyond Good & Evil 2

This trailer will hook you even if you had no idea the first Beyond Good & Evil even existed.


The MCU has been busy, and now we finally have a game that lives up to the hype the films have been producing with this game that pits Spidey against the Sinister Six.

Division 2

Return to the Dark Zone in the (in-game) summer when the second part in this squad shooter.


From the PC Gaming Show, we have one of the most beautiful games of E3—it has a killer soundtrack, too.

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

From Software takes the Souls experience to Japan. It's a great time to be a samurai fan.

Command & Conquer: Rivals

E3 brings back the legendary RTS in mobile form. Purists will cringe but it looks like something to tear you away from AoV for a bit.


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