The dust has just settled on the Future Games Show Powered by WD_Black, but if you couldn’t catch it live, don’t fret. We’ve collected all of the critical information for you to dig into right here. So make sure to read on if you want the rundown on every trailer, world premiere, and release date revealed during the show.
The Future Game Show at E3 2021 kicked off with the world premiere of Instinction, a single-player and co-op dinosaur slaying game. You’ll solve puzzles and explore lush environments while hunting and hiding from a variety of prehistoric pests. It’s expected in 2022, so there’s plenty of time to prepare.
Grow: Song of the Evertree
After Instinction, we heard from Prideful Sloth about Grow: Song of the Evertree, a vivid sandbox where players must plant, nurture and explore unique worlds. Soundtracked by the maestro behind Florence and featuring life sim and adventure elements, Grow is coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2021.
Jurassic World Evolution 2
We couldn’t get enough of the prehistoric beasts in the show’s opening, as Rich Newbold from Frontier Developments walked us through a Species Field Guide for Jurassic World Evolution 2. The game is launching on PC, PS5, PS5, and Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One in 2021.
The Virtual Show Floor
New to the show for 2021, we built a Virtual Show Floor and asked our hosts to give viewers the grand tour. This section offered a short glimpse at several games with immediately available demos from the Future Games Show Steam hub. Here’s the lowdown on what was shown: A Tale of Paper: This platformer is led by a teensy transforming paper protagonist who must fold to survive in hazardous environments.
Get Packed Fully Loaded: A souped-up version of the co-op removals simulator, Get Packed Fully Loaded is coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.
Gatewalkers: Take on procedurally generated worlds with your friends in Gatewalkers, a co-op action RPG with unique survival elements.
Gamedec: Embody a cyberpunk detective and close cases inside of isometric virtual realities in Gamedec, from Anshar Studios.
Backbone: Set in dystopian Vancouver, Backbone puts you in the shoes of Howard Lotor, a raccoon detective in a bustling pixel art world.
Beacon Pines: A charming adventure full of critters, Beacon Pines lets you alter the game’s mysterious narrative with collectable charmed words.
Trifox: A horde brawler with a retro 3D art style, Trifox is all about mixing and matching between foxy combat classes to surpass challenges and upgrade your build.
Timberborn: Described as ‘Lumberpunk’, this beaver-based city-builder is all about crafting a post-human society worthy of the dam-building rodents.
The Riftbreaker: A cross between a base-building tower-defence game and a hack-and-slash action RPG, The Riftbreaker is a gorgeous-looking genre hybrid.
Esports Boxing Club After the Virtual Show Floor concluded, Steel City Interactive gave us an in-depth look at Esports Boxing Club, providing details about the game’s movement system and next-gen visuals. The game is coming later in 2021 and will feature over 200 fighters, including the legendary Muhammad Ali.
Hell Let Loose Max Rea from Black Matter talked us through the studio’s hardcore 100-player World War 2 shooter Hell Let Loose. With a real-time strategy metagame and authentic battlefields to fight through, those interested will be pleased to learn that the game is launching out of early access on July 27 and coming to PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S in 2021.
Red Solstice 2: Survivors Eight player co-op XCOM is an excellent way to sum up Red Solstice 2 Survivors, which follows a task force trying to save Earth from a rampaging mutant invasion. It was revealed during the show that the game will be launching on June 17 on PC, so make sure you get some friends together to take on the swarm.
Dylan from Gamious presented Lake, a game about leaving your city life to work for the postal service in a vibrant lakeside town. Quaint, eh? It’s coming to PC and Xbox on September 1. Eldest Souls
A story trailer for this intriguing soulslike came next, as we got to grips with the narrative that powers Eldest Souls. This stunning pixel art action-adventure is coming to PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One on July 29th.
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