E3 roundup

All the latest breaking announcements from the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2019.
17 July 2019

Interview with 

Alex Rhodes


A ps4 controller


Alex Rhodes takes us through the announcements from this year's E3...

Alex - Let's start with one of the biggest announcements Keanu Reeves of the matrix and all those Internet means fame is starring in a computer game as Johnny Silverhand in Cyberpunk 2077.

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Alex - It's similar in concept to dance acts but with more Keanu. So what's not to like. It's being released by the same developers as the hugely popular which are three come to PS4, Xbox and PC in April next year.

Gears of War 5 is coming soon, it's been announced for September 10th and it wouldn't be a Gears game without a few new modes... Hord anyone?. Two new modes have been announced. One called Escape and a competitive mode called Arcade.

Voiceover - All is lost. Everything except the need for revenge. This might look like a surrender. But it's not. It's a base.

Alex - There's also an upcoming crossover download pack with Terminator: Dark Fate, and a Gears film set in an alternate reality. The cogs will return but only if you have an Xbox or PC with Windows 10.

And what's next for Xbox? Well their new console Project Scarlett is coming soon. It's more powerful and for all you Master Chief fans it features Halo Infinite as a launch title.

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Alex - It'll have split screen multiplayer too so couch coop enthusiasts can rejoice. Halo Infinite is set for release during the holiday season of 2020.

And square Enix announce something the world's been waiting for a big budget Avengers video game. The slightly late title could bring to life some of the most beloved characters in cinema. Marvel's Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, the Incredible Hulk, and Thor.

Voiceover - They say never meet your heroes. I did, and it was awesome. Hello San Francisco.

Alex - There was only one problem The Video Game avatars looked nothing like the characters we've come to know and love over the last decade. And they didn't sound like them either. They were in fact completely different.


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