IO Interactive announced Hitman 2 leading up to E3—complete with racecar assassinations and a new co-op mode—but during the PC Gaming Show, it revealed a new gameplay trailer teasing the sequel’s Miami level.
We got to play Hitman 2’s Miami level at E3 2018. Here’s the full gameplay footage of our demo, complete with us dressing up as a pink flamingo and knocking people out with frozen fish.
Destiny 2 didn’t show up until Sony’s press conference on Monday—although Bungie did hold its own event last week to reveal this fall’s huge Forsaken expansion. The story-heavy trailer showed Prince Uldren of the Reef shooting fan favorite Cayde-6 stone cold dead (though this is Destiny, so who knows if he’ll stay dead). Whoa. After Uldren’s disappearance in the first game, lore nerds speculated that he wound up in charge of the Fallen, and Forsaken has you tracking down Fallen barons in The Reef.
But there’s also the new PvP/PvE hybrid “Gambit” mode coming in the September expansion, plus a complete rework of the weapon loadout system. We went hands-on with Destiny 2’s Gambit at E3. Check out the direct gameplay footage we captured at the demo below, and read the full article for deeper impressions.
Devil May Cry 5
Devil May Cry 5 looks like it blends the reworked Dante of DmC into the mainline Devil May Cry universe. We’ll have to see how it goes—and which game it handles like.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Square Enix teased Shadow of the Tomb Raider yet again at E3 after holding a dedicated reveal event for the game back in April. The story trailer unveiled during Microsoft’s Xbox press conference mostly rehashed the story that was introduced in those earlier previews.
During Square Enix’s E3 showcase, the publisher followed that up with an extended video of some actual gameplay.
Just Cause 4
So far, Just Cause 4 looks like more Just Cause—the appropriately over-the-top trailer ends with Rico driving a motorcycle into a tornado? We’re extremely okay with that.
A separate trailer took at deeper look at what you’ll find in the world around Rico.
Finally, here’s one for you graphics nerds.
Warframe: The Sacrifice
Digital Extremes teased its next Warframe big story expansion, called The Sacrifice, during the PC Gaming Show. The trailer didn’t show much, but it did show the long-awaited Umbra armor set.
Crackdown 3 made yet another E3 appearance since it’s been delayed (yet again) into February 2019. There wasn’t much new shown in the trailer but fingers crossed this game stays true to the series’ ridiculous spirit when (if) it comes out.
A stand-alone expansion to the superb Wolfenstein II, Youngblood stars BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters. And yes, since they’re twins, the entire campaign can be played co-op with a friend. Oh yes. Look for it in 2019, along with a mysterious VR entry called Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot.
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