Uncharted 4, a new Tom Clancy game, t-shirt grenade launchers from Activision, and…. Kanye West?
That’s right, Kanye bogarted his way in front of others to get his shot at Halo 5: Guardians, and also tried out the Hololens, Cuphead (I’ll explain more about this extremely dope game below), and Uncharted 4. He even took a few photos with some of the people working there, posing with Rich Taylor, Senior VP of Communications and Industry Affairs for the Entertainment Software Division that is responsible for E3.
— Rich Taylor (@RichatESA) June 17, 2015
Here are the highlights from the stage presentations at E3 2015 on June 17:
But that’s not all:
- Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture made its debut (see the trailer here). This completely open world game is set in 1984 in the aftermath of a devastating global disaster and allows the player to complete nonlinear quests and find out more about the story as they progress along the game, while keeping as close to what reality was in 1984 England as possible. The game will be released on August 11, 2015, for PS4.
- Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition will be released this fall, upgraded with new skills, controller support, camera views, and split-screen game play and new quests. Check out the trailer here.
- Lego Dimensions, presented as holding true to the LEGO video game franchise, will allow players to build LEGO creations with the toy pad to see it manifest in the game. Check out this funny trailer for the game that will be released for PS4, XBOX One, Wii U, 360, and PS3 on September 27.
- Chaos theory is the main theme in Until Dawn, an interactive horror game where every choice you make affects the outcome of the game with no path being identical – almost like the scary novels of our childhood where we chose our own endings. Until Dawn will debut in Fall 2015 but you can see the trailer here.