The 7 biggest announcements from the third day of E3 2018

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E3 2018 is here, and the game announcements have been fast and furious.

E3 is the biggest gaming convention of the year, where the top gaming companies from around the world showcase what’s coming for popular game consoles like the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.

Though several big companies including Microsoft and Bethesda made waves over the weekend, the announcements on Monday were similarly huge. We finally got to see the big press conferences from Sony PlayStation, Ubisoft, and Square Enix, to get a glimpse at what’s coming down the pipe from these top-tier publishers.

If you didn’t catch all of the pressers, or if you just want a refresher on the highlights, here are the 7 biggest announcements from the third day of E3 2018:

Sony kicked off its big press conference with one of its most anticipated games: “The Last Of Us II” — and fans went wild for it.

It’s been two years since fans were treated to a very bloody demo of “The Last Of Us II,” the sequel to the critically-acclaimed game from Naughty Dog, the developer behind the gorgeous “Uncharted” games.

At Sony’s E3 presser on Monday night, an all-new trailer introduced us to new characters, plenty of action, and a surprising amount of emotion, too. From a technical standpoint — from the facial animations to the way enemies track you and interact with each other — it looks like Naughty Dog’s once again created one of the most realistic-looking video games we’ve ever seen.

Don’t miss the new trailer for “The Last Of Us II,” which Sony debuted last night:

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“Ghosts of Tsushima” is the open-world samurai game you’ve always wanted.

The second big announcement from Sony’s E3 press conference was “Ghosts of Tsushima,” which featured samurai, gorgeous scenery, and sword fights that looked straight out of a movie. This will satisfy your inner urge to travel back in time to feudal Japan (looking at you, fans of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time”).

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Source:: Business Insider – Tech

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