Video game fest E3 kicks off with ‘Starfield’, ‘Elden Ring’ teasers

A file photo of E3. The 2021 Electronic Entertainment Expo kicked off over the weekend with some big announcements from video game developers. — AFP Relaxnews

The annual video game trade show E3 kicked off this weekend with big announcements from Microsoft Corp, Ubisoft Entertainment SA, and Square Enix Inc.

The highlights included first looks at an upcoming Ubisoft game based on James Cameron’s Avatar movies and Starfield from Bethesda Softworks, which was purchased by Microsoft last fall for US$7.5bil (RM30.87bil). Starfield will be out on Nov 11, 2022 and will not be available on rival Sony Corp’s PlayStation consoles, Microsoft said.

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