It’s been a stunning week of gaming reveals that we’re sure to be talking about for months to come, but OGN has somehow managed to pick out the cream of the crop. Here are the biggest announcements of E3 2019.
Bethesda teased fans by announcing a release date of April 2020 without any further clarification.
Keanu Reeves made it pretty clear that he’s willing to do anything if the money is right.
Fallout 76 will receive a new update that adds NPCs, players, and positive reviews.
Ubisoft is launching a subscription service for players who prefer to send them an envelope of cash every month instead of only when it releases games they want to play.
Nintendo confirmed Diddy Kong has evolved the capacity for human speech and has already learned The Lord’s Prayer.
At their streamed press conference, Microsoft announced that whoever drove a blue Honda with a license plate starting “G32,” it was blocking a hydrant.
A bunch of crap is coming to the Switch as usual.
Still no word about a possible sequel to Activision’s Shrek Smash n’ Crash Racing.