Top E3 Games Coming Out In 2017

While there’s a lot of exciting games coming in 2018, there’s still plenty set for this year. To help you keep track of what’s coming out next year, we’ve compiled all the biggest games expected to launch after 2017.

 

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy by Vicarious Visions, Activision – June 30th

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remasters all three of the original games for the PlayStation 4Vicarious Visions said it’s making changes to make this version of the series more appealing to modern players. So while the N. Sane Trilogy is a remaster, it will also present the games in a whole new light. The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy collection includes the first three Crash games: Crash BandicootCrash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped.

Platform: PS4

 

Tacoma by Fullbright – August 2nd

Part of Microsoft’s amazing indie lineup. Tacoma is all about sci-fi exploration and is appropriately mysterious given its development pedigree. In the game, the player explores an abandoned space station to discover why its crew disappeared. Using an AI partner and an augmented reality system, the player uncovers video and audio records and experiencing past events from different perspectives to unravel the mystery.

Platform: Xbox One, PC

 

Agents of Mayhem by Volition, Deep Silver – August 15th

Agents of Mayhem is an upcoming open world action-adventure video game set in the Saints Row universe. you run a no-holds-barred operation against a shadowy super-villain organization known only as Legion and their mysterious leader, the Morningstar. On the surface, Volition Entertainment‘s next open-world action game looks like a major departure from its past work on Saints Row; but at its heart, it’s still all about causing as much chaos as possible with a colorful group of characters.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

Life Is Strange: Before The Storm by Dontnod Entertainment – August 31st

One of the best episodic adventure games of the last ten years, Life Is Strange, is getting a somewhat surprising prequel. Life is Strange: Before The Sotrm is a three-part episodic prequel,  is set three years prior to the events of Life is Strange: Season One. This prequel puts players in the Chuck Taylor’s of Chloe, the angsty best friend from the first series, as she bonds with Rachel Amber, a girl who later goes missing.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

Destiny 2 by Bungie, Activision – September 6th

Destiny 2 is set to be one of the biggest games of the year, building on the ideas and universe established in Bungie‘s online console shooter that debuted back in 2014. Destiny’s safe haven the Tower is now under attack and this new beginning marks the end of safety that one felt in the original adventure.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite by Capcom – September 19th

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite unveiled a brand new host of characters while showing off what looked like more footage from the game’s story mode. The story mode detailed a handful of characters meeting at Stark Tower to end the threat brought on by Ultron-Sigma. A handful of uneasy alliances look like they’ll be made to take down this game’s villain in the story mode.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

The Evil Within 2 by Tango Gameworks, Bethesda Softworks – October 13th

The Evil Within 2 is a sequel to the 2014 horror game and is being developed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami‘s studio. The lengthy debut trailer for the survival horror game, which goes heavy on the voiceover. That only contributes to its spooky vibe, however — the trailer doesn’t shy away from all kinds of horrors, like burning villages, pitch-black forests, and lots and lots of dead bodies.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

South Park: The Fractured But Whole by Ubisoft – October 17th

South Park has a special talent for satirising current events and trends. So it’s no surprise that this latest game is focused on gently mocking Hollywood’s obsession with superheroes and super-teams. The forever-young children of South Park are at war, all dressed up as their favourite characters. This RPG will have 12 classes to choose from, and as the new kid you’ll get to pick a side in the conflict and a gender. Farts are making a comeback too.

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

Assassin’s Creed Origins by Ubisoft – October 27th

Assassin’s Creed: Origins is a prequel to the long-running action-adventure series. It’s set in Egypt and puts you in control of Bayek, the last Medjay, an Egyptian sheriff tasked with protecting the people from threats local and foreign. Assassin’s Creed Origins looks like it’s going to do a lot to change up a formula that has, by all accounts, gotten pretty stale. It’s embracing action RPG elements, sprawling open maps, and more free-form action than ever before, but it’s also getting something that hasn’t been a focus for the series in years: boss fights.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

Call of Duty: WWII by Activision – November 3rd

Call of Duty is taking players back to WW2 in a “return to its roots.” All of the footage in the game’s trailer was heavily focused on iconic WW2 imagery with plenty of plane and tank-warfare, beach landings, brutal combat and a distinctly Band of Brothers feel. Players will take control of a 19-year-old soldier from Texas called Red Daniels who’s fighting on the front lines along with his squadmates in the 1st Infantry Division.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC

 

Super Lucky’s Tale by Playful Corp. – November 7th

Part of Microsoft’s amazing indie lineup. Super Lucky’s Tale is the sequel to the Oculus VR platformer. A delightful, playground platformer for all ages that follows Lucky, the ever-optimistic and lovable hero, on his quest to find his inner strength and help his beloved sister rescue the Book of Ages from the nefarious Jinx. Head back to the era of classic platformers with challenges players of all skill levels and all ages can enjoy.

Platform: Xbox One, PC

 

Crackdown 3 by Reagent Games, Microsoft Studios – November 7th

Crackdown 3 tosses players into a world of delightful chaos, superhero strength, and guns that shoot black holes. In the Crackdown games, you play as a powerful member of the Agency, a crime enforcement bureau with super-powered agents who can leap over buildings, toss cars across rivers, and hit enemies with hyper-powered marksmanship. The footage is dense with explosives, heavy weapons, and robots, all rendered in the series’s neon art style. Terry Crews also makes a guest appearance. Because why not.

Platform: Xbox One, PC

 

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom by Level-5 – November 10th

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is the long-awaited sequel of 2010’s Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. The protagonist is a young king named Evan ousted from his position by his subjects — he was perceived as “too nice” for the job. He joins a middle-aged leader from the real world (transported to the fantasy realm like the protagonist in the last game) on a quest to find himself and become more of a true leader.

Platform: PS4, PC

 

Star Wars Battlefront II by DICE, Electronic Arts – November 17th

One of the most anticipated sequels in history is nearly here and looks to be packed with everything the first game lacked. Whilst the first game was set purely during the Original Trilogy period, the sequel will span all three Star Wars eras which pretty makes it one of the most desired games in the world right now.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC