E3 may be considered a console show, but most of the blockbusters announced are coming to PCs, too. We've sifted through the major events to find the most noteworthy new games.
Dying Light 2 adds deeper storytelling and branching player choices on top of the original's superb parkour-infused gameplay.
Cybershoes are like a VR treadmill, but without the treadmill. Or the standing.
Rage 2 is for people want to set the world on fire, and then light the ashes on fire afterward.
Dozens and dozens of games were revealed at E3 2018. These ones were the best.
Destiny gets praise for its gameplay feel, but Anthem's mechs handle even better. BioWare's vaunted storytelling was a no-show in Anthem's E3 2018 demo, though.
At E3 2018, Nvidia showed off the RTX technology coming to future GeForce cards that will let real-time ray tracing become viable.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a versatile device for people with limited mobility.
Hitman 2's first level delivers the same disguises and improvised weapons that made its predecessor such a joy.
Scuf Gaming was building controllers for enthusiasts long before the Xbox One Elite arrived. We go hands on with the Scuf Impact Turf and Scuf Forza Elite gamepads.
Mere months after introducing the Romer-G Linear, Logitech's unleashing another new keyboard switch. The GX Blue is designed to battle the beloved Cherry MX Blue.
Metro Exodus is incredibly ambitious, and way larger than we ever imagined.
Cyberpunk 2077, a first-person RPG by the studio behind The Witcher, achieves feats we didn't know were possible yet.
The Division 2's E3 demo shows a beautiful recreation of a lost Washington D.C., but not much else.
Ancient Greece changes depending on your actions in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey.
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