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Every Single Game Skipping E3 2019 -- The Last Of Us 2, Elder Scrolls 6, And More

E3 promises a number of big announcements, but these games won't be among them.

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adonisisfree1813d ago

Wow this is gonna be a shitty E3.. smh

Atom6661813d ago

Skull and Bones fan, are you?

Seriously though, a release date for TLOU2 would have been nice, but this list isn't that remarkable.

Cmv381813d ago

E3 no longer is the significant showcase it once was in the past. I don't want it to disappear, but I wouldn't be surprised if that happened. We'll see how it evolves through out next gen.

UltimateOne881813d ago

I love E3 and would hate to see it go. It is/was the Gamer's Superbowl. However, in this age of cloud streaming of games I really wish they would create a virtual E3 where Gamer's could stream show floor demos. That would be epic to be able to see and try games on the show floor without even attending. No lines as well!

Obscure_Observer1812d ago (Edited 1812d ago )

@Cmv38

"E3 no longer is the significant showcase it once was in the past."

Sony has nothing new to show at the momment and EA is licking their wounds. E3 has nothing to do with it. They´ll all be back in 2020

King_Noctis1812d ago

Just because a few companies/games don’t attend, that doesn’t mean the whole show is gonna collapse. Jesus.

anonymousfan1813d ago

This is a sad list... Any speculations on the date of the next state of play presentation?

AspiringProGenji1813d ago

No TLoU 2 is enough reason to not care about this E3

Obscure_Observer1812d ago

@AspiringProGenji

Lol! I know you´ll be watching Microsoft Press Conference hidden from the public eye.

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This Fan Just Turned Starfield Into Star Wars By Installing Over 100 Dedicated Mods

The YouTuber DeityVengy has transformed Starfield into an open-world Star Wars RPG, or The Mandalorian, with over a hundred mods.

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IGN Entertainment acquires Eurogamer, GI, VG247, Rock Paper Shotgun and more

IGN Entertainment has acquired the Gamer Network family of digital brands for an undisclosed sum. As a result of the acquisition, some redundancies have been made across the UK-based organisation.

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darthv721d 5h ago

Well this can only mean one thing... more job layoffs even in the publication industry.

Jin_Sakai1d 3h ago (Edited 1d 3h ago )

“Layoffs occuring“

Yep. IGN now has a monopoly in the gaming media.

“As a result of the acquisition, some redundancies have been made across the UK-based organisation.”

“Gamer Network's publications are GamesIndustry.biz, Eurogamer (including six local language editions), Rock Paper Shotgun, VG247 and Dicebreaker. The business also holds shares in Outside Xbox, Digital Foundry and Hookshot (which operates Nintendolife, PushSquare, PureXbox and Time Extension).”

“IGN Entertainment is the division of Ziff Davis that includes IGN, MapGenie, HowLongToBeat, and Humble Bundle. It has acquired the websites from PAX and New York Comic-Con organiser ReedPop, which initially bought the Gamer Network business in 2018.“

Jingsing1d 3h ago

When say IGN you mean Microsoft's chief propagandist.

VenomUK19h ago

Surprising news, also a little sad as the magazine era is over and the website era is slowly coming to an end. But it must be said that many of the bastards who work at these places have operated as a mafia to control opinion on not only what can be said about games, but who can be allowed to talk about them, and what can be allowed to feature in them or not. As said above, redundancies are coming, Eurogamer pays the highest salaries for a team of staff who for some their output is minimal. Eurogamer also campaigned against Hogwarts Legacy and refused to review it -, the site took a hit. PAX has probably thought to cut its losses. Some job layoffs? I know of some of these people and they took pride in excluding - I will shed no tears.

S2Killinit18h ago

This is good news for Microsoft. IGN is like their advertisement arm.