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Harry Potter, Star Wars, the 9 best videos seen at Summer Game Fest

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun8,2024

Far from the grandiloquent E3, the Summer Game Fest which took place à Los Angeles this Friday June 7 played the card of simplicity. Conference organizer and presenter Geoff Keighley warned:“There will be things announced, but it’s not a show with pre-titled titles. “seen for 2026 or 2027 or teasers for games expected in a very long time.” The event allows you to present titles expected at the event. through new explosive videos.

Harry Potter, Star Wars, the 9 best videos seen at Summer Game Fest


Mixture ofSekiro and Nioh, Phantom Blade Zerocame to an end newly revealed during the conference. This is the game that presenter Geoff Keighley chose to close the debates. No doubt because the S-Game title was the only one of the entire conference to be won. show its gameplay. Enough to realize the nervousness of its gameplay.


Four new Pals as well as a highly anticipated arena mode. This is what we expected from the new update; day of Palworld, the phenomenon with more than 25 million players. Today Sakurajima will therefore featurea new island, an arena, pals and servers dedicated to Xbox.


The iconic strategy game license unveils the release of its seventh opus. Civilization VII will be released in 2025 on PC and consoles. It's been no less than six years that players have been impatiently awaiting a sequel to the game. an acclaimed sixth opus by criticism. The teaser revealed makes you salivate in any case.


Already announced For months, the next episode of Dragon Ball now has a release date. Dragon Ball Sparking Zero will be released on October 11. Fans of Budokai Tenkaichi will be in heaven with a title that promises more than a hundred playable characters and a combat system that is more dynamic than ever. This explosive trailer is proof.


Black Myth Wukong has been very mysterious since its first trailer< /em> diffused more than four years ago. Since then, gameplay videos and other shortteasersserving touting the Unreal Engine 5 that the title embeds under its hood have stirred up curiosity; players. Particularly by its bestiary inspired by of Chinese mythology highly sought after and its boss fights more difficult than ever. At least on paper. The verdict will be on August 20 on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC. Pre-orders are now open.


We have a new part ofStar Wars: Outlaws, the game that Ubisoft is banking on. A very explosive trailer which combines phases of infiltration, shooter, combat with on board ships, speedster sequences, and some cutscenes. Nothing really new there; to get our teeth into, but Ubisoft once again wanted to impress us with the richness of its environments. Star Wars Outlaws will be available on August 30 on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC.


Very dark,this new cinematic of Dune Awakening reveals more about its story.Arrakis is more than ever at the center of a conflict, while the Fremen have disappeared. Thanks to With the release of Dune 2 by Denis Villeneuve, the survival MMO has acquired a certain hype on the gaming side. players, who will have to rise to move from survival to survival. domination in a gigantic open world. The title will be available on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC. a date not yet communicated.


To open the Summer Game Fest, Geoff Keighley made a big splash: the announcement of a new Lego game adapted to the game. of the Horizon license (Zero Dawn andForbidden West). We recognized Aloy, the robotic animals and her post-apocalyptic universe. All sprinkled with a good big dose of fun, characteristic of Lego games. 


After observing the that there would be no Quidditch inHogwarts Legacy(while the terrain is well modeled, as if to taunt us), we learned that it would not be part of 'an extension or a possible DLC. Eventually, the sport will be inducted into the world. independently. Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions will arrive on September 3, 2024 on PC and consoles, and will be playable solo or separately. several online.

What did you think? of this Summer Game Fest? Are you satisfied with the flood of announcements? Don't hesitate to share your opinion in comments.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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