Christmas comes early for gamers as FIVE big trailers are dropped this week
They include new games set within the worlds of Avatar and Guardians of the Galaxy.
It was only a few days ago when we caught up on all of the new game trailers released out of Summer Fest, but with E3 happening (basically the biggest gaming event in the gamer's calendar year), there was even more new stuff to wrap our eyes and minds around.
So let us get right into it!
Set hundreds of years in the future, across the vast expanse of space, the new RPG from the folks behind Fallout and The Elder Scrolls is maybe the most anticipated next-gen game at the moment.
But we've got quite a while to wait, as it will land on Xbox Series X/S and PC on 11 November 2022.
Clip via Bethesda
MARVEL'S GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
The last game entry into the world of Marvel wasn't well received, but we're hopeful that some lessons were learned from that one, and to be honest, this Guardians of the Galaxy game looks like a lot of fun. But remember, it is based on the comics, not the movies, so don't be asking "Hey! Why doesn't that guy look like Chris Pratt?"
It will arrive on PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One and PC on 26 October this year.
Clip via Square Enix
After being delayed from November 2020 as a launch title for the Xbox Series X/S, the game was pushed back both due to the pandemic, and also a muted reaction to that first trailer way back when. This updated look, complete with our first glimpse at the multiplayer, gives us more reason to be excited.
There's no set-in-stone release date just yet, but expect to be playing it before Christmas.
Clip via Halo
The makers of Dishonoured and Prey have a multi-player vampire shooter arriving on Xbox Series X and PC in Summer 2022. In a world where most of these shooters are usually taking aim at zombies, it is nice to switch up the creature in your sights every now and again.
Clip via Bethesda
AVATAR: FRONTIERS OF PANDORA
In a bit of a surprise announcement, Ubisoft revealed they've got a first-person game set within the world of Avatar, but not exactly following on directly from the plot of the original movie (or the eternally delayed sequel).
It is currently scheduled to arrive on PS5, Xbox Series X, Stadia and PC some time in 2022.
Clip via Ubisoft