Koch Media Prime Time and IGN Expo: all the most interesting announcements

Koch Media Prime Time and IGN Expo: all the most interesting announcements

Koch Media Prime Time and IGN Expo

In anticipation of the major events of E3, starting today 12 June, we have already been able to attend certain digital conferences such as Guerrilla Collective and Indie Live Expo (to name a few). Well, some announcements did not make us cry a miracle, others did not particularly attract our interest, while some even thrilled us.

Last night it was the turn of Koch Media Prime Time and IGN Expo, held respectively at 21:00 and 22:00 Italian. Below you will find the summary of the most interesting announcements.

Koch Media Prime Time

The Koch Media Prime Time conference was not particularly rich in content, indeed, we can say that we have seen very little. Suffice it to say that we were able to see the first trailer after a good twenty-three minutes precisely, however even the latter has vanished like sand in the wind. One of the biggest problems is believing that you can entertain the viewer with interviews and conversations of various kinds. It is a predominantly right facet, but which should be dosed in a rational way so as to give space to what really matters, namely the contents. Anyway, these are the announced games:

Codename Final Form

The curtain has opened (finally, we would add) on a seemingly interesting game. The protagonist is a cyborg with specific abilities, with a gameplay that is shaped around a classic shooter. The contents shown, however, were very few. This is a game still under development, so we don't know the release date yet. We will update you as soon as we have more information about it, but in the meantime we inform you that Codename Final Form will be released for console and PC.

Watch on YouTube. Dolmen

The second trailer threw us directly into a gloomy setting, full of cosmic horrors with a purely sci-fi essence. During the event we could not help but notice a Doom soundtrack, very welcome. All this surrounded by the presence of disturbing enemies that are not very reassuring, in an action RPG with a horror component. We haven't seen any gameplay yet, unfortunately, but we know the title will be released later this year.

Watch on YouTube. King's Bounty II

The third trailer alternates the beautiful shades of nature and typically medieval landscapes with a terrifying world threatened by magic, a thirst for power and monsters of all kinds. Living and furious skeletons are ready to fire lethal arrows as hideous monsters open their jaws to tear apart anyone who comes within range. In short, the conditions are rather full of darkness, but we do not yet know how all this can be shaped around the gameplay. The game, however, will be available from August 24, 2021 for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Watch on YouTube. Scars Above

The most interesting content features a mysterious woman in a world threatened by monstrous entities. The interface, as well as the setting itself, reminded us a lot of Death Stranding. Apparently it will be possible to take advantage of a crafting system, and the arsenal will visibly consist of several tools unknown to us, for now. The protagonist will be able to slash but also kill monsters with truly lethal and spectacular weapons. Life and stamina will mark the game experience, but we await more details on this.

Watch on YouTube. Encased: C.R.O.N.U.S.

A sci-fi RPG will throw you into a game in which it will be essential to choose the right strategy. You can buy it starting this fall on Steam and GOG.

Watch on YouTube. Payday 3

To conclude this event, alas, rather skimpy was Payday 3. Starbreeze Studios is in fact working on the third chapter, consequently we have not been able to see much content.

Watch on YouTube . Painkiller, The Chant, Echoes of the End and the arrival of Kingdom Come Deliverance on Nintendo Switch were also announced during the course of the event.


This event probably took place. revealed much more rewarding than the previous one. Well, in this case there was very little talk, in fact we were able to witness a roundup of announcements, trailers and gameplay. Below you will find the games we found most interesting:

Mortal Shell The Virtuous Cycle DLC

A very short trailer introduced the next expansion of Mortal Shell. Among the various innovations, an arsenal with different functionalities could take over. The DLC, however, will be available for PlayStation 4/5, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PC, but no release date has been released yet.

Watch on YouTube. Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One

The Frogwares game has shown itself in a cinematic that perfectly encapsulates the narrative core of this new title. The brilliant detective is in fact present in a rather intimate and personal story, but there will be unpublished news. Having already tried the demo, we were able to talk about it in this preview.

Watch on YouTube. SIFU

The highly anticipated action game, which makes Kung Fu the cornerstone of the gameplay, has been shown in a new trailer. This video is focused solely on combat, strictly in third person. We remind you that SIFU will be available for PlayStation 4/5 and PC.

Watch on YouTube. OlliOlli World

The colorful world of Radlandia meets the most flamboyant skateboarders ever. The game will be released this winter on all platforms.

Watch on YouTube. World War Z: Aftermath

Several new features will be included in this title, starting with the new settings in which our capital is also present. The gameplay will also include a new close-combat system, a first-person mode, cross-play support and 4K 60 fps performance for next-generation consoles. The release is scheduled for the end of 2021 on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC.

Watch on YouTube. Bramble: The Mountain King

A new and disturbing adventure is making its way into the gaming world. To date, only the trailer has been released, but we're really curious to see how the gameplay will be structured. The game will be available in 2022.

Watch on YouTube. Unpacking

A very delightful puzzle game to watch, in which we will have to get rid of some boxes and restore the order of our new home. Definitely a simple and carefree experience that you can live on PC and Nintendo Switch. As of today we don't know the release date yet.

Watch on YouTube. The Forgotten City

This new title is strictly inspired by a legendary Skyrim mod, and makes mystery its thematic pivot. You can buy it next July 28 for all platforms.

Watch on YouTube. Disciples: Liberation

More than 270 missions and 80 hours of gameplay await you in this strategic RPG. The game will be available soon on PC, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X.

Watch on YouTube. Splitgate

The hybrid between Halo and Portal meets a new shooter completely free. The title will also be cross-play and cross-gen and will include more than twenty maps and ten modes. You can try it from July 27 on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC.

Watch on YouTube. Inkulinati

This strategic game immediately attracted our interest in being structured on a medieval manuscript. You will fight by drawing and defeating beasts with living ink; a rather original and interesting interactive system. As of today we don't know the release date, but we know that the game will be available on PC.

Watch on YouTube. AudioClash: Battle of the Bands

From The Living Tombstone comes a free title in which you have to lead your band to success. Are you ready to climb the leaderboards?

Watch on YouTube. Blacktail

A disturbing adventure, experienced by a young Baba Yaga, turns into a game focused on choices. The gameplay seems to be focusing on bow and arrow combat among other things.

Watch on YouTube. Death's Gambit: Afterlife

New weapons, upgrades and abilities await you in this DLC available on Nintendo Switch. We remind you that Death's Gambit is a 2D platformer with RPG elements, released in 2018.

Watch on YouTube. Steelrising

The new action RPG will focus on the exploration of Paris in the middle of the French Revolution. The game will be available for PlayStation 5, PC and Xbox Series X / S.

Watch on YouTube. Broken Pieces

The new psychological thriller will throw us into an adrenaline and mysterious adventure. The protagonist is found in a coastal village in France, apparently frozen in time. To date we do not know any further details on this, but we do know that the game will be available in 2022 for PC, PS4 / 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.

Watch on YouTube. Martha is Dead

A woman is mysteriously found drowned and her twin sister, from that moment on, sadly has to face the terrible trauma of losing her. It is certainly a disturbing, mysterious and at times terrifying story, available on PC and PlayStation 4/5.

Haunted Space

The sci-fi setting meets the essence of horror in a title based on exploration and space combat. The release date has not yet been revealed, but we know that the game will be available on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S.

Watch on YouTube. Chernobylite

The survival horror RPG showed itself with a gameplay trailer. Apparently Chernobylite will give you the opportunity to explore in total freedom, but it will also allow you to take advantage of crafting systems to prepare for merciless combat. The game will be available from July on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Watch on YouTube. Arboria

In this title, already available in early access on Steam, you will play the role of a warrior Troll ready to do anything to save his tribe. You will then challenge terrible monsters in merciless third-person combat. The full version of the game will be released later this year.

Watch on YouTube. Continue to follow us on eurogamer.it to stay updated on all the news regarding E3 2021.

Powered by Blogger.