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Every E3 Press Conference in Brief Bullet Points

Published on June 18, 2015 by in E3 2015


Greeting B-Team Listeners:

E3 is still in full swing but for most of us at home there isn’t much to do other than watch people play games we want ourselves.  Well as a result we bring you a bunch of coverage today (including tonight’s podcast) that focuses a bit more on what matters to you at home: news.  To watch every E3 press conference will take nearly a dozen hours and then you may have to wade through commentaries, but assuming you don’t want any of that we have compiled this list of everything that was announced with simple bullet points that include the info you need like name, price, release date, etc.  No interpretation, that’s for the podcast.  At the same time we won’t omit announcements just because we didn’t think it’s important.


  •  Doom: Gameplay shown, multiplayer, map editor included (even on consoles), releases 2016 (target Spring), no details on the beta announced, PS4/XB1/PC, full retail release ($59.99)
  • Elder Scrolls Online: Game is out on PC and consoles now, simply a reminder more content is coming
  • Elder Scrolls Legends: A fantasy card game (think Magic or Hearthstone) with Elder Scrolls characters, free-to-play, tablet demonstration (presumably iOS and Android)
  • Dishonored 2: new female protagonist, new powers that appeared to show tendrils for smoother movement (think The Darkness or Prototype), Spring 2016 target release, PS4/XB1/PC, full retail release ($59.99)
  • Dishonored Definitive Edition: The original Dishonored with all DLC and upgraded graphics for PS4/XB1, full retail release ($39.99), release date: 8/25/15
  • Fallout 4: A return to the Wasteland, this time in Boston.  Set 200 years after the initial fallout and you are the sole survivor of vault 111, release date: 11/10/15,  XB1/PS4/PC, full retail release ($59.99) – “PipBoy” Edition available for $119.99 (sold out most retailers online)
  • Fallout Shelter: This is a free-to-play iOS only simulator of running a vault and the citizens in it, available now
  • PipBoy App: Free app for iOS/Android that will emulate a PipBoy and work as you PipBoy in Fallout 4.  Releases with the game and fun to use with your PipBoy shell that comes in the “PipBoy” Edition of Fallout 4.


  • Halo 5: Drop-in/Drop-out co-op announced, multiplayer mode called Warzone shown off, release date: 10/27/15, Xbox One exclusive, retail release ($59.99/$99.99/$249.99)
  • Recore: From Keji Inafune (Mega Man, Mighty Number 9) and members of the Retro team (Metroid Prime) is a game about a girl who can transfer a core to different animal-like robots for her aid.  Xbox One exlcusive, Spring 2016, no word on release type
  • Backwards Compatibility With Xbox 360: Downloadable games will be downloaded from store, disc games downloaded after inserting disc, coming this winter (available now for Preview members), 100 games at launch (currently 21) with more coming later, supports achievements you haven’t already received and all Xbox One functionality.  Free.  We have a video of this working on the site.
  • Fallout 4: Xbox One will have PC mods allowed in it.
  • EA Access:  The service added TitanFall to its vault list (games that are free with membership) and Dragon Age Inquisition coming late in the summer.
  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2:  New iteration where you play as zombies, added single player mode, characters from first game carry over, 2016 release, XB1/PS4/PC, retail release ($59.99/$69.99)
  • Dark Souls 3 Trailer: No additional info, 2016 release
  • The Division: No additional info, see Ubisoft section
  • Rainbow Six Siege: Terrorist hunts announced at Ubisoft presser that supports 1-4 player co-op, release date: 10/13/15, beta on 9/24/15 announced at Ubisoft (pre-order or sign up), XB1/PS4/PC, XB1 version comes with Rainbow Six Vegas 1 & 2 (360 version, uses backwards compatbility), retail release ($59.99)
  • Massive Indie Showcase:  Too much to cover, just watch sizzle reel on YouTube if interested.
  • Xbox Preview: The ability to play and buy games that aren’t complete yet (think Early Access on Steam).  Available now to Dashboard Preview members in the store (see our video for where).
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider: more focus on tombs but looked a lot like the reboot, release date: 11/10/15, Xbox One and apparently 360, retail release ($59.99)
  • Rare Replay: 30 of Rare’s games spanning from the microcomputer days in the 80s, the NES, the N64, and the Xbox family, includes Battletoads, Perfect Dark Series, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, Viva Pinata Series, and more, release date: 8/4/2015, Xbox One Exclusive, retail release ($29.99)
  • Sea of Thieves: New pirate game from Rare, no other info released
  • Fable Legends: free-to-play, cross platform, 2015 release date, Windows 10/XB1
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Natively Supports Oculus and Valve VR
  • Gears of War Ultimate Edition: original game boosted to 1080p/60fps with additional content, release date: 8/25/2015, Windows 10 version announced alongside XB1, retail release ($39.99)
  • Gears 4: changes up feel to more like the first game, holiday 2016 target release


  • Mass Effect: Andromeda: teaser with art, no other info announced
  • The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire: New campaign focused on single or multiplayer, release date: 10/27/2015, free to subscribers (no price announce for non-subscribers, may require subscription)
  • Unravel: yarn cat indie game, no release date, XB1/PS4/PC, digital release ($20 on EA’s site for PC so far)
  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2: see above with Xbox for release details
  • EA Sports Showcase: no release dates or prices announced due to annulaization
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst: open world, free form, release date: 02/23/2016, PS4/XB1/PC, retail release ($59.99)
  • Madden: no info revealed, features that appeared already present, fantasy football app announced
  • Star Wars Battlefront: showed off a horde mode, release date: 11/17/2015, PS4/XB1/PC, retail release ($59.99)


  • South Park: Fractured but Whole: New game from Parker & Stone (creators), admit to being harsh on development of last game but have new developer (Ubisoft San Francisco), no release info given
  • For Honor: A presumably new battle game that looked to have hack-and-slash mechanics, one-on-one PvP fighting, NPCs for fodder, and the selection of samurai/knight/viking for players, 4-on-4, no release info or beta info given but it was playable on the floor so videos probably exist now
  • The Crew: Wild Run: Content pack for the popular game, release date: 11/17/2015, requires the game on PS4/XB1/PC and is downloadable content, is not part of season pass, no price announced
  • Trials Fusion: Awesome Level Max: Content pack for Trials Fusion, release date: 7/14/2015, requires Trials Fusion but may get bundled release, no pricing announced
  • The Division: described as online, open world, co-op RPG, new demo looked like old demo, release date: 3/08/2016, XB1/PS4/PC, retail release ($59.99)
  • Anno 2205: no info at presser but apparently PC only (on steam now), November 2015 release date, $59.99/$79.99
  • Just Dance 2016: Now with streaming on PS4/XB1/PC, release date: 10/20/2015, retail release ($49.99)
  • Rainbow Six Siege: All info in Xbox area above
  • Track Mania Turbo: Track Mania on consoles, release date: 11/26/2015, XB1/PC/PS4, release price $39.99
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: all gameplay didn’t look like it was being controlled, release date: 10/23/2015, XB1/PS4/PC, retail release ($59.99, $79.99)
  • Ghost Recon: Wildlands: Announcement teaser, some gameplay shown off, looks like co-op open world game, no other details announced (it’s a year or two away)


  • The Last Guardian: it does exist, demo shown, releases in 2016, PS4 exclusive, price will be $59.99
  • Horizon: Zero Dawn: Newest game from Guerilla (killzone) that offers an open world with robotic animals, lush environments, primitive beings after mass extinction, no release date or pricing announced, PS4 exclusive
  • Hitman: open world, schedule based contracts, most returning modes, release date: 12/08/2015 digitally/2016 release at retail, PS4/XB1/PC, $59.99
  • Street Fighter V: 7/21/15 starts the open beta, no release date announced (2016 target), PS4/PC, $59.99 price point
  • No Man’s Sky: No release date yet but he said it’s coming soon, release info/consoles/price unknown but believed to be PS4/PC timed exclusive at $59.99
  • Dreams: Media Molecule (LittleBigPlanet/Tearaway) next title, PS4 exclusive, no release data announced
  • Firewatch: no new info
  • Destiny: The Taken King: New expansion available on PS4/XB1, release date: 9/15/2015, digital price $39.99 (may require Destiny)/retail: $59.99 (“Legendary Edition” that includes Destiny and all other content packs with The Taken King)
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: See Ubisoft above
  • Final Fantasy VII Remaster:  Only announced, more details this winter
  • World Of Final Fantasy: PS4/Vita online game with chibi or SD (super deformed) style of graphics, 2015 target release, $39.99 (vita)/$59.99 (PS4)
  • Shenmue III: Kickstarter project, not a Sony title, already funded but 28 more days to pitch in and get the reward, Sony helping fund it, target 2017 release, $29 gets you digital version on PS4/PC, $60 gets you tangible copy of game in box and it’s PC only
  • Morpheus: no new info
  • Playstation Vue: cable channels coming a la carte this summer
  • Playstation Media Hub in PS4
  • Call of Duty Black Ops 3: Sony is the new home for early map packs starting this year, release date: 11/6/2015, PS4/XB1/PC, retail release $59.99
  • Sizzle Reel
  • Until Dawn: release date was announced as 8/11/15 but retailers saying 8/25/15, horror game from Sony, PS4 exclusive, $59.99
  • Disney Infinity 3.0: Will be compatible with 2.0 packs, features Star Wars characters, PS4 exclusive packs announced, PS3/360/Wii/Wii U/PS4/XB1/PC, $64.99 starter pack, other pricing varies
  • Star Wars Battlefront: See EA above
  • Uncharted 4: Another gameplay demo that shows it’s sure an Uncharted game, PS4 exclusive, $59.99, no release date announced (target 2016)


  • Star Fox Zero: not a prequel, demos shown off, release date: 2015, Wii U exclusive, $59.99
  • Super Mario Maker: makes Mario games in the form of SMB, SMB 3, SM World, and NSMB, Wii U exclusive, $59.99, target 2015 launch
  • Amiibos/Skylanders hybrid: Puts amiibos in Skylanders but does have a switch to make them amiibos too.  No release date or price announced.
  • Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes: 3-player online co-op Zelda title for 3DS, target 2015 release, $39.99
  • Hyrule Warriors Legends: Hyrule Warriors for 3DS (with compromises and additional content), early 2016 release, $39.99
  • Metroid Prime: Federation Force: 4 player co-op 3DS game in the Prime universe, no release date, $39.99
  • Fire Emblem Fates: New Fire Emblem game that was only announced for Japan is coming to US.  No word on the 3 versions available separately in Japan and if that’s the case here, target 2016, 3DS exclusive, $39.99
  • FE: a crazy anime game that is unclear as to what it is save for lots of dress up and j-pop, 2016 release, 3DS, $39.99
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X: The sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii comes to Wii U, release date: 12/04/2015, $59.99
  • Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer: 3DS house building sim in Animal Crossing universe, not an Animal Crossing title, release date: 9/25/2015, 3DS exclusive, $39.99
  • Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival: this is a new Wii U title in Animal Crossing that is coming in holiday 2015 to coincide with Animal Crossing amiibos releasing at same time, no word on release, pricing, or what it is
  • Yoshi’s Woolly World: yarn-based Yoshi game, release date: 10/16/2015, Wii U exclusive, amiibo available around release, $49.99
  • Yokai Watch: Pokemon-esque collecting/battling RPG set in the universe of the popular Japanese television show, developed by Level 5 and already a smash hit in Japan it’s coming over here holiday 2015, 3DS exclusive, $39.99
  • Mario & Luigi Paper Jam: Papercraft hybrid of Mario & Luigi and Paper Mario, target 2016 release, 3DS exclusive, $39.99
  • Mario Tennis Ultra Smash: next Mario Tennis game, now with growing giant characters, holiday 2015 release, Wii U exclusive, $59.99

Square Enix

  • Just Cause 3: looks like a crazy action film come to life, new Saint’s Row-esque, release date: 12/01/2015, XB1/PC/PS4, $59.99
  • Nier Sequel: unnamed, developed by Platinum Games, more info in the fall, PS4 exclusive, no word on release date as development just started (2017?)
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider: See Xbox above
  • Lara Croft Go: Next mobile push from the team that did Hitman Go, release date and platforms (not to mention price) have not been announced
  • Sizzle Reel 1
  • Kingdom Hearts Unchained:  This mobile port of the Japan-only browser game Kingdom Hearts X tells the tale of the origins of the series, iOS and Android, no release date or price announced
  • Kingdom Hearts III: Gameplay shown off, looks par for the course, no release date announced, XB1/PS4/PC, $59.99
  • World of Final Fantasy: See Sony presser above
  • Hitman: See Sony presser above
  • Sizzle Reel II
  • Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness: Next Star Ocean game we knew was coming to Japan and now announced for the West, PS4 exclusive, 2016 target release (it’ll be out in Japan this holiday), $59.99
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided: Next Jenson story deals with him being a mercenary in a nicer part of town, more augmentations, same gameplay style, target release early 2016, XB1/PS4/PC, $59.99
  • Final Fantasy Portal: Mobile encyclopedia of Final Fantasy, free, already in Japanese now coming to English mobile phones, no word on release date
  • New Studio announced, Tokyo RPG Factory, and new game Project Setsuna: Almost nothing is known except that they are making a game with a target 2016 launch date I doubt it will make

That’s it for what you may have missed!  Don’t forget to check out the podcast live tonight at 9pm Eastern on allgames.com or download episode 317 at your convenience!

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