"The two most prominent examples are brief teasers from Halo Infinite-presumably Halo 6-and an even shorter teaser for Elder Scrolls 6 at Bethesda's "#BE3" showcase. In fact, we've seen the same trailer across quite a few press conferences already.
The game might have been delayed to late January 2019 but that doesn't mean Square Enix has nothing to show at E3 2018 when it comes to Kingdom Hearts 3 though. It started off with a live action trailer of character walking into an alley, ready to beat some fools. There was also nothing about the unnamed The Avengers game, despite E3 2018 being the ideal opportunity to share details after the hype surrounding The Avengers: Infinity War. Square are promising "more to come" in August which suggests we'll have to keep guessing until then.
What was Just Cause 4 doing here?
Just Cause 4's existence still seems rather baffling, as despite having a longer trailer than at Microsoft's media briefing there was no mention of any multiplayer features or other unique selling points that might justify another sequel to a series that has never seemed to be particularly popular.
Cristiano Ronaldo not bothered by Real Madrid future, says Manuel Fernandes
The Manchester Evening News says Ronaldo is ready to test Manchester United's resolve as he attempts to force his way out of Real Madrid .
Federal judge approves AT&T-Time Warner merger
The Judge also said the DOJ should appeal the ruling or ask for a stay that could force AT&T to pay Time Warner a fee. Comcast, for instance, owns NBCUniversal, and Verizon owns websites including Yahoo and HuffPost.
The 3 biggest announcements from Nintendo at E3 2018
Few details were shared in the initial trailer, though we know the game will arrive on Switch in 2019. To us, it's genuinely impressive how massive the platform's library has become in just over a year.
Square Enix did not mention anything about the Final Fantasy VII Remake, despite fans clamoring for updates on the ambitious project. The dialogue was pretty terrible though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers.
"Dragon Quest XI" is releasing in September, and Square Enix also revealed the special editions of the game available for pre-order now.
The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is up next with two members of DONTNOD explaining how this game will relate to Season 2 of Life is odd including some links to entice players.