Digital E3 2021 starts and provides packaged programs for all video game fans. Many well-known publishers such as Microsoft, Bethesda, and Ubisoft will provide you with new information about their upcoming games during the exhibition, and GameStar.de will keep you up to date with all the exciting news. Even if the official does not know which new games the developers will show us this year, some leaks and rumors have been circulating on the Internet. We will show you what announcements you can expect from the afternoon of June 9, 2021.
XCOM with Marvel characters
On Reddit, a leaker from Corpus Christi shared a list of upcoming games currently being developed by publisher 2K Games. According to his sources, XCOM manufacturer Firaxis should also have a new turn-based game.
It should be a kind of XCOM with Marvel heroes. It’s not yet known more-the source only revealed that these roles would be dubbed by famous actors. But we can well imagine that the game will be based on the story-rich XCOM: Chimera Squad rather than the more open XCOM 2.
Little Tina’s Wonderland
The second crucial new announcement may be a derivative product of the Borderlands series, in which the famous and very crazy inventor Tiny Tina will play the leading role. Whether you play Tina yourself, or she guides the story similar to the great DLC Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep for Borderlands 2-remains to be seen.
According to sources, Wonderlands will once again offer different professions for you to choose from, as you know in previous games in the series. Last year, the first rumor about this series that 2K has obtained Wonderland as a registered trademark.
Guardians of the Galaxy
In addition to Marvel XCOM, there should be more popular comic superhero games in the Disney department. The Tomb Raider maker of Eidos-Montréal is currently developing a game about Guardians of the Galaxy, which should be based on a failed Deus-Ex project as early as 2017. There were first rumors about this.
According to industry insider Jason Schreier, the announcement of Star-Lord, Drax, Gamora, Groot, and Rocket Racoon games should be the highlight of Square Enix’s E3 show starting at 9:15 pm on June 13:
A brand new IP should be hidden behind Volt’s code name, and it should still be in a very early stage of development. Redditor’s sources describe it as a Saints Row in the Cthulhu setting.
Hangar 13 that everyone knows from the Mafia trilogy, can be developed here. Due to the early stages, it is still unclear whether the game will also be shown on the show-just like the final title. In any case, it should be about a sci-fi open world with supernatural elements.
The current series branch has only recently been put on the Epic Store, but basketball fans can certainly look forward to another new NBA 2K game this year. Exciting innovation is still unknown, but German Dirk Nowitzki should appear on the cover of the legendary edition. Last year, the late Kobe Bryant decorated it.