The Electronic Home entertainment Exposition, much better referred to as E3, is the most crucial videogame program in the world and it is the phase where the primary lead characters of the show business they pertain to use their brand-new releases and, in addition, to make contact both with journalism and with the fans and players.
This year, as in all previous editions, the visit was at the Convention Center of Los Angeles (California, United States). There, companies such as Nintendo, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Bandai Namco or Square-Enix They have actually revealed their greatest titles and some updates or remakes.
The large bulk of them concentrated on choices for the most crucial consoles and PC. However, the conference It has actually likewise caused some news targeted at video game fans on the Mac or through iOS -primarily, through the companies Bethesda Softworks and Square Enix, as highlighted by Macworld.
These are the most important releases for Mac and iOS left by E3
Ubisoft, the French developer and distributor of videogames, presented at E3 a trailer for Mythic Quest, a comedy program for Apple TV + service by actor and producer Rob McElhenney, who was also on stage. The series will be about Mythic Quest, a fictional video game that develops an equally fictional study.
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers for Mac
Square Enix presented during the E3 conference the launch trailer for Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, the new expansion that will have its online game and that will arrive next July 2. Among its novelties are two new classes, two new races, a new world to explore, as well as new dungeons, equipment and mechanics.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades for iOS
Bethesda also took advantage of E3 to announce that The Elder Scrolls: Blades now available for iOS and Android, for free, and that will arrive in the fall to the Nintendo Switch.
During the conference it was possible to see the trailer and the developer announced some of the news that will arrive, such as a new quest line based on the dragon, battles in the arena of player against player, new jobs and a system to make jewelry with statistics improvements.
Elsweyr: The Elder Scrolls Online for Mac
Zenimax Online and Bethesda Software announced during The E3 that The Elder Scrolls Online exceeded 13,500 million players and, for that reason, they shared during the conference a new cinematic trailer of the Elsweyr expansion.
The expansion open the doors to the dragons and among its novelties come new areas to explore, the return of necromancy and, how could it be otherwise, the battles against dragons, Elsweyr is one of the biggest updates of the game.
In addition, two new DLCs will arrive: Scalebreaker (third quarter of 2019) and Dragonhold (end of 2019). Both will give continuity to the Dragon Season, introducing infinity of novelties in the title. The second of these expansions will be the one that puts an end to the crusade of the dragons. During their conference last night at E3, Bethesda confirmed that they would give new details of Dragonhold at the July QuakeCon.
Commander Keen for iOS
The Commander Keen saga of Bethesda returns for iOS with the same intention of its previous editions: save the galaxy. The new Commander Keen will offer a Story mode, as well as a Battle mode in which it is possible to face other players.
And, although it will be available shortly, the developer shared his trailer, with an aesthetic reminiscent of classic cartoons, and provided some of the news that will have, like your crazy real-time Battle mode.
Project xCloud, Microsoft's response to Google's Stadia
Project xCloud has actually been one of the highlights of this year's E3 conference: Microsoft introduced your video video game service in streaming that will allow gamers try games from different devices, like a Mac, an iPhone or an iPad.
It is the response of the Redmond to the proposal of Google with Stadia and that opens us the possibility of enjoying several of the great titles that will host the service, since they will be retransmitted directly from the servers -using Azure Cloud- to devices such as an iPhone or an iPad.
And, in addition, it could be perfectly complemented with Project Orion, a Bethesda project for optimize services streaming of video games like Microsoft or Stadia. According to the US company, Orion can reduce latency in these services by up to 20 percent and bandwidth by 40 percent.