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When a game is announced at E3 it's usually one of two things: it's several years from being released, or worse it's vaporware and never sees the light of day. But at E3 2018 there were a handful games that got stage time that you can play right now.
Most of them are PC-based, and yes, some of them had already been announced or even been on sale, but all of them have some significant changes that makes them fresh and new(ish).
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Watch this: Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference focused on the games,...
Quake - Champions - Beta - Steam - Time
Quake Champions has been available in beta for Steam for some time, but Bethesda announced it's now free to play if you sign up before June 17. If you ever played the original Quake 3 Arena, you'll know what you're getting: intense death-match maps, rocket jumps and plenty of gory gibs. Quake Champions received a lukewarm reception when it first appeared, perhaps because it followed too closely behind Doom without adding any significant gameplay improvements. But you should get it now because it's much better, and hey, it's free!
Being the only truly unseen game on this list, the sequel to Unravel adds a second character to the mix. The original was adorable, and it will be interesting to see how this yarn-based play translates to the new co-op mode. Will it become more LittleBigPlanet than LittleBigPlanet? Get Unravel 2 at the Microsoft Store.
Knights - Vikings - Samurai - Westworld - Angst
Knights, vikings and samurai. Fighting each other. It's like Westworld, only with less existential angst. For Honor's been available for a year, but previously it cost you actual cash money. If that...
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