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10 Best New Games Revealed at E3 2021 | Man of Many

Ubisoft finished its press conference with our first look at Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. The upcoming game is inspired by the sci-fi world brought to life by James Cameron, and it looks absolutely stunning. By the visuals presented in the trailer, it’s safe to say that Avatar is capitalising on the next-gen power of the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

1. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

During the Bandai Namco livestream, we scored our first look at Elden Ring gameplay. The long-awaited sequel/successor to Dark Souls was revealed with a dark and foreboding trailer. The gameplay will appear familiar to anyone who has survived the previous FromSoftware games, but Elden Ring promises a few enticing additions. Mounted combat for one which looks awesome, plus aspects of the faster, action-focused combat seen in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

2. Elden Ring

E3 2021 is now the second time Nintendo has shown off footage of its upcoming Zelda sequel, which still lacks an official title and a set in stone release date.

3. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel

Halo multiplayer is back, and it’s going free to play. 343 Industries revealed this enticing fact during the Xbox stream at E3 2021. The multiplayer portion of Halo Infinite will be available free to everyone who owns an Xbox or PC.

4. Halo Infinite Multiplayer

E3 2021 gave us our first look at the upcoming Sci-fi epic Starfield. The space RPG is developed by Bethesda, who is best known for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4.

5. Starfield

Microsoft stole the show this year, and Forza Horizon 5 was just the icing on the cake. Described as the largest Forza game to date, Forza Horizon 5 is heading south of the border for breathtaking expeditions through Mexico. Players will race through lush jungles, across secluded beaches, hidden ruins and even up an active volcano.

6. Forza Horizon 5

Square ENIX provided our first look at the upcoming Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy game. Launching later this year, players will be mastering the skills and attitude of Star-Lord to a soundtrack full of iconic 80’s hits while calling forth the skills of each Guardian – Gamora, Rocket Racoon, Groot and so on.

7. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

Two years ago, at E3, Nintendo teased Metroid Prime 4. Fast track to E3 2021, and instead of following up on the past announcement, we instead got our first taste of a brand new game titled Metroid Dread. In Metroid Dread, Samus Aran returns for her first 2D Metroid story in 19 years. The intergalactic bounty hunter is sent to investigate a remote planet overrun by hostile alien lifeforms and chilling mechanical menaces.

8. Metroid Dread

Redfall is a new co-op, open-world shooter from the team behind Prey and Dishonored. It looks like a cross between Left 4 Dead and I Am Legend.

9. Redfall

One final surprise from E3 2021 was the return of Rocksmith. Unlike Guitar Hero and Rock Band, Rocksmith is an underappreciated experience that lets you plug a real guitar into your console and then teaches you how to play music.

10. Rocksmith+

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