Happy Sunday everybody! We wish you a very nice weekend and hope you are as hyped as we are with E3 2016 kicking today. If you are getting into this E3 mood and wish to watch the conferences, here is a reminder regarding the conferences times:
- Electronic Arts – 4 PM EDT
- Bethesda – 10 PM EDT
- Microsoft – 12:30 PM EDT
- PC – 2 PM EDT
- Ubisoft – 4 PM EDT
- Sony – 9 PM EDT
As usual, you can expect full coverage from us both on our website and social media, so make sure to follow it with us! So, what conferences will you be watching this year?
That being said, if you missed the popular pieces of news this week, here are our top five stories between June 5th and June 11th:
The rumor of a remaster of PS2 classic Final Fantasy XII is nothing new and has been going on for years. Square Enix finally fulfilled the fans’ wishes by announcing Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on PS4, a HD remaster based on the Japanese re-release Zodiac Job System and including several improved features. You can get your champagne ready and enjoy the trailer in the article.
Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky is one of these games that take your breath away and make you want to go on an adventure exploring the lovely environments. Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan and Asia finally announced the Japanese release date this week and unveiled a new lovely 1080p screenshot. You can feast your eyes in the article.
The Final Fantasy XV‘s release date reveal live event “Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV” occurred a few months ago in Los Angeles. Despite the leaks happening right before the broadcast, many faithful fans did not get discouraged and tuned it to enjoy it. According to Kenwood Experience, the marketing agency behind the event, as much as 1.2 million gamers worldwide watched the livestream. You can read all the details about the press release in the article.
Naughty Dog is as restless as ever and released (yet again) a new patch for its masterpiece Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. You can read all the changes and improvements in the patch notes included into the article.
Teasing master Geoff Keighley is doing it yet again. While he will be hosting a Youtube’s live show at E3 2016 on June 13th at 9 AM (Pacific time), he promised some nice spectacle and “big surprises” on his Twitter. Find all details included in the article.