E3 2016 Day 3 Highlights: Nintendo - The one man army

As some of you might have speculated the 3rd day of E3 2016 to be less interesting, believe us Nintendo did take us by surprise as they unleased one announcement after another. One might even end up voting the day as best of all. Let’s check out some of the biggest announcements made till the end of the day.

As some of you might have speculated the 3rd day of E3 2016 to be less interesting, believe us Nintendo did take us by surprise as they unleased one announcement after another. One might even end up voting the day as best of all. Let’s check out some of the biggest announcements made till the end of the day.

The Legend of Zelda new edition unveiled

Nintendo has finally revealed the next edition of the infamous The Legend of Zelda, naming it Breath of the Wild. Nintendo has taken a step forward to make the game even more interested by designing a new compelling open world t having enormous diversity to explore. The game also features and additions in combat and character movements. The game however does retains its roots with intriguing puzzles which have numerous possible solutions, 100 Shrines of Trials, jumping, rock climbing and much more. All of these have cumulated to boost the new Zelda game to the top of our list.

Pokémon Sun and Moon revealed

Our beloved Pokémon game is also set to receive few major changes in the coming months as announced by Game Freak and The Pokémon Company. The Nintendo 3DS based game will receive two new Pokémons - Sun and Moon – along with two new Legendries, Solgaleo and Lunalas. However, the highlight was the much awaited multiplayer interface, in which teams will clash in a four way Battle Royal and each team will have a max of three Pokémons to compete with. Finally childhood dreams are coming to reality!!!

More details of Xbox One S

Xbox One S has turned things around for Microsoft in this year’s expo. Following the unveiling on Day 2, a few more details have immerged surrounding the console. As mentioned by Polygon, its powerful CPU and GPU will be the driving force behind superb gaming experience for future game releases. Even though the console lacks a port for Kinet, Microsoft is also offering free adapters for Xbox One owners who want to upgrade. Whether Project Scorpio aka Xbox 2.0 proves to be the game changer for Microsoft is something can be answered in the months to come, but for now Xbox One S is definitely leading the battle of consoles.

Crackdown 3 release Delayed

Crackdown 3 didn’t get featured at Microsoft’s conference which was quite a disappointment for many of us. The developers at Reagent Games later explained that the game still need few more tweaks and for that the current schedule wasn’t quite working for them. According to the latest updates, the game is delayed till next year and is set be compatible on Windows 10 with the availability of cross-platform functionality.

NieR Automata release Delayed

Adding to the list of delays is yet another game by Platinum Games, NieR: Automata. The game is said to be exclusive on PS4. There is yet to be any official statement released by the developers for the delay, although we fans wouldn’t mind a bit more polishing anyways. Also considering the fact that the Fall-Winter season is already packed up with releases, it might be in the best of interest for the publisher to release in the next year.

Sony saved God of War till the end

You might be surprised with Sony’s decision of holding back details of some of their upcoming PS4 exclusive games like God of War, Death Stranding and Detroit: Become Human during their Day 2 conference. Seems like Sony has saved the best for the end as God of War's Norse setting has now been confirmed. As the footage suggests, even though the game wont enjoy an the open world design, it still looks quite dynamic and doesn’t follow monotonous mission based gameplay.

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