E3 2021 ends this week with many interesting new games. We went to watch “StarCraft”, “Forza Horizon 5” and “Guardians of the Galaxy.” At the Xbox and Bethesda exhibitions, Microsoft also showed us Halo: Infinite’s free multiplayer game mode-the next version of the popular Xbox and Windows first-person shooter games. Mario fans are satisfied with the “Mario + Mad Rabbit: Fire of Hope” in the Ubisoft E3 demo.

In this week’s Advertisement Shout podcast Orbital, host Akhil Arora discussed all the important announcements of E3 2021 with Cyrus John, deputy video director, and Shayak Majumder, chief deputy editor.

We started with our favorite games, including Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, a new action-adventure game based on the comical superheroes in the Marvel universe. It is shown by Square Enix, with Star Lord as the main character. However, the game will not support multiplayer games, which may disappoint Marvel fans who want to play with characters such as Groot and Rocket. I am Groot!

Xbox E3 2021: Forza Horizon 5, Starfield, Free Halo Infinite, etc.

Microsoft has launched Forza Horizon 5, a new arcade racing game that will be launched in November, which surprised us. It will allow you to form cooperative teams, participate in mini-games, and challenge other players in Horizon Arcade. The game will be available on Xbox Series S at 30fps in 1080p and 4K at 30fps on Xbox Series X, with an optional 60fps performance mode.

Bethesda Softworks, which was acquired by Microsoft last year, launched a series of new games at this year’s E3 event. Starfield is the highlight, and the sci-fi role-playing game appears to be exclusive to Xbox Series S/X and PC.

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Halo: The Unlimited Multiplayer trailer is very promising, but it’s strange that Microsoft won’t give us an exact release date — it’s just the 2021 holiday — even if we have the exact date for Xbox 2022 games, including Starfield (coming soon The coming November 11, 2022-it has been 11 years since Bethesda launched Skyrim).

For those who want to build a new civilization and wage war, E3 2021 brings another trailer for Age of Empires IV, which will be released in late October. The game, developed by Relic Entertainment and published by Xbox Game Studios, reveals two new civilizations-France, Joan of Arc and the Abbasid dynasty-and the concept of naval battles. I hope that “Age of Empires IV” will have more gains after the popular “Age of Empires II” instead of the less popular “Age of Empires III”.

All content announced by Ubisoft E3 2021: Rainbow Six Extraction, Avatar: Pandora Frontline, Far Cry 6, etc.

This year’s E3 also let us see the “Avatar: Pandora Frontier” that will be released in 2022. First-person games will be available across platforms, namely Windows PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna. As you know, this is a pure next-generation adventure.

Gamers on Nintendo Switch are getting the sequel to Mario + Mad Rabbit: Spark of Hope and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The former is the successor to the original Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle launched in 2017. It reunited Mario, Peach, Luigi and their Rabbid colleagues. During the adventure, you will also have a toy gun to kill enemies. On the other hand, the new “Legend of Zelda” title brings gamers into the cloud world above Hiraru. The trailer for the new Zelda segment includes an Easter egg embedded in its music track.

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That’s not all in this week’s episode. We also discussed the expected Nintendo Switch Pro console and some of the more interesting games that will be launched in the future.

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