Returning for the 4th straight year the PC Gaming Show at E3 was held on June 11, 2018. Sponsored by PCGamer and co-hosted by Sean “Day” Plott and Frankie Ward, attendees and on-line viewers were treated to a preview of over 30 games
Some of the games showcased we announcing additional content while others were completely new. A few of the games showcased were:
Satisfactory by Coffee Stain Studios
You start as an engineer that has landed on a distant land, with no no factories and the goal is to build the biggest automated factory you can. To do this you need to gather resources and build smaller factories to create the pieces you need for the larger factories.
The map is quite large allowing for expansive building as well as a transportation network. The game has been developed as a 1st person build game instead of the usual top-down. This game can also be played in co-op.
A closed Alpha is planned for the coming months, if interested you can sign up at www.satisfactorygame.com
Neo Cab by Chance Agency
Created by a new indie development company, this game puts you as a cab driver in the fictious city of Capra Town. While picking up passengers you are also looking for your sister.
The goal as the preview advises is to “Stay on the Search and Stay Human.
Maverick’s Proving Grounds by Automaton Games
What can you say about this one besides it’s another Battle Royale style game and initially looks to be a lot like PUBG in design.
Automaton Games CEO James Thompson described the primary difference to be the depth of the game. There is more information for players to determine where players have been, such as footprints and broken foliage. The 5-man squad play can also have up to 1000 players.
If you wanted to try out the game, check it out on the E3 show floor. If you would like to participate in the closed Beta sign up at the Automaton Games website before June 17, 2018 for exclusive content from E3.
Star Control Origins by Stardock
Patrick Shaw, Director of Production described the games as an open universe action RPG which allows you to explore an infinite universe. You will be able to land on stars and planets as well as explore those environments. The entire universe is being simulated all the time, so the game is ever changing.
Modding is going to be a big part of Star Control Origins. You will be able to create your own ships, planets and galaxies that you can share with your friend or even take your ship into battle.
A few other interesting games to mention from the long list showcased were: Sega’s best Japanese games on PC, Just Cause 4, Hitman 2, Man Eater and a couple Walking Dead games.
To see all the games and enhancements announced during the show check out the video below for complete details.
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