A successor to the incredible Two Point Hospital, Two Point Campus (from Two Point Studios) allows you to build a university, your way. After being unveiled at the Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live, the game also showed up at Nintendo’s Direct event to confirm that the game will be available on Switch, alongside releases on PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Also featured at the Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live event was Dark Pictures: House of Ashes. Coming from Supermassive Games, the team showed off a brand new trailer and confirmed an October 22nd 2021 release date, for PC, PlayStation and Xbox. The game was previously unveiled last year.
A brand new title from Jumpship, Somerville, was featured at the Xbox/Bethesda Showcase and made a fantastic impression. It’s coming to Xbox and PC in 2022.
Having previously announced that DreamsCon was set to return in July, Media Molecule (creators of Dreams and LittleBigPlanet) have been taking community submissions for booths, made in the game, to become part of their upcoming virtual expo. They’ve also announced a collaboration with Mercedes-Benz (yeah, the car people!) to imagine visions of the future and bring them to life with the game platform.
With several popular videos released in a short space of time, Battlefield 2042 has become an audience favourite and one of the most anticipated games of the show. Guildford-based Criterion Games are working on the ambitious multiplayer title with DICE and EA Gothenburg. The game is scheduled to be released on October 22nd, 2021 for PC, PlayStation and Xbox
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