After the epic messup of E3 2013, it was the matter of life and death to rise and bring back the lost faith from their loyal gamers. They concentrated all their effort at E3 2014. We could clearly make out the difference in these two events.
It seem that the famous “TVTV” focus was left behind long back. They made it clear that E3 2014 will be only about games. Xbox One game developers did a commendable job with all the games, but we sorted the best five among those, check out the list:
Assassin’s Creed Unity
Ubisoft showcased this gameplay demo is a whole new style. Alex Amancio, the creative director of Assassin’s Creed Unity, guided us through the whole gameplay, revealing specific details about what Untiy is all about. Some of the games has lost their faith is the Assassin’s Creed series for a while but with Assassin’s Creed Unity it all came back. Players will take the role of Arnaud who is a Parisian Assassin willing to end Templar influence which is the main cause of disruption in Paris. Arnaud will have special abilities which are rarely seen on any Assassin’s Creed game.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
BioWare made a mind blowing announcement that Dragon Age: Inquisition will have 40 endings. Imagine player playing the whole game 40 times just to reach a unique end. With this announcement BioWare has just stuffed cotton to those mouths who constantly babbled about Mass Effect 3 having limited endings.
Also the creative director, Mike Laidlaw, revealed that Dragon Age: Inquisition will have more romances than any previous BioWare game! Dont get excited though, he later clarified that he was talking only about the Dragon Age series.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
We could see Geralt, the lead character in an open world of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The gameplay showcased Geralt ferociously attacking his prey: a wild griffin. He chased the griffin through No Mand’s Land. Geralt could locate the griffin from his spilt blood with the help of his Witcher sense and defeat his enemy by cutting him into two. During the gameplay we could also see the creators use melee combat and magic skills to take down a group of deserters
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
If you always thought of lifting heavy weights but couldn’t, here is a virtual way of doing so. While playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare you get into the shoes of a soldier who wears exoskeletons which grants him superhuman strength. You can carry great loads, take huge leaps from one place to another and easily climb up on straight walls. Set 45 years into the future, in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare you can launch smart grenades which locat their targets before blowing them into pieces. Also you can use laser guns and become invisible just at the click of a button.
Tom Clancy’s The Division
An awesome looking New York was showcased at Ubisoft’s E3 2014 press conference. We cannot fully say that this was a brand new demo but atleast it was form different angle. Tom Clancy’s The Division has dynamic shifting of the time of day. Ubisoft revealed that this day and night cycle will affect the nature of enemies that you will face during your gameplay.