Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One gamers can try out Crossout for free
There’s bound to be some big announcement during the June expo, although many of them won’t be available for some time.
Many games revealed usually have long wait times that can last year, with the summer sometimes lacking in big lists of game launches.
Ahead of E3 2017, fans can look forward to the release of Tekken 7 (today), The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind (June 6), Guardians of the Galaxy: Episode 2 – Under Pressure (June 6), Wipeout Omega Collection (June 7) and Dirt 4 (June 6).
They can also try their hand at a new free game that is currently available on both PS4 and Xbox One.
Crossout is a post-apocalyptic MMO-action game from developers Targem Games, which has just reached the open beta stage.
The game has been available to play on PC for quite sometime but has only just reached console, offering up a range of PvP and PvE game modes.
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PLAYSTATION Plus subscribers will be able to download the likes of Life is Strange and Killing Floor 2 on PS4.
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PlayStation Plus June 2017 PS4, PS3, Vita free games screenshots
Here’s a few of the latest improvements to the game:
- 9 new post-apocalyptic locations: Abandoned cities, deceptively lifeless deserts, highways full of dangers, fortified survivor settlements and other regions of the world that survived the catastrophe.
- 7 new game modes: Survivors protect trade convoys from raiders, rob warehouses and destroy oil rigs or try to defeat Leviathans, huge steel monsters created by other players. In between the ruthless battles raging across the world, you can now catch your breath in ‘Race’ mode, where vehicles have no weapons, where only speed matters.
- New components and weapons: A flamethrower for immolating your enemies, a precise and ruthless pulse accelerator, a powerful armour-piercing crossbow and other novelties.
The development recently confirmed that testing on PS4 Pro is currently underway at 4K support, while they’re waiting on a devkit to start working on a Xbox Scorpio version.
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The Xbox Scorpio will be one of Microsoft's biggest draws during the expo and there’s set to be some big announcements for it.
Not only will fans find out the full price and design of the new console, they’ll also find out what games are getting the biggest upgrades.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer recently spoke on the subject of Destiny 2 and Call of Duty WW2 support, confirming that both should look better on the Xbox Scorpio.
“I'm very confident, from what we are seeing and hearing, Scorpio will be the very best console version of games this year,” he tweeted.
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Crossout – Explosive new MMO on PlayStation and Xbox One Sun, May 28, 2017
Crossout is a post-apocalyptic MMO Action game where players craft unique battle machines from dozens of interchangeable parts, ride them into combat and destroy enemies in explosive PvP online battles!
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Crossout is a free MMO available on PS4 and Xbox One
Reports earlier this year listed both Call of Duty WW2 and the likes of Star Wars Battlefront 2 as titles that were set to get the full 4K Scorpio treatment.
The Sony PlayStation 4 E3 2017 showcase has also got some pretty big predictions being made for it, while fans can also expect updates on titles such as God of War 4 and Days Gone.
And now another big title has also been added to the list, although it only remains a prediction as of this time.
Bloodborne 2 would prove a pretty popular announcement to be made during the PlayStation Showcase.
Fans are desperate to hear more about a potential sequel to the popular PS4 exclusive and one developer is backing Sony to give’em just what they want.
Commenting on a NeoGAF thread, entitled “Do you think we’ll see Bloodborne 2 at E3?” Moon Studios’ Thomas Mahler left a pretty interesting reply.
“I'm 99% certain we'll see it,” he wrote.
As mentioned above, this is just a prediction being made, albeit, a very popular one.
Earlier in 2017, the Bloodborne and Dark Souls developer From Software were linked to some new projects, reportedly telling Japanese site 4Gamers that it was working on some ambitious new titles.