There are a lot of events in the gaming industry every year, but none are bigger than E3, and with this year’s show coming to a close, we’ve rounded up all of the new games announced at E3 2021. With big events like the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase, the Ubisoft Forward, and the Nintendo Direct, there were plenty of new games announced.
New Games Announced at E3 2021
There were a total of 23 new games announced at E3 2021, with some slated for release this year. Below you’ll find a full list:
- A Plague’s Tale: Requiem
- Atomic Heart
- Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
- Death Trash
- Death Stranding Director’s Cut
- Danganronpa Decadence Switch Collection
- Final Fantasy: Pixel Remaster
- Forza Horizon 5
- Just Dance 2022
- Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope
- Mario Party Superstars
- Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
- Metroid Dread
- Slime Rancher 2
- Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
- Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania
- The Anacrusis
- The Outer Worlds 2
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderland
- WarioWare: Get It Together
As you can see, there were a wide variety of new games announced at E3 2021. Some are brand new IPs, while others are sequels or continuations to popular franchises. Additionally, we also got a first look at some games that had previously been announced without much information. For example, Bethesda shared the first look at its upcoming Xbox exclusive Starfield, while Nintendo gave fans a look at Breath of the Wild 2.
There were also a handful of DLCs, game updates, expansions, and ports announced that we didn’t include in our list. For more details on those, be sure to check out our E3 2021 coverage for full roundups of all the major conferences.
As you can see, there were a lot of new games announced at E3 2021 to look forward to this year and next. Specifically, 2022 is loaded with major releases and should be one of the most exciting years in the gaming industry in recent memory. There are also a handful of upcoming games in 2021 to be excited about as well. The future of gaming looks bright!
Andrew Smith is the founder of Guide Fall and From Gamers Magazine. He is a lover of all things gaming and physical media. You can find him playing anything from random indies to AAA releases!