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PC Gaming gets a boost during E3

The E3 2015 PC Gaming Show took place last night, with TripWire Interactive talking all about its Early Access title, Killing Floor and the Early Access theme was one that continued with Cliff Bleszinski and DayZ creator Dean Hall revealing why their games launched this way, while Hall also revealed that both a single-player mode and server tools are coming to Day Z.

Microsoft also made an appearance, although those hoping for Xbox One / PC releases at the same time were left disappointed.

So what happened? 

Well, first up Tripwire Interactive announced Rising Storm 2: Vietnam,  the video for which is below.

Also teased was Total War: Warhammer, although we won't see the first gameplay until next month.

Meanwhile Microsoft revealed that Killer Instinct is coming to PC, offering cross-play with Xbox One and also revealed that Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is coming to PC too.

Elsewhere, SCS Software announced American Truck Simulator and The Pillars of Eternity: The White March developer revealed that the game is getting an expansion "soon."

We were also treated to a new Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns trailer, which you can see below.

Meanwhile Frontier Developments revealed Planet Coaster, a far cry from Elite Dangerous, but then it is a decent sized studio.

Splash Damage’s also showed off its new IP, Dirty Bomb.

Arma 3?s new Tanoa trailer was also shown.

And there was also a trailer shown for Heroes of the Storm: Eternal Conflict.

Finally we found out that the StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void prologue campaign will be releasing for free and to save the best for last, No Man’s Sky was once again confirmed for a PC release and as a bonus we also got a new trailer.


Edited On 17 Jun, 2015

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Turniplord 2 years ago
this show was painful to watch - it was just interviews and AMD promotions - the guy talking about the AMD card was there for about 25 minutes! - i hope this never happens again

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