If the first day of the E3 Coliseum didn’t capture your attention, surely something on day two will. The second day opened up with a deep dive into the current state and future of gaming in virtual and augmented reality. It’s honestly nice to hear some positivity on the topic; it may be in its infancy, but the formats have such an unrealized potential.
Panels ramped up as day two went along, climbing through talks about Sea of Thieves, Crash Bandicoot, Mortal Kombat, Far Cry 5, and Call of Duty: WW2 before peaking with a conversation between Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima, and Jordan Vogt-Roberts, director of Kong: Skull Island.
The end of the day takes a turn for the indie, eventually taking a look at Middle-earth: Shadow of War and ends with a 30-minute long conversation with Neill Blomkamp, director of District 9, Elysium, and Chappie.
Again, it’s a lot to go through. You’ll find all the videos separated by panel down below. Get comfy.
New Realities: Gaming in VR, AR
Sea of Thieves: Community Spirit
Gaming Evolved: New Voices, New Visions
Crash Bandicoot Reunion
Mortal Kombat: Celebrating 25 Years
Far Cry 5: A Trip to Hope Country
Call of Duty: WWII – Sledgehammer Games’ Journey Back to the Franchise’s Roots
Stories Across Screens
A Conversation with Hideo Kojima and Jordan Vogt-Roberts
The Indie Revolution
Middle-earth: Shadow of War – A Behind the Scenes Look
Life is Strange: Before the Storm
A Conversation with Neill Blomkamp
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