It’s that time of year again, when the biggest game companies in the world descend on Los Angeles to show off just what they’re working on. In 2018 the focus will be on the runaway success of Fortnite and the Nintendo Switch, but expect plenty of surprises from Sony, Microsoft, and big publishers like EA and Ubisoft. If you include the press conferences, the show lasts nearly a week, and it can be tough to keep up with that much news in such a short span. Stay tuned here for all the important announcements and reveals as they happen.
The Tomb Raider has risen. Now what?
The more we learn about Bethesda’s gamble with multiplayer Fallout, the cooler it sounds
Qualifiers start later this year, and anyone can participate
That’s a lot
Get a free Mew, too!
The Poké Ball Plus is a satisfying experience, especially for Pokémon Go addicts
The news — and the 80 new levels — comes as an E3 surprise
You can’t play Fortnite on PS4 and resume on the go with the Nintendo Switch
Smash Bros., Cyberpunk 2077, Halo Infinite, and more
Perfect to carry with your Switch
Lots of minor changes (and also Ridley)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Mario Party, Fire Emblem, and more
‘I speak from the depths of my heart when I say it’s a lot of work’
Not so impossible after all
Ok, NOW Smash Bros. is back
You can cross-play with Xbox One, PC, Mac, and mobile players, though
We don’t have a concrete release date just yet
The Switch is getting some cool local multiplayer indie games
Change the screens, change the game
The best of both worlds
From e-sports competitions to battle royale game modes, Fortnite is the biggest and most influential title at E3 2018