Video games for Android: a presence at E3 that confirms its good work
The E3 is the most important conference in the world of video game. The Los Angeles event provides a glimpse into the big releases of the coming years, either through small teasers announcing a development or through full trailers demonstrating a developed experience. These are a few days in which any video game fan enjoys endless bombings and situations.
And in this tidal wave of news there is also room for games of Android. And their presence at the conference only confirms a reality: mobile games are at the best possible moment. The experiences are more complete than ever, offering real alternatives to what can be enjoyed on consoles. Even the circle closes when the influence of, for example, Pokemon go in Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu! Y Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee!. Although it is still little, the presence is more noticeable, and in this E3 2018 three are the games that have stood out the most on mobile phones above the rest.
Android games E3 2018: the three big bets
Gears POP! – Microsoft’s bet
During the Microsoft conference at E3 2018, the Xbox owner presented three games belonging to the franchise Gears of war. Among them the first to come to the fore was this Gears POP!, a peculiar bet with the Funko Pop company that radically changes the style of the franchise. It will be released in 2019.
Command & Conquer: Rivals – EA’s bet
At the EA conference at E3 2018, it was decided to revive the franchise Command and Conquer with Command and Conquer: Rivals. There hasn’t been a new title seen since 2010, and the mobile platform has been the most appropriate in EA’s eyes to revive it. Gratuitous? Yes. Micropayments? Too. Previous registration? In the Play Store.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades – Bethesda’s Wager
At the Bethesda conference at E3 2018 they opted for what is perhaps the strongest bet of those presented. The Elder Scrolls: Blades recovers part of the spirit of the original installment of the franchise to offer an experience The Elder scrolls complete on mobile devices.