A reputable industry insider (Jeff Grub) has published a list of Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PC games that fans of the company shouldn’t expect to see at the E3 2021 showcase.
That list includes some crucial games.
First, there’s the new Fable game, which was revealed last year. It won’t make it to the presentation, nor will the Perfect Dark reboot, or Gears 6, which is simply disappointing, to say the least.
Grubb also added that Hellblade 2 wouldn’t be present at the event either, though it is a game that many fans hoped to see, mainly thanks to some vocal insiders and leakers that insisted that it would be making an appearance.
Also, Grubb added that the new Obsidian RPG, Avowed, won’t make it to the event. Neither will Project Dragon, but we don’t know too much about that game at this time, to be honest.
The list can go on with titles like Starfield and Wolfenstein 3.
The news is quite disappointing as it shows that the event will have a seemingly bland vibe.
This is the original tweet from Jeff Grubb, where he announced the unfortunate news:
OK. Let’s do this one more time.
Do not expect these at Xbox tomorrow:
Hellblade 2 (maybe a making-of video later)
IOI’s Project Dragon
– Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) June 12, 2021
We suggest staying tuned for extra news and check out his Twitter now and then, as he often posts valuable information about gaming.
On the bright side, we hope to see Bethesda make even a slight announcement about the progress on The Elder Scrolls 6, though that is still very unlikely.