E3 2019 is going to feel weird without Sony. There’ll be no Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, or Last of Us information released at the gaming show. The news of which, when was announced, was enough to set many people off in profanity-laden internet tirades.
But outside the realm of Sony, there are other notable IPs whose E3 absence would similarly have the gaming community spitting their collective dummies.
Beyond Good and Evil 2
If we want to be realistic, Beyond Good and Evil 2 will come out after 2020. An extremely hopeful person might think that it’ll be more like a holiday 2019 to early 2020 release window. Either way, we’re ready for an extensive info dump.
It’s been two years since the game was revealed at E3 2017, and we’re nowhere closer to getting a release date. We’ve seen some pre-alpha gameplay of the space-faring fun that the game promises, but we’re going to need more. The sheer scale of this game makes it one of the most ambitious titles in development.
We’re certainly far from the release date. Hiccups here and there are excusable in the beta and alpha stages. The only mistake they could make is not sharing any new information at E3. Fans just want to know that the developers aren’t in over their heads with the lofty promises of Beyond Good and Evil 2.