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Summer Game Fest 2021 Recap – Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands! Metal Slug Tactics! Elden Ring!

Loads of surprises and reveals!
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Missed out? We gotchu! Our Summer Game Fest 2021 Recap lists down everything you missed out on if you slept in last night. From special guests Hideo Kojima, Jeff Goldblum, Giancarlo Esposito and musical performances from bands Weezer and Sonic Philharmonic Orchestra; it feels reminiscent to the Game Awards. Yet the real star of the show were its many world premieres, some surprising and some expected.

Featuring around 90 minutes of updates and reveals, there were some standouts that headlined the show – 2K and Gearbox’s new IP Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands make a world premiere, which is a high fantasy looter shooter that does not require any knowledge of Borderlands.

Perhaps the biggest announcement so far is the much awaited Elden Ring that has been endlessly rumored to death has finally dropped and boy was it glorious. With an announcement for January 22, 2022, it’s a great start for the year ahead.

Here’s everything you missed out on during the Summer Game Fest 2021 kickoff live:

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Metal Slug Tactics (PC)

Death Stranding Director’s Cut (PS5)

Jurassic World Evolution 2 (PS5/PS4/Xbox One/Xbox Series/PC)

Sable (September 23/PC)

LOSTARK (PC)

Call of Duty Warzone Season 4

Among Us (New Content)

Chicory: A Colorful Tale

Salt and Sacrifice

Chivalry 2

Valorant Episode 3

Escape From Tarkov

Two Point Campus

Smite x Stranger Things Collab

Prime Matter Studios Sizzle Reel

The Anacrusis

Rocket League x Fast & Furious Collab

Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodhunt

House of Ashes (October 22)

Tales of Arise

Sky — Little Prince Trailer

Planet of Lana (Xbox/PC)

Overwatch 2

Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin

Wavebreak feat. Weezer

Endless Dungeon

Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart Feature

Fallguys Ultimate Knockout — New Costume

Back 4 Blood

Tribes of Midgard (PC and PS)

Evil Dead The Game

Elden Ring

In case you want to, you can watch the full show below:

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Vincent Ternida moved Vancouver, Canada in 2006 and called it home ever since. He spends the lockdown catching up with his Japanese RPGs, writing his new manuscripts, and figuring out why he suddenly became the main character of the latest Haruki Murakami novel.

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