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E3 2021 season has begun in full today, with Summer Game Fest kicking off in expected swing with industry veteran, Geoff Keighley, starting the Hype Train in style.

From our first proper look at Elden Ring to an Evil Dead game that looks awesome, and a Borderlands spin-off we can’t wait to play -- there was a lot. Cool looking indies, updated looks at existing titles, and a few surprises.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

This Borderlands spin-off takes one of the most beloved expansions from Borderlands 2 and runs with it. A high-fantasy sword and guns Dungeons & Dragons co-op action-RPG with Tiny Tina as the Dungeon Master and an all star cast featuring Andy Samberg, Wanda Sykes and Will Arnett.

Elden Ring

Easily the biggest hype moment of E3 season so far, a full gameplay trailer for Elden Ring -- the new action-RPG from the creator of Dark Souls and the author behind something called ‘Game of Thrones’. And it’s out January 22, 2022.

Our Full Summer Game Fest 2021 Breakdown

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