From God of War: Ragnarok to The Elder Scrolls 6, here are the biggest hitters that skipped E3
Given that Ragnarok is still scheduled to arrive this year, it seems pretty incredible we didn't see at least something from Kratos' sequel over the course of E3 2022.
This remake is due on Jan 27, 2023, so we're surprised there was no sign of a returning Isaac at E3. That said, it's hard to overly grumble when the Dead Space-aping Callisto Protocol turned up looking so gleefully gory.
Given how much of the spotlight fellow Bethesda epic Starfield stole at E3, we shouldn't be dropping any monocles over the next Elder Scrolls being MIA. Still, we're long overdue a meaty update.
News of an open-world Avatar game wowed the virtual crowds of E3 last year – and with James Cameron's Avatar 2 due to hit cinemas this December – it's bizarre we didn't see anything from this tie-in.
Not only was there no new Hellblade 2 gameplay trailer, there wasn't even so much as a new screenshot. It looks like this mature, psychologically probing sequel come still be a ways off.
In development by Just Cause studio Avalanche, Contraband is a co-op open world game that's set in the fictional country of Bayan. It's all gone quiet since its mysterious reveal last E3.
A solid showing of Starfield at the Xbox Bethesda Games showcase may explain this no-show. Perhaps spotlighting another space-set role-player risked taking the shine of the headliner.