Portaltic.-Forza Horizon 5 and the Xbox and Bethesda conference triumph at the E3 2021 Awards

Forza Horizon 5 May Be In the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase at E3 2021 |  COGconnected

This year's edition of the E3 video game conference came to an end on Tuesday, and its closing of doors has been celebrated with the delivery of the E3 2021 Awards, in which the racing video game Forza Horizon 5 and the presentation event of Xbox and Bethesda have been the big winners.


The E3 Awards recognize the main announcements that took place during the conference and are chosen by the international specialized video game press (IGN, GameSpot, PC Gamer, GamesRadar+, Game Bonfire, and IGN China).


Within the framework of the first digital edition of the E3, the E3 Awards have been in virtual format also for the first time, as reported by the organization of the E3 in a statement.


In the main category of the E3 2021 Awards, the 'most anticipated video game in general, the big winner has been the racing title Forza Horizon 5, set in Mexico.


This video game is the work of Xbox's own studios and was presented during the Xbox & Bethesda Showcase, a conference in which titles such as Starfield were also announced and which has been recognized as the best presentation of this edition of E3.

Likewise, the specialized press has also wanted to distinguish the most anticipated video games announced in each of the presentations hosted by E3.

As for the main events, in Ubisoft's the most prominent game has been Mario+Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, while in Square Enix's it was Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and in Nintendo's, the sequel to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the wild.

From the Xbox and Bethesda presentation, the new Halo: Infinite has also been highlighted.

Other standout video games featured at E3 2021 have been The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles (Capcom), Tiny Tina's Wonderlands (Gearbox Software), Falling Frontier (among indie developers), Asteroids (Intellivision), Songs of Conquest (shown on PC Gaming Show), Airborne Kingdom (Freedom Games), Immortality (announced on Future Games Show) and Loopmancer (Yooreka Studio).

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