Well, we're already one day down for E3 in 2021 - and it didn't disappoint.
We take you through the biggest reveals from Day 1 from the ESA event.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
The headline act thus far at E3, we are so excited for Ubisoft's Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.
The game was first reported many years ago, and we now expect the title to launch alongside the next instalment in the movie franchise next year.
The game looks stunning on Ubisoft's Snowdrop engine - and although we haven't seen any gameplay, judging by the graphics - this could well be a Next Gen exclusive.
Far Cry 6
The one will all knew was coming, with the Far Cry 6 reveal showcase around the Villain Anton Castillo -portrayed by Giancarlo Espositio.
Far Cry 6 Season Pass
The one we didn't expect, the Far Cry 6 Season Pass will enable you to go back and play with the most iconic villains from the series.
Rainbow 6 Extraction
First revealed just before E3, it was great to see a trailer and a deep dive into Rainbow 6 Extraction - with pre-orders already open for the Ubisoft smash.
Operators will take on a range of alien lifeforms, all with their own attacks - so you will need to be aware of what you'll be attacking.
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Nintendo teased the title just a few hours before Ubisoft's reveal, with Mario teaming up with his Rabbid friends once again.
The game will be exclusive to Nintendo Switch and arrive in 2022.
Godfall comes to PS4
The only highlight of the Gearbox showcase, Godfall makes its long-awaited arrival on PS4 on 10 August 2021.
From the team behind Steep, Riders Republic is certainly a title to keep an eye on with Mountain Biking, Snowboarding, Skiing and Wingsuit Flying all featuring.
Watch Dogs Legion: Bloodline DLC
Watch Dogs lives on with a brand new DLC arriving on 6 July 2021.
Just Dance 2022
Yesss - although very little was given away, we know a Todrick Hall track will feature.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Upcoming Content
For the first time ever, an Assassin's Creed title will have content in its second year - with the Ubisoft teasing a potential return of Odin, and more details for the Siege of Paris DLC.
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