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TOP 5 games missing in action since E3 2022

E3 is probably officially canceled for 2022, but we’re still headed for a storm of massive showcases just in time for this summer. New announcements abound—but what about the content unveiled last year? It’s easy to overlook the whole 360—what was offered a few days ago, but there are a few no-shows that stand out when rewatched.

Here are five video games listed that were preserving a low profile since E3 2021. Whether they’ve been introduced too early, gone into repair trouble or axed in a rainy month, that’s why they’re a big deal and our biggest guess is that we’ll get them again this rainy season. Will see from


Indiana Jones

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The team responsible for Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, MassiveGames, is working on an official Indiana Jones game — which was first teased in January of last year. Given the fact that it’s been several years since the studio’s last release.

the same Wolfenstein 2, we thought we might have seen something indie-related at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase. As its place on this list confirms, we didn’t see a jot, leaving us craving a modern-day take on Doctor Jones more than ever before.

The Outer Worlds 2

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Not to be bothered by that other game about weird house exploration, The Outer Worlds 2 was nice to hear announced past E3, but they didn’t have much beyond the announcement and a brief (and sassy) CG trailer.

Aside from the initial disclosure (promising ‘New Star System, New Crew, Similar Outer Worlds’) Obsidian has kept this 1 peaceful, not allowing even the slightest depth slip on social media Is. It’s anyone’s guess how this will turn out, but we can be somewhat confident that it won’t be coming to the PS5.


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Progress is still an enigma. First announced in June 2020 and slated for a 2022 release, Capcom delayed the sci-fi game last November. Now it’s planned for next year.

but there’s no clue as to what exactly it is… Capcom’s big event this year was all Resident Evil, Resident Evil, Resident Evil and more Resident Evil with, of course, a dash of some other games. Pragya was not one of them.

Wizard with a gun

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Still a great name and a catchy trailer, but little has been revealed in the past year. All we know is that it is an isometric survival action RPG centered around swarming mages. A bit more similar to Don’t Starve aesthetically.

but far more action packed. Who needs Melf’s acid arrow if you have extremely caustic hot lead to disperse? Despite the radio silence, it’s reportedly still on track for a 2022 release, and given Devolver’s love of surprise announcements, anything can happen.


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Reyers Everwild has been under wraps for almost three years. Announced in 2019, Microsoft showed it off again the following year.

Everwild was nowhere to be seen during the big Xbox event at E3 2021, which raised eyebrows. But it quickly made sense: VGC reported that the game had been rebooted internally. Reportedly, Rare doesn’t expect it until 2024.

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