E3 2016: Tuesday’s Biggest News

E3 unofficially began earlier this week with the wealth of press conferences held by various game companies, but Tuesday marks the first day that the event itself kicks off. Below you can find all of the biggest news announced today.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Nintendo made it clear its presence at E3 would primarily come in the form of its next Zelda game, and it did not disappoint.

  • New Zelda Game Gets Official Title–Nintendo has announced the official title for its upcoming Wii U and NX Zelda game at E3 2016.
  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U and NX Will Be the Same–It looks like there’ll be no major changes between the two versions of the game.
  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild Doesn’t Require the Wii U’s GamePad–You can play the new Zelda with a Pro Controller.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Hands-on Impressions–Check out what we think of our time spent playing the new game.

For everything else, check out our full recap of all of today’s Zelda news.

Previewing the Games

We got to check out a ton of the games on display at E3. Here’s what we think.

  • Watch Dogs 2 Embraces Its Inner Grand Theft Auto
  • Ghost Recon: Wildlands Feels Like It Should Borrow More From Other Ubisoft Games
  • Ubisoft’s Open-World Action Sports Game Is a Challenging Thrill
  • 22 Things We Learned About Persona 5
  • Why You Should Play Kingdom Hearts 2.8

Everything Else

  • The Last Guardian Collector’s Edition Revealed–Get a statue, steelbook case, and more.
  • Here Are For Honor’s Special Editions–Get some DLC with your vikings.
  • Watch Dogs 2 Game Director Confirms Non-Lethal Playthroughs–All of the open world, none of the murder.
  • New God of War Set After Third Game, Won’t Be Open World–God of War’s gameplay has been rebuilt from the ground up.
  • Kingdom Hearts PS4 Collection Not Ruled Out–It’s still possible we’ll get a PS4 collection of the previous Kingdom Hearts games.

For a roundup of everything earlier this week, check out our recaps of the biggest news from Sundayand Monday.