After a week of big announcements, reveals, and trailers, E3 2018 has come to a close. Every big press conference is over, and we’ve finally seen everything we possibly can across the weeklong event. There was more than enough to get excited about, but at the same time, there were some moments that were lacking.
In this feature we go over our favorite parts of E3 2018, a few of the things we wish some of the companies could’ve done differently, and a handful of the biggest games. This is the spot for an analysis of the major things from the show, where we discuss what went well and what went wrong.
Some of the biggest moments stemmed from high-profile game reveals; others came from the companies pushing for better representation. But where there were amazing highs, there were some debilitating lows. A selection of well-known upcoming games were missing, and some poor logistical decisions lead to stilted press conferences.
Despite all this, there was plenty of exciting news from many of the biggest companies at this year’s E3. To get more information about all of announcements, check out all of the news from the press conference, all of the best trailers, and a list of all the new games announced. Otherwise, be sure to keep checking back for all of GameSpot’s remaining E3 coverage.
What were some of your favorite moments at E3? What do you think could’ve gone better? And what about your most anticipated games? Let us know in the comments below.