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IGN published this video item, entitled “PS5 & Xbox Series X: E3 2021 Predictions – Next-Gen Console Watch” – below is their description.
Welcome back to Next-Gen Console Watch, our show following all the news and rumors on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series. This week, we prepare for E3 season with our own predictions of what we’d like to see during the next event! Will we be seeing more of Horizon: Forbidden West? Will Microsoft drop new gameplay footage on the upcoming Forza games? Will Elden Ring still remain as mysterious as it’s always been? It’s anyone’s guess. Let’s dive into our E3 2021 predictions!
Also, poll results from last week!
00:00 – Intro
00:56 – E3 2021 Predictions
04:15 – What About PSVR?
05:55 – Too Early for a New Spider-Man?
07:11 – What Third Party PS5 Exclusives Might Be Shown?
08:37 – Xbox Has More to Prove this E3
10:03 – How Big Will Bethesda Go at E3?
12:41 – What Already Announced Xbox Exclusives Will We See?
14:36 – Will We See More Perfect Dark?
15:21 – Will We See More Elden Ring?
16:30 – Gotham Knights & Hogwart’s Legacy
17:42 – Mass Effect Legendary Edition: PS5 vs Xbox
19:51 – Poll Results and Outro
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