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Watch Dogs: Legion announced, AMD Navi GPUs revealed and more in E3 2019 day 3

A new day and new announcements at E3 2019, and this time it has come to Ubisoft, PC and Square Enix to kick-start exciting new announcements for the latest games and economies including the new AMD Radeon RX 5700 cards, a few new Ubisoft games and more


Summary of the first day of E3 2019: New season Apex Legends, Fifa 20 details and more

Summary of the second day of E3 2019: New Xbox platform, Cyberpunk trailer with Keanu Reeves and more


First we had PC Gaming Show, which gave us a large number of new trailers and announcements.

  • Shenmue III

The long awaited sequel to the classic series has received a new trailer and launch date is November 19.

  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

A new violent demo from Paradox studio confirmed the launch of the game in the first quarter of 2020, and we got our first look at some gameplay of this vampire adventure.

  • ManEater

“It’s like GTA but you’re a shark” is the description that a Tripwire developer has talked about his new game, and we’ll let you see for yourselves.

  • Chivalry II

Despite the huge success of the game of fighting the collective swords of Mordhau, Chivalry will return to regain its title as the best collective medieval game, with new features as horseback riding and the possibility to play for 64 people at once. The game is coming exclusively for Epic Games Store in 2020.

  • Remnant: From the Ashes

A cooperative shooting game that puts players in the face of a number of monsters and demons in an exciting group adventure from the developers of Darksiders. The game will be released on August 20 this year for the computer and home platforms.

  • Valfaris

The most exciting of the Indie games that night, Big Sugar’s new action game combines classic 2D and metal in a bloody journey filled with monsters, blood and explosions.

  • AutoChess

Do not let appearances fool you This is not a normal chess game. This new title from the original DOT 2 mod manufacturers will add many levels of thrill to the classic game to make this experience unique. The game will come to the Epic Games Store (suddenly) and is being developed using the UE4 engine.

  • Borderlands 3 & Baldur’s Gate

We were looking forward to see new trailers for these titles but unfortunately we did not get that at the show itself, but we got several new details that the developers talked about in the videos above.


The PC Gaming Show was followed by the Ubisoft conference and its special announcements for the evening, which we will list the highlights of

  • Watch Dogs: Legion

First announcement at the con was the third installment of Watch Dogs, named Watch Dogs: Legion as the latest addition to the series, taking place in London, UK. The biggest and most dazzling feature of this release is the absolute freedom of the player to choose his playable character. The company has reviewed the advanced game system that allows us to select and control anyone from the game world as we want. The new version of Watch Dogs is more than just another GTA .

  • Gods & Monsters

Another new game from Ubisoft has been developed by Assassin’s Creed Odyssey development team called Gods & Monsters. The new title appears to be a mixture of Greek legends and the famous Legend of Zelda series, and although there is little detail at the moment, the teaser show has caught our attention.

  • Ghost Recon Breakpoint

The latest version of the Ghost Recon series has received a new show to give us a bigger idea of ​​the new experience in Tom Clancy’s, which you will be able to play individually this time with the introduction of artificial intelligence to replace the real players when you are not connected to the Internet.

  • Roller Champions

Another new game from Ubisoft and this time the target Rocket League competition. This collective title will give players a new style of play that combines skiing and goal-scoring, and it seems really fun.

  • The Division 2: Episode 3

A new trailer for the upcoming addition to the Division game was accompanied by a free play period from June 13 to 16, and a series-based movie released by Netflix was officially released.

  • Rainbow Six Quarantine

The latest surprise in the Ubisoft show was a Rainbow Six release called Quarantine, a collective title that puts three players in front of zombie enemies and must work together to accomplish missions and survive. The style of play is not detected but we have this teaser show at the top.


AMD Next Horizon

A few hours after the Ubisoft conference was the presentation of the AMD chipset, which revealed, as promised, the details of the graphics cards coming from the Navi series, including its video game performance, price and launch date.

The new graphics cards are based on the all-new RDNA architecture and 7nm manufacturing technology, which is only two versions for the current time: Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT. The goal here was to perform better than Nvidia’s RTX 2060 and RTX 2070 in the same price category, and that seems to be what we’re going to get.

The RX 5700, which is designed to compete with the RTX 2060, will come at $ 379 while the RX 5700 XT comes in defiance of the RTX 2070 for $ 449. Despite the convergence of the price of 5700 and 2060, However, the difference between 5700 XT and 2070 exceeds $ 100 and a similar performance. Both cards will be released on July 7 along with the new Zen 2 processors.

Speaking of the Zen 2 processors, a number of new tests have been reviewed that show performance relative to Intel processors in performance, with a clear superiority in multi-core and live broadcast. Ryzen 9 3900X easily outperforms rival i9-9900K in Division 2 while playing and maintains 98% Of the tires compared to only 2.1% for Intel.

A number of new technologies have also been introduced including FidelityFX, which keeps the details of the image from losing and contributes to its increase with little impact on the frame rate, as this feature will come within the upcoming Radeon updates. The new Radeon Anti-LAG (RAL) technology has also been unveiled to the e-sports audience to reduce latency between input and image display by 15 to 35%.

The latest surprise was the discovery of the new Ryzen 9 3950X processor, which offers 16 core processors, 32 processing threads running only 105W, 4.7GHz and 72 MB of cache, all for just $ 749, easily overcoming the lowest-priced processors from the competition.


Here we have reached the end of the highlights of the third day of E3 2019. We will cover what happened at Square Enix in another separate article and we will wait for the fourth and final day with Nintendo and more.



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Sam Edge

A passionate gamer who loves to try all kinds of games , has no problem to go back and play some retro classic games between a time and another as he still thinks it was the golden era of the industry . Always up-to-date with the latest gaming news and technologies.

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