Deep Silver tempers expectations and confirms that it won't show off three of its most-anticipated projects at E3 2021.
It's been a long time since we've heard about Dead Island 2, but the wait will continue. Publisher Deep Silver today confirmed that its subsidiaries--Dambuster Studios and Volition--won't be showing off new Dead Island 2 or Saints Row V footage or info during the upcoming Koch Primetime event at E3.
That's a pretty big bummer. Oh, and the new Metro game (which now has online multiplayer) won't be shown off either, but that's to be expected as that project is still early in development at 4A Games, who is now under Saber Interactive.
So what will we actually see?
- Hotwheels Unleashed
- Shadow Warrior 3
- After the Fall VR
- Possibly one of Flying Wild Hog's other new games
- New Warhorse game
Koch Media/Deep Silver currently oversee eight developers:
- Dambuster Studios
- Vertigo Games
- Flying Wild Hog
- Warhorse Studios
The Koch Primetime show starts on Friday, June 11 at 3PM EST.
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