The ongoing Devolver Digital E3 saga continues. Traditionally one of the highlights of E3 season, expecting some stylish sleek looking indies that I’ll be wanting to splash cash on, equally expecting plenty of tongue in cheek humour that’ll more than likely take jabs at the pandemic year we all suffered.
Before the big show kicks off, we get a glimpse at Shadow Warrior 3 gameplay.
The show kicks off with a recap of the previous Devolver E3 conferences.
And with a meeting room discussing a Devolver Cinematic Universe, which gets thrown out of the room really quickly. The next big idea is monetization as a service. Devolver Max Pass +. Our first premium purchase game is shown. Trek to Yomi coming in 20
Straight to our next premium purchase game Phantom Abyss, Coming June 22.
Onto our next 2 games for Max Pass + survivors errr subscribers. Wizard with a Gun up first coming 2022 on Switch. Followed by Deaths Door, coming July 20th.
Inscryption coming 2021 is our next game. An interesting game that looked like a card game but took a dark turn.
A mobile game coming out. Devolver Tumble Time.
They next announce a physical only game releasing in partnership with Special Reserve Games (who they have a long time relation with). Demon Throttle.
And the presentation finishes with some amazing shade thrown at NFTs. What a great show and change of pace from Ubi prior to it.