This week was the new edition of E3 with a fully digital version. Since Saturday, a large part of the video game industry has met to unveil the future hits that players will have the joy of discovering on PC and consoles. Ubisoft, Xbox / Bethesda, Square Enix, Namco Bandai or even Nintendo and Capcom, the week was rich in announcements, surprises, but also disappointments and frustrations for some.

After four intense and lively days, the ESA (Entertainment Software Association), the organizers of E3 concluded this 2021 edition with a ceremony to reward the best games of the show. Here is the list of winners!

15 categories, 15 winners at E3 2021

Expectation E3 2021

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Like every year, the ESA rewarded the studios which offered us a preview of their next games. This year, 15 categories therefore won 15 games.

  • Most Anticipated Game from Ubisoft: Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope
  • Gearbox’s most anticipated game: Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
  • Xbox / Bethesda’s Most Anticipated Game: Halo: Infinite
  • Square Enix’s Most Anticipated Game: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
  • PC Gaming Show’s Most Anticipated Game: Songs of Conquest
  • Most Anticipated Game of the Future Games Show: Immortality
  • Most Anticipated Game from Intellivision: Dolphin quest
  • Most Anticipated Game from Mythical Games:
  • Most Anticipated Indie Game: Falling Frontier
  • Freedom Games’ Most Anticipated Game: Airborne Kingdom
  • Capcom’s most anticipated game: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles
  • Nintendo’s most anticipated game: Zelda Breath of the Wild 2
  • Most Anticipated Game from Yooreka Studio Game: Loopmancer
  • Best presentation: Xbox and Bethesda Showcase
  • Most anticipated game of the show: Forza Horizon 5

Awards from several journalists from IGN, GameSpot, PC Gamer and GamesRadar +. Concretely, no winner since all the games on the list only got one prize. Forza Horizon 5 is still the most anticipated game of the show (it will arrive on November 9 on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and Day One in Game Pass).

Microsoft can leave with its head held high and worthy the winner of this E3 2021 with the best conference and two titled games: Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5.