Here’s Everything You Missed at IGN Expo 2021

IGN hosted its own presentation this evening: IGN Expo 2021.

With a range of new announcements and looks at upcoming games, it provided over an hour’s worth of gaming goodness. We got some brand new reveals as well as updates on games we’ve been looking forward to for a whlie.

Missed it? Don’t worry – we’ve rounded up everything that was shown off during the show. Read on to see what you missed.

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  • Mortal Shell is getting DLC. The Virtuous Cycle is coming soon to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S & PC.
  • From Survios, we got a look at an upcoming boxing game: Big Rumble Creed Champions Boxing. “It’s the biggest rumble of the year”, it says. It’s coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch on 3rd September.
  • A new trailer for Frogwares’ Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One was shown. It’s coming soon, apparently.
  • Survival Machine announced. It’s coming to Steam in 2022.
  • Doki Doki Literature Club Plus announced for Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC. It features new side stories, enhanced visuals, additional music tracks and more. It launches June 30th.
  • We got another look at Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, announced at last night’s Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live! Main quest is to defeat Dragon Lord, and it will have repeatable endgame content. Players will create their own characters. And of course, there will be lots of loot. No grenades, but now you have spells. It’s a game within a game. A brand new adventure in Tina’s mind, based on Bunkers and Badasses.
  • We got another trailer for Sifu, first announced earlier this year. It’s a 3D action brawler game with an underground neon vibe. It’s coming soon to PS4, PS5 and Epic Game Store.
  • Wild West Dynasty’s trailer got us excited by showing us LEGO bricks – alas this isn’t a LEGO game, but its developers did use bricks (and clay and moulds) to help plot out its environments. It’s a wild west game coming to Steam soon.
  • Next up was another trailer for Olli Olli World, which was first revealed earlier this year. We love its art style. It’s coming to all consoles and PC this winter.
  • World War Z: Aftermath is coming later this year to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. It’s either a sequel, or an enhanced, extended edition. We’re not quite sure, but we’re down for more World War Z action.
  • Dark adventure game, Bramble: The Mountain King announced. It’s coming 2022.
  • Skatebird is coming to Switch, Xbox One and PC on August 12th. It features skateboarding birds. Surely that’s all you need to know.
  • Humble Bundle presents Unpacking, a game about… you guessed it, unpacking. Unpack and arrange items, then take pictures of them. It’s coming to PC and Switch.
  •  We got another look at Two Point Campus, which was revealed during last night’s Summer Game Fest stream. It’s not your usual university though – you can study to become a knight, and that means jousting and chivalry lessons. Cool. It’s coming to PC and consoles in 2022.
  • The Forgotten City shown, based on the award-winning mod. Coming to Steam on 28th July.
  • Next up was Disciples: Liberation, an isometric action strategy RPG. It’s dark, filled with magic, and has ridiculously huge character-building trees. It’s coming soon to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
  • We got an in-depth look at Tunic.
  • Core Keeper was next, a retro-styled adventure game about exploring dungeons, expanding your camp and taking on dangerous enemies. It’s coming to Steam Early Access in late 2021.
  • We got a look at the very bizarre-looking Inkulinati, coming soon for PC.
  • Music battling game Audio Clash: Battle of the Bands announced. It’s coming Q3 this year.
  • Up next was Blacktail, a creepy-looking action game with a fairytale slant. Wander through a dark forest and hunt your prey with a bow. Coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC this winter.
  • Serenity Forge’s Death’s Gambit is getting new levels, bosses, talents  and weapons, as well as an expanded world and multiple endings. Death’s Gambit Afterlife is the name of the enhanced edition.
  • TinyBuild gave us a trailer for Black Skylands next, a top-down action-packed shooter with building elements. We’ve covered this earlier in its development, so you can read our thoughts by clicking here. It’s coming to Early Access on 9th July. 
  • Steelrising announced, a rather cool-looking Medieval-meets-metal action game. Developed by Spiders, it’s coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and Steam. 
  • We got a quick look at Unbound: Worlds Apart, coming on 28th July. There’s a demo available right now on Switch.
  • Up next was Broken Pieces, a sci-fi adventure with apocalyptic themes, filled with puzzles and exploration. It’s coming Q2 2022 to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
  • First-person horror game Martha is Dead shown. It’s coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.  
  • Space shooter Haunted Space got a trailer next. Face off against some giant spacecraft, and customise your own ship along the way.  It’s coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and Steam. 
  • A new trailer for Chernobilyte, the action-horror game set in Chernobyl’s exclusion zone was shown. It’s coming to PC and consoles in July.

You can see the stream for yourself in the video below.

See all our E3 2021 and Summer Game Fest coverage by clicking here.