Some E3 2021 Games Are Already Available To Play For Free

Some E3 2021 Games Are Already Available To Play For Free
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Joseph Kime

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15th Jun 2021 15:17

E3 2021 so far has been great for exciting and eclectic game announcements. Xbox revealed some big details on some indie titles and their new flagship games, Eidos Montreal unveiled the controversial Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy; and we’re not even finished yet. Even with more to come, it’s been an excellent event so far. And before we’ve even seen the last of the show, some games are already made available for the consumer to try out, completely for free.

E3 Games Already Have Live Demos

As part of a new event developed by [email protected], a lot of games revealed at Summer Game Fest as E3 kicked off are available to try right now in demo form. The art of the demo seems to be a lost one, as we can now simply play games whenever we see fit - but it’s worth noting that these demos aren’t traditional.

The original blog post on the Xbox website announcing these demos suggests that these are more like “show floor demos” than they are akin to something you’d find on a demo disk for the early PlayStation. They’re not entirely indicative of the final product of the game, but still - it’s exciting to get a hold of some of these games early, even if they’re smaller builds.

Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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It’s worth noting that these demos will only be available for a week, starting today on June 15 and ending on June 21, so make sure you get them downloaded quick if they tickle your fancy!

The Free Games Coming To [email protected]’s Demo Push

Among the games already revealed, there’s a few that have just been announced to be coming to Xbox, along with the demos being available as a part of the big push alongside Summer Game Fest. Here are the previously unannounced titles;

  • Arietta of Spirits (Third Spirit Games)
  • BattleCakes (Volcano Bean)
  • Button City (Subliminal)
  • Catlateral Damage: Remeowstered (Manekoware)
  • Dreamers (PlaySys)
  • Faraday Protocol (Red Koi Box)
  • Get Packed: Fully Loaded (Coatsink)

Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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  • Paint the Town Red (South East Games)
  • Tanknarok (Polyblock Studio)
  • The Strange Story of Brian Fisher: Chapter 2 (Intetic)
  • The Tale of Bistun (Black Cube Games)
  • Wreck Out (Four5Six)

Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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And if that wasn’t enough, here’s the other titles that are available to try out right now:

  • A Juggler’s Tale (kaleidoscube)
  • Antipole DX (Saturnine Games)
  • Black Book (Morteshka)
  • Clone Drone in the Danger Zone (Doborog)
  • Clouzy! (Tinymoon)

Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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  • ConnecTank (YummyYummyTummy)
  • Death Trash (Crafting Legends)
  • Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room (Good Gate Media)
  • Echo Generation (Cococucumber)
  • GodStrike (Overpowered)
  • Justice Sucks: Recharged (Samurai Punk)
  • Lake (Gaminous)
  • Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (Skyhook Games)
  • Mad Streets (Craftshop)
  • Mayhem Brawler (Hero Concept)
  • Princess Farmer (Samobee Games)
  • Sable (Shedworks)

Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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  • Sail Forth (David Evans Games)
  • Strings Theory (BeautifulBee)
  • Teacup (Smarto Club)
  • The Eternal Cylinder (ACE Team)
  • The Riftbreaker (EXOR Studios)
  • Trigger Witch (Rainbite)
  • Tunic (Isometricorp)

Games From E3 With Demos Right Now
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E3 has been a big deal so far for announcements, but now you have a mass of 40 games to try out for yourself. For a presentation that’s entirely digital, this is a surprising degree of interactivity, and we can’t wait to give these games a spin ourselves.

Images via Polyblock Studio, Four5Six, Tinymoon, Gaminous, Shedworks, Isometricorp

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