The Best Trailers From E3 2016

This year’s E3 was packed with an assortment of exciting trailers for the newest games. Whether they were put together using full-CG or in-game graphics, it’s difficult to deny the quality of each. Below you can find some of our top trailer picks from E3 2016.

What was your favorite trailer from the show? Let us know in the comments below. For more E3 2016 trailers, check our our roundups of the best trailers from each big press conference in the following links:

Dishonored 2

Dishonored 2 offers a stylish, atmospheric look at some of the places we can expect to see and visit in the upcoming stealth-action game. Whether we choose to be Corvo Attano or Emily Kaldwin, this trailer has us excited for the adventures to come.

Death Stranding

The trailer for Hideo Kojima’s newest project, Death Stranding, couldn’t be any more ambiguous. Its evocative imagery captivated us, pulling us into its seemingly bleak world.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

The new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild finally gave us a look at the expansive and diverse lands within the newest iteration of Hyrule. There’s a limitless realm of possibility that stands front and center in every shot, which has us excited for the day we get to eventually set forth on this game’s expansive adventure.

God of War

We always get excited when a game grows up or when it decides to take a step in a different direction; the gameplay trailer for the newest God of War has stirred those feelings within us. With its somber mood, new combat mechanics, and aged protagonist, we can’t help but re-watch this trailer over and over again.

Sea of Thieves

The new E3 trailer for Rare’s Sea of Thieves gave us a look at what we can expect from its pirate-centric multiplayer experience. Life out on the open sea couldn’t look more alluring.

Battlefield 1

Battlefield 1‘s E3 trailer takes us back to the past, framing its World War I battles in the series’ signature high-octane action. Its focus on exciting all-out war made it one of the most captivating trailers to watch at this year’s show.

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