E3 isn’t a recognition contest—wait, sorry, strike that. We’ve only been told E3 is in fact a recognition contest. And, given each competition needs a winner, let’s figure out a empirically-proved leader of E3 2018.
Using some intensely unscientific methodology, we’ve ranked the games of E3 2018 according to a YouTube perspective depends of their categorical E3 trailers, including both central video posts and reposts from vital outlets. As we review this, a numbers will already be out of date and a stats are difficult by games for that there are mixed trailers and those that got live gameplay demos, but, look—we only wanted to put a many renouned trailers of E3 2018 all in one place, and that place is here:
1. Cyberpunk 2077
With around 13.5 million views opposite mixed reposts of a trailer, Cyberpunk 2077‘s cinematic montage was apparently the trailer of E3 2018. CD Projekt RED chose not to recover open gameplay footage, instead display it behind sealed doors, though we were pretty damn impressed by what we saw.
2. Fallout 76
With over 9.8 million views, Fallout 76 comes in second—not, perhaps, since it is a many sparkling diversion of E3, though since it’s entrance shortly and there’s a lot of oddity around Bethesda’s proceed to online presence for a traditionally singleplayer RPG series.
3. The Elder Scrolls 6
We combined adult over 7 million YouTube views for The Elder Scrolls 6, though a teaser being so short, we can substantially find a few million some-more between Twitter and other platforms. It substantially still wouldn’t obscure Cyberpunk, though deliberation that all we see is a bird’s eye perspective of some mountains, that’s flattering impressive. Bethesda got millions of people to demeanour during a anticipation homogeneous of a National Geographic Channel.
4. FIFA 19
With over 5.5 million views, FIFA 19 has reliable that a many renouned competition in a universe is utterly popular.
5. Doom Eternal
The warn exhibit of a new Doom diversion brought in over 5.4 million views. There is clearly some-more fad over a Doom diversion than a Halo diversion in this, a year two-thousand and eighteen.
6. Halo Infinite
With some-more than 4.5 million views, people are clearly vehement about a Chief’s return. Though if we were alive in a early 2000s, when Halo was a religion, it feels assumed that it isn’t all anyone is articulate about. Apparently things change over time. Who knew?
7. Battlefield 5
The Battlefield 5 multiplayer trailer captivated over 3.7 million pairs of eyeballs, though this is where a methodology unequivocally fails us—the many renouned BF5 videos weren’t a trailers, though a gameplay footage posted by Nvidia and renouned YouTubers.
Add a few million some-more to Anthem’s roughly 2.7 million trailer views if we embody a gameplay demo. It seems folks are extraordinary about what Anthem is all about, though carrying seen it final year there’s a bit reduction hum this time around. It’s Destiny, though BioWare—we get it.
9. Devil May Cry 5
Devil May Cry 5 pulled in around 2.5 million views, proof that Dante and organisation still have their charms.
10. Forza Horizon 4
Over 1.9 million views creates Microsoft’s adorned racer a second biggest sports diversion of a show, violence out NBA Live 19 and, some-more narrowly, Madden NFL 19—though both have outrageous fanbases that E3 doesn’t entirely pull from.
11. Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 2 brought in about 1.4 million views (mostly not on a central video post), though a extended gameplay footage also grabbed a integrate million.
12. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey’s cinematic trailer grabbed over 1.1M views, though it’s value observant that A) Ubisoft has opposite YouTube accounts for each country, and B) a gameplay footage display off a rumored discourse choices was noticed lots, too. That said, it’s distinct that 13 million people aren’t rushing to find out some-more about a subsequent Assassin’s Creed—they competence play it, though it’s mostly a famous quantity, since Cyberpunk has a advantage of mystery.
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