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The Biggest E3 2021 tinyBuild Announcements


Yesterday’s PC Gaming Show at E3 2021 paid host to a number of new titles from indie darling tinyBuild. Catch up on their suite of games with our recap post.

Tinykin

Coming in 2022, players will have to catch hundreds of creatures with the release of Splashteam’s Tinykin. Each has their own unique powers that can create bridges, ladders, and explosions, all of which can be used to bring Milo back to his home planet.

You can find the game on Steam here.

Hello Neighbor 2

A stealth horror title about digging up your creepy neighbor’s secrets, Eerie Guests’ Hello Neighbor 2 changes things up by featuring an AI-controlled Neighbor that learns from players.

You can find the game on Steam here.

RAWMEN

Players will be able to channel their “souperiority” and unleash culinary devastation with the release of RAWMEN. Coming this year to PC and consoles, this title is a multiplayer arena shooter with support for up to eight players.

You can find the game on Steam here.

Source: Press Release
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A title by Goichi "Suda51" Suda, Shinji MIkami, and Q Hayashida, Grasshopper Manufacture and NetEase's Shadows of the Damned: Hella Remastered is set to release on October 31 for both PC and consoles.
Players will be able to join the ASCENDANT Beta Squad and get a first look at the explosive 3v3v3v3 FPS action of the title with the Open Beta that kicks off August 3.
Versusia will make her way to Arc System Works and CyGames’ Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising on August 20 as part of the Version 1.50 patch.

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