We ponder whether 'Destiny 2' has a shot at being the biggest game of the year, and why 'Infinite Warfare' flopped
After we so confidently predicted on last week's podcast that Destiny 2 couldn't possibly be released this year, Activision went and announced that the game would be out before the end of the year. We discuss what we know about it so far, what the next "traditional combat' Call of Duty from Sledgehammer Games might be, and ponder what the three virtual reality games that Valve has said it's making might be (our bet: something Portal.)
Also this week: E3 2017 is going to be open to the public, and on Monday you have a shot at buying one of 15,000 tickets for $250 ($150 if you get in early) – we talk about what you can expect see if you're lucky enough to go, and how it might compare to events like PAX, Gamescom or other big gaming events.
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