As this year’s E3 event is over, we thought that it would be ideal to finish off the week with some E3 games to play this weekend. Sony, Microsoft, and Ubisoft all revealed games during the week which are available right now to play.  Here are some E3 games to play this weekend.


Halo Wars 2

The much-anticipated sequel to the Halo Wars series has been delayed until 2017, but that does not mean that you cannot play the game right now. Microsoft has released an open beta on Xbox One which you can download today and play. The beta will run until next week 21 June 2016.

Halo Wars follows a traditional top-down Command and Conquer battle style which brings classic tactical gameplay to the Halo Universe.

Resident Evil 7

Resident Evil 7 was announced during the Sony media briefing at E3 this past week, and while the reveal was a complete surprise, Sony also revealed that a free demo would accompany the reveal. You can download the demo today on PS4. The demo showcases the new direction in which the game is heading in. Capcom has abandoned the action mechanics and has rather gone back to its survival roots.

The demo will not be available in the main game when it releases next January, so take it as a free experience which is exclusive to the demo.

Trails of the Blood Dragon

Trials of the Blood Dragon is Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Trials series. The game is a mixture of Far Cry: Blood Dragon, which is an over-the-top FPS, and Trials Fusion, which is the track racing game. With the two games merging, Ubisoft has created one hilarious racing game that sees you going from a typical off-road vehicle to a mine cart and racing by foot.

The game is available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC today. No it is not free like the other two games on this list, but totally worth the price.