E3 2015: All the news in one place

Shenmue III, Final Fantasy VII, The Last Guardian and heaps of new IP – it's all happening in Los Angeles
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This year's E3 is off to a roaring start, with some major announcements from Microsoft, Sony, EA, Ubisoft and Bethesda.

Highlights from last night's quarter of conferences include the long-awaited Shenmue III and Final Fantasy VII Remake, plus the return of The Last Guardian, as well as a slew of new IP such as Horizon: Zero Dawn, Recore, For Honor, Ion and Sea of Thieves.

Develop covered all of the biggest announcements throughout the night, but don't worry about trawling through the newsfeed to find them all – we have all the headlines right here, and will be updating the list as the week progresses.

E3 2015: All the news

E3 2015: Bethesda aiming for 'aspirational' female characters in BattleCry

Square Enix opens new studio Tokyo RPG Factory

New Hitman focuses on user-generated content, post-release development

Platinum Games working with Square Enix on NieR 2

Amiibo gets Skylanders crossover

The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes announced

Nintendo Direct kicks off with Starfox Zero

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Guerrilla Cambridge bringing eSports to Morpheus

Final Fantasy VII Remake announced

Shock as Shenmue III heads to Kickstarter

Media Molecule teases new IP Dreams

Guerrilla Games debuts new IP Horzion: Zero Dawn

The Last Guardian makes dramatic comeback for PS4

Ghost Recon: Wildlands is the newest Tom Clancy game

Trackmania Turbo marks series debut on Xbox One, PS4

Just Dance 2016 adds smartphone control to console versions

Ubisoft BlueByte takes Anno series to space

Ubisoft unveils new IP For Honor

Surprise South Park sequel opens Ubisoft conference

Mirror's Edge Catalyst goes open-world

EA signs publishing deal with Swedish studio for new IP Unravel

Frostbite-powered Mass Effect Andromeda revealed

The Coalition shows off Gears of War 4

Microsoft working with Valve on virtual reality

Rare reveals Sea of Thieves for Xbox One

DayZ creator Dean Hall teams up with Improbable for Ion

Xbox One gets Early Access

Indie PC dev Motiga debuts Gigantic for Xbox One and Windows 10

Fallout 4 brings mods to Xbox One

Xbox One now offers Xbox 360 game backwards-compatibility

Inafune and Metroid Prime devs collaborate on Recore

Crytek developing VR-only new IP Robinson: The Journey

Fallout 4 running on next-gen version of Creation Engine

Arkane Studios chooses female lead for Dishonored 2

New online system will unite all Bethesda games

Free-to-play Fallout leads Bethesda's mobile line-up

Starbreeze unveils VR headset StarVR

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