May 26, 2017 08:42 AM EDT
The Biggest Rumored Games Of E3 2017 [VIDEO]
The E3 2017 event is one of the most awaited in the video game industry. This year, fans are looking forward to what game titles and other surprises await them. Here are a few games that are rumored to be released or announced during the event.
Earlier this year, a leaked job listing in Japanese described a QA position for Psycho Break 2, which is the Japanese release title for the Evil Within. The job description also indicated the employment period for the said position which is April 10 to October 31. This means the game could have a potential 2017 fall release.
According to an insider, Microsoft will unveil a partnership with a large AAA game which they will announce during the E3 2017 event. Although he did not reveal other details about it, it can be remembered that Phil Spencer said earlier that 2017 will be a year full of new game titles for Xbox One players and that it will be announced during the E3.
Instead of making a direct announcement during the E3 event, there are rumors that Nintendo might have a Direct presentation during the event, which many suspects as Pokemon Stars. The reason for this speculation comes when NeoGAF user Cerium pointed out that there's an empty spot on the Nintendo Direct archives suggesting an upcoming announcement
Bethesda already sent out its invites to the E3 2017 event hinting at two projects that haven't been announced yet. However, many are predicting that one of these will be Wolfenstein: The New Colossus.
There's every reason to believe why it's possible to see the game title at the E3 2017 event. Brian Bloom, who provided the voice for the protagonist hinted of a Wolfenstein sequel. So does Bethesda's Pete Hines who said that the game company is working on something that's "F$%^*g bananas."
A list of confirmed games listed on the Latest News Explorer that Splinter Cell is one of the game titles Ubisoft will release during the E3 2017 event along with Assassin's Creed and Beyond Good & Evil.
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