E3 2016 Predictions

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E3 starts today!! It’s the most wonderful time of the year and I can’t wait to see what happens. I couldn’t wait so much that I had to make a list of what I think will be announced and shown. Here it is, broken up by each conference. Have a look and tell me what you think!

EAelectronic-arts

Mass Effect Andromeda given Spring 2017 release date

Peggle 3 confirmed for Xbox One

Titanfall 2 October 28, 2016, release date

Amy Henning’s Star Wars game revealed

Publish a small indie game for consoles in 2016

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Dishonored 2 given October 2016 release date

Skyrim Remastered announced for next gen

Xbox

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At least 20 Whitey McStubblies shown

Below gets August 2016 release date

Oculus/Xbox partnership announced

Announce free awesome system feature announced and available now

BioShock collection for next gen summer release

UbiSoftUbisoft

Far Cry 5 announced.

Watch Dogs 2 gameplay trailer.

Brief Assassin’s Creed mention.

South Park FBW September 13, 2016.

Rayman pls ❤ ❤ ❤

PlayStation

God of War 4 announcedPrint

Sly Cooper 5 announced

Sony Bend’s new game announced coming Fall 2016

PSN ID change announced

PlayStation VR will be given a 10-minute segment and with a new first party exclusive game

That was my humble attempt at predicting what the big studios and publishers will announce, we’ll see in the next coming days how much I get right (more like how much I get wrong). Thanks for reading, what do you want from E3 2016? Let me know in the comments!

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