Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2014 is just around the corner, so here’s a final round-up of rumors before the expo kicks-off on June 9 at the Los Angeles Convention center.
Games-wise, Sony is expected to unveil details about Uncharted 4 and Gran Turismo 6 for the PlayStation 4, as well as details about a new title from Media Molecule and a new RPG from Guerrilla Games.
Sony also has a Last of Us remake, and yet more remakes could be announced.
Things could get interesting in the console and hardware department. Sony could elaborate more about the Morpheus, a virtual reality device that works as well as the Oculus Rift, and might reveal a Morpheus title. Expect some PS4/PS Vita cross-play titles to be thrown out, now that Sony has announced a PS4/PS Vita bundle.
Sony could also release more details about the Playstation Now, a streaming game service for the PS4 and PS3 that utilizes cloud-based technology.
FIFA 15 is almost certainly going to be announced at E3. Expect a full trailer to be shown.
Star Wars: Battlefront could also be shown at E3, along with a possible Mass Effect 4 trailer.
EA could surprise with a Need For Speed title, as well as a Visceral/BioWare-developed Star Wars game.
Nintendo Enthusiast has leaked a photo of a “Mario Maker” booth on the E3 floor, and if its not just a one-off gimmick, expect it to be announced at E3.
Also, given that Nintendo France said that the upcoming Super Smash Bros. is going to take advantage of the Wii U’s NFC capabilities, expect more details about the figurines to be announced at E3.
Other than having new trailers for Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix could release details of Bravely Second.
There’s also a chance that the Japanese company is publishing action MMO Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade, as well as a new Tomb Raider game. Other rumored E3 reveal titles include Just Cause 3, a new Hitman title, a new Deus Ex title, Dragon Quest XI, and Triad Wars.
Ubisoft is almost certainly going to unveil Assassin’s Creed: Unity, and Far Cry 4 during the press conference slot.
Given the general lack of details, Ubisoft might or might not reveal at bit more about Assassin’s Creed: Comet, a last-gen title.
Other rumored games that could be revealed include a new Prince of Persia title, Beyond Good & Evil 2, and Rainbox Six: Patriots.