One of the biggest events in gaming industry happens next month. The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 for short) is set to reveal some of the biggest games for PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and more. Now, we'll tell you what are the titles that will be announced at this year's E3 event.
Just like the previous year, the gaming conference will take place in the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown LA. It kicks off on June 14 and ends two days later on June 16.
Virtual reality games will be introduced at the conference. Gamers could hear more news from Sony about PlayStation VR as well as announcements from Facebook-owned Oculus for the latest titles of Rift headset.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is one of the most anticipated games this year. Game developer Activision and Infinity Ward are expected to announce the game's beta program at E3 on stage with Sony. Activision has confirmed the game will be released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The upcoming shooter game is said to have an advanced movement and weapons that shoot projectiles instead of lasers. In addition, the battles are set in a futuristic setting.
Rumors around the Internet claims Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta will be launched in August, and the full game will hit gaming shelves on November 4.
For FIFA 17, Electronic Arts (EA) is set to announce the game at the E3 2016. The current FIFA 16 had a demo in the gaming conference, so it is expected EA will also conduct demos for the upcoming FIFA 17.
In the last three consecutive years, EA released the FIFA video game in September. Gamers believe the game developer will also roll out the game in September this year. iDigital Times reported the new installment in the soccer simulation game will introduce improved matchmaking features, making it easier for players to find each other.
Interestingly, Bethesda might give more details about the much-anticipated Elder Scrolls 6 at the E3 2016. There are also rumors that say Bethesda will release trailer for the upcoming game. The next installment in the Elder Scrolls series is rumored to be set in Argonia, one of the nine provinces of Tamriel.
Nintendo will also make big announcements at next month's E3 conference. Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime will host the presentation which will broadcast on YouTube and Nintendo's own E3 website. The Japanese game developer will also have a day-long demo for The Legend of Zelda on Wii U.
Aside from Legend of Zelda, Nintendo might show off its next gaming platform, codenamed NX.
With that said, let's expect more updates will be revealed before the E3 conference. Stay tuned for more information.