E3 was forced to skip 2020 for obvious and understandable reasons, but finally, it’s almost time for it to return. The biggest names in the industry will soon be coming together once again for reveals, announcements, and updates in a single week of concentrated hype, and the excitement is certainly ramping up as that week approaches. Rumours, speculation, and leaks go hand-in-hand with E3, and there’s been plenty of that going around lately- so here, we’re going to talk about fifteen big games that have been rumoured (or at least speculated) to make an appearance at the event next month.
Let’s start with the obvious one. Starfield was announced way back in 2018, and though there’s been little to no updates on the game since then, it’s hard to shake the feeling that it’s finally time for Bethesda to pull back the curtain and show us what this game is. Countless reports have suggested that Starfield will indeed be one of the games to take the stage at Microsoft’s E3 show, and really, we don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t. This one feels like a sureshot- here’s hoping we get to see plenty of gameplay.