Vice president and co-founder of Epic Games Mark Rein recently tweeted about what he expects to see at this year’s E3 2013. Not that he’s letting slip any precious info, instead relying on the trends seen in past events, but it’s still pretty significant.
We’ll also see lots of great PC-specific and mobile games. Those areas have been growing steadily at the past few E3 events.
— Mark Rein (@MarkRein) May 28, 2013
We already know that CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be shown behind closed doors to the press at E3 2013 in what will be the first gameplay footage of the game thus far. Other notable PC titles include Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Origins, the multiplayer reveal of Battlefield 4, more of Call of Duty: Ghosts, Watch_Dogs and many other titles.
Hopefully we’ll be seeing some Unreal Engine 4 games like Thief in action as well.
It’s the mobile games that are interesting, see as how the market isn’t one that relies on established franchises as much – discounting titles like Angry Birds – and always brings something new and unique to the party. E3 2013 will taking place at the Los Angeles convention center on June 11th to 13th.