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E3 2015: 5 Games we really want to see
Next week the E3 convention starts in Los Angeles. From June 16-18 we’ll get lots of gaming news and developers are eager to present their new games there. We compiled a list of the 5 games we are looking forward to see more about at this year’s E3.
The first entry in our list is a game that has already been released. But as you can read in this article, Assetto Corsa keeps on releasing splendid updates.
Assetto Corsa is an amazing racing simulation that lets you drive high end cars on real tracks like the Nürburgring. The realism in this game is unmatched and every racing fan should really try Assetto Corsa out.
What we’re eager to see is what they will present at this year’s E3. Will it be another Dream Pack expansion? Can we race on more real life tracks? We want to know!
No Man’s Sky
This game has been announced some E3’s ago. The release date is still set for this year, so we expect some serious information about No Man’s Sky this time.
I guess we’re all wondering, will they really pull it off? A game of this scale is impressive to say the least. Is it technically possible to have a universe so large that you will never be able to explore it all?
Something else we’d like to know is, when will it come out? Delaying release dates seems to be fashionable these days but nobody is a big fan of that. Will No Man’s Sky really come out this year?
Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst
Although EA announced the sequel of Mirror’s Edge some 2 years ago, we still don’t know much about the game. It is known that Faith, the main character, will have a broader move set and some new abilities, but that is about it.
It would be great to see some actual gameplay footage at E3 2015, so we get an idea of what to expect. Knowing EA, they will consider some cutscenes as gameplay though. We keep our hopes up high anyways.
Mass Effect 4
No more commander Shepard, so now what? There have been some rumors about what to expect from Mass Effect 4, but nothing really concrete.
At E3 2015 we might get to know what the story of Mass Effect 4 will be about. Since the trilogy about commander Shepard was a great one, we are sure that Mass Effect 4 will be a successful game as well, no matter what story they chose.
There were complaints about the graphics when Bethesda released the announcement trailer of Fallout 4 last month. Still, the Fallout series is has given us many hours of pleasure and it is too soon to write off a game just by the looks of the announcement trailer.
The good news is, there’s already a trailer so it’s very likely they’ll show more footage during their E3 2015 presentation on Sunday evening.
More about E3 2015
We’ll give you live coverage of this year’s E3. We’ll cover all the press conferences of the big distributors on Monday, and keep you up to date with all the developments during the convention. So keep an eye on this site!
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