Please Be Real: The Games We Really Hope are at E3 this Year


Please Be Real: The Games We Really Hope are at E3 this Year

Anything could be true, everything is permitted.

| June 11, 2018

Devil May Cry 5

Odds of being at E3: 75%

Eagle-eyed watchers at ResetEra have spotted a domain registration for from none other than Capcom, and that’s been taken to mean that a new Devil May Cry is a sure thing, especially when social media sees one the series’ voice regulars making playful use of hashtags like #E3. All we know is that Capcom definitely has plans, and it’s just a matter of when they reveal them.



Odds of being at E3: 25%

A lucrative franchise like Diablo never stays quiet for too long, even when the end of the last game makes it difficult to imagine where the story could go next. In recent years, job listings have been posted in association with Diablo, such as a game director who could, “lead the series into the future,” and a dungeon artist, “passionate about the working on the dark gothic world of Diablo.”


Cyberpunk 2077

Odds of being at E3: 95%

Announced nearly six years ago, Cyberpunk 2077 has been coasting its hype on the back of a single, albeit very awesome, trailer. Developer CD Projekt already has the adoration of fans thanks to Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt and a “can do no wrong” rep for its consumer-facing attitudes towards DLC and DRM, and that has ensured a continuous buildup of anticipation.


Square Enix’s The Avengers Project

Odds of being at E3: 88%

Despite the success of Marvel characters on the big screen, their presence in videogames has been sadly limited to free-to-play mobile games and browser-based distractions. The Avengers Project is being developed by a joint task force made up of Crystal Dynamics (Tomb Raider) and Eidos Montreal (Deus Ex) and will mark the return of Marvel to the big budget licensed videogame.


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