ROAD TO E3 2017: What Can We Expect From The Exhibitors?

ROAD TO E3 2017: What Can We Expect From The Exhibitors?

The E3 2017 hall plans have been revealed to us! We can now look into the designated areas and draw up theories on the quantity of games at this E3...

With E3 2017 on the horizon, all gamers are incredibly enthusiastic whilst shaking with anticipation. We can only theorize what to expect this E3, but perhaps, those theories can be supported with an inspection of the E3 2017 South Hall map.

The most striking section identified when looking at the South Hall is the Bethesda designated area; it appears to be the largest of areas in the South Hall, which begs the question, what does Bethesda have in store for us? The best answer would definitely be a new Elder Scrolls, or, maybe, a sequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order, or an expansion pack for the reimagined Doom.

Microsoft and Activision proudly stand side-by-side at the grand entrance to the South Hall of E3 2017... This occupation must be justified with huge surprises and great games to showcase to the public. Activison will, surely, boast the latest Call of Duty, with as much enthusiasm as possible to regain the love of the fans. Microsoft should be demoing Project Scorpio and its launch titles with pride and grandeur to sell the system to the world.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's sizeable section, screams a plethora of games to reveal. Maybe there's a new Batman Arkham game on it's way? Or, a Justice League game that will release alongside the movie! We can all expect Warner Bros to proudly boast Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.

The Ubisoft Entertainment designated area sits besides Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment area; its size similar to that of the Microsoft Corporation, that suggests a wide array of games to demonstrate to the public. Ubisoft should be demoing South Park: The Fractured But Whole (its impossible to not laugh whilst saying/writing that name), to reinstall interest into the sequel, after the months it has spent dormant. You could even expect a return of the highly-acclaimed franchise, Splinter Cell, as it has been quiet since Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

Square Enix, Inc. appear to have the smallest stand out of the major companies in the South Hall, but that isn't always a bad thing as they could still possess the highest quality of games, for example, Nintendo's Zelda-focused E3 last year, which still gathered the most attention.

Capcom U.S.A., Inc. stands beside Ubisoft and Square Enix. Although it is in the corner of the major publishers in the South Hall, it still dominates a large area. Surely, Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite will be their main piece that will rake in fans and journalists.

Finally, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. dwarfs besides the colossal Bethesda stand, hopefully their games maintain its life, rather than being undermined by the presence of Bethesda.  

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