I vividly remember the E3 of 2019 where he showed a picture of Phil Spencer smiling and his caption was "The boss knows why hes happy" or something. It was one of the worst E3s i watched, even by Xbox standards. Thats not to say he doesnt know things about Xbox, but id take what he considers good and "AAA" with a huge grain of salt.Nah, fuck this Klobrille guy.
He's the same idiot that said MS will have a "NIGHT OF MIC DROPS" during their summer event last year.
If that's your educated guess, then you need to get some more education. Coalition said two weeks ago to not expect anything new from them for some time:Let's see what all the internet leaks and educated guesses can come up with.
Already confirmed for this year officially are Halo Infinite, and Microsoft Flight Sim if Asobo is to be believed.
So, the leaks have us:
1. Starfield (2022 or beyond)
2. Forza Horizon 5 (this year)
1. Gears 6 (2022, gears follows a 3 year dev cycle, not counting UE as a mainline game)
2. inExile RPG that's been hinted at being first person, CGI trailer (2022 0r 2023)
3. Hellblade 2, Ninja Theory has been teasing on twitter with (LOL) cloud pictures (2022 or 2023)
and finish the press conference with a TESVI re-reveal or Fallout: New Vegas Remake to bring in hype/micdrop/"one more thing" moment.
It probably will be a disapointment, in terns of brand spanking new AAA games, or new AAA ip's. I'm sure they will concentrate mostly on stuff thats closer to release, meaning a lot of games we already know about.I have a series x and an Xbox guy but I swear Xbox has been nothing but dossapointment In the last 5 e3 or so for me this year release of Forza horizon is enough but i can bet my ass it will be another dossapointment
Exactly! Target render trailers aren't going to cut it this time. Don't show anything if it's going to be like the footage of The new Fable or Everwild.That would be great (assuming the rumor is true) but if they are only going to show CGI / target render trailers of games still early in development they shouldn't bother.
Xbox could announce 0 new AAA titles at E3 according to me.But plans for the showcase are "still fluctuating"www.gamesradar.com
This new comment comes from Klobrille, who has a storied record of leaking Xbox-related announcements ahead of time. Over on the Xbox forums, the leaker claimed that current plans have Xbox showcasing five brand new, AAA games at E3 2021 next month in June, although Klobrille is quick to add that plans are very much "still fluctuating" and anything could change between now and then.
Note that, according to the leaker, these five announcements include games surrounding both Xbox Game Pass and Bethesda Game Studios. Of course, Bethesda was purchased last year in September 2020 by Microsoft, with the deal being finalized earlier this year after being cleared to proceed by the European Union.
Right now, there's no indication as to what these new games could potentially be. Klobrille doesn't name any particular game in particular, but the leaker specifically mentions that Bethesda-related games are included in the five new titles, so we could be about to see a brand new game from either Bethesda Game Studios or a studio owned by Bethesda, like Tango Gameworks or Arkane.
The show may also contain a pork pie:
Awesome Song from the CarsPork pie? Listen to this.... 'You can't go on, thinkin' nothing's wrong.... pork pie'
Pretty confident that they've been working on Wolfenstein III for at least the last few years. Plus, Pete Hines basically confirmed it in a September 2018 interview when talking about Youngblood and that Wolfenstein III would go back to the single player story driven setup of the previous games. Indiana Jones isn't even in pre-production yet. They have a long ways to go.No wolfenstein. They are all in on Indiana Jones. Unless they have two teams.