With E3 2018 just 8 days away, a whirlwind of rumors and leaks have surrounded the upcoming ‘super bowl’ of video games. As we come closer to the real thing, many gamers enjoy to find out what might be at the event before it happens. This can be a recipe for let-down, but as long as you don’t take these rumors and leaks too seriously, it could be fun for some people. In any event, we tried to discuss how likely each of these rumors are.
This year some leaks have led to instant confirmations by game companies who probably don’t want their fans to suffer waiting. There were still a lot of fake ones being created by fans who just wish to have their ideas come true. Perhaps some of the people who make fake rumors just want their ideas to get out there so that game companies might make them a reality next time around. Or perhaps some of them knew some real information that got delayed or changed last minute by executive decisions. Without further ado, here are the E3 2018 rumors!
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Above we have a legit leaked image of XO exclusive titles. We already know that Forza 5 is real and is coming and that is the real the logo. Also we can see notable games that we know are famed series such as Fable IV a actual exclusive to the Fable series. Quantum Break is made by Remedy the studio behind Alan Wake.
Also a Halo game titled something assault or Spartan Assault which could be a RTS sequel to Halo Wars or a spin off. We also see the Halo 5 logo which we have known about the game since E3 2011. We see Rare’s historic game in Banjo Kazooie a new title called Banjo Kazooie Gruntyland or Countryland.
The game right next to Fable IV could be Dead Rising 3 or something else but it would make sense if they did pick it up since Dead Rising one was only on the 360. The game next Quantum Break could be a new Shank game, or a new Killer Instinct but other than that I have no idea. We know they said there will be 15 exclusive games from the first of launch coming but there could be easily more than that announced and new multiplatform games they could show more for.
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Microsoft XO (Xbox ONE) Exclusive Lineup
15 Exclusives Xbox ONE
*8 New IP’s
7 Existing IP’s / New Games
Last Minute Wish List for Microsoft Development
– Executives Versus Gamer Audience
– MMO’s on Xbox ONE
– Retaining Creative Vision and Authorship of Xbox ONE Exclusives
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