E3 2017 Hopes vs Expectations Part 2

Ubisoft

Hopes… Hopes… Hm, that the new Assassin’s Creed game looks interesting enough to get me back into the series? That would be nice. I don’t really play a lot of Ubisoft games.

Yet I expect many things here. First, of course, is MADNESS. Even without the oddly terrible hosting of Aisha Tyler, I fully expect Ubisoft’s show to be very weird. Normal would actually be strangely disappointing. I think we’ll get a fair bit of info about the new Assassin’s Creed game and Far Cry 5. There will be some mention about a Tom Clancy game, be it about the recent title (new content, perhaps?) or a tease for yet another entry in the franchise. Possibly something about For Honor or Star Trek: Bridge Crew, though I think it’s too early to hear about another Watch Dogs. Of course, there will be some spectacle around another Just Dance game. And lastly, there seems to be a pretty solid chance of a Nintendo Switch title, though we might not hear much of that until Nintendo’s show.

Sony

Hopefully we finally get some solid details on the Spider-Man PS4 game Sony seems to have been teasing everywhere. Getting some solid information on the Final Fantasy VII remake would be fantastic, of course, but who knows how long it will take that to get made and released. Speaking of Square Enix, it would be great to see a third entry in the rebooted Tomb Raider series, which I’ve immensely enjoyed (I’m hoping Square would be publishing again).

As for expectations, Last of Us 2, Gran Turismo Sport, and the new God of War seem like the surest things in the universe. That Detroit: Become Human game seemed to get a lot of attention last year, so it would be good to see more of that. Maybe Destiny 2 or a new Killzone? There’s got to be an FPS in there, right? Of course there will be good bit of VR promotion for PlayStation VR.

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