E3 2016 Rumors, News & Update: New Game Titles & Consoles, What To Expect? Find Out Here!

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Jun 08, 2016 09:36 AM EDT
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The upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 14 to 16 is now making noise. A lot of game aficionados are waiting for the revelations and introductions the event has in store for them.

The biggest video game conference on Earth is now surrounded by rumors of what to expect and here are some of the predictions.

Game Titles

According to NDTV Gadgets360, a remastered "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One might be introduced in E3.

It is quite obvious Bethesda is not yet ready to reveale a next open world video game and the fifth installment has been deemed as the most successful title of the franchise.

With the leaked map photo of "Red Dead Redemption 2," fans are waiting for Rockstar Games to announce the western action-adventure video game in E3.

The Rockstar Games owner, 2K, said that the game series is a "permanent fixture" and the company is known for revealing its big games in the annual event.

Some also expect the official announcement of Kratos return in "God of War 4." Although it has been said that "God of War 4" is set in Norse mythology by a leaked portfolio, nothing beats the confirmation from Sony itself.

Game Consoles

There are strong hearsays that Sony will introduce a new upgraded edition of PlayStation 4, called PlayStation Neo, along with its virtual reality headset in E3, as per PC Tablet.

Some dubbed it PS4.5 or PS4K and Sony is expected to officially announce the latest console in a separate press conference on June 13.

Microsoft Corporation, too, may present two new devices; a thinner edition of Xbox One and its latest gadget called Scorpio.

The latter is believed to be a very powerful apparatus compared to the original Xbox One that has Oculus Rift support, Attack of the Fanboy noted.

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