Twitch’s E3 2014 schedule told us which publishers would be announcing games during the week of E3 2014, and now GameTrailers’ June 9th E3 schedule has shown us a couple developers who will be announcing something at E3 2014.
First up, the All Access Live program from 2PM ET – 3PM ET (11AM PT – 12PM PT) will host Crystal Dynamics, who are set “to make a new game announcement exclusively on Spike — with the first footage too!” We already know Tomb Raider 2 is in development, so it’s possible they’ll be showing that off, but there’s also a chance it’s something completely new.
Secondly, GameTrailer’s description for the EA press conference at 3PM ET – 4PM ET (12PM PT – 1PM PT) says, “Live from the Shine Exposition Center, Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson reveals Battlefield: Hardline and world premieres nearly a half-dozen new games, including updates on Mirror’s Edge, Dragon Age: Inquisition, a new project from Criterion Games, and much more.” Criterion was revealed to be working on a new IP for PS4 and Xbox One, so it’s likely we’ll be hearing about that next week.
Past those two announcements, here’s a couple highlights and teases found in GameTrailers’ schedule:
All Access Live: 12:00 ET – 12:30 PM ET (9 AM PT – 9:30 AM PT)
- First-ever gameplay demo of Homefront 2
- “Another surprise game demo.”
All Access Live: 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET (1 – 2 PM PT)
- A new demo for Dragon Age: Inquisition beyond what was shown in the press conference
- A “special surprise executive interview you definitely don’t want to miss.”
All Access Live: 5:00 – 6:00 PM ET (2 – 3 PM PT)
- Richard Marks from Sony Computer Entertainment America’s Magic Lab comes by to give an update on Project Morpheus and showcase brand new content.
- Demos of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and The Evil Within.
All Access Live: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM ET (4 – 5 PM PT)
- “A surprise game demo we can’t announce just yet.”
All Access Live: 8:00 – 9:00 PM ET (5 – 6 PM PT)
- Jack Tretton will offer analysis prior to the PlayStation E3 2014 press conference.
- Demos for “two other surprise E3 games we can’t tell you about just yet.”
What do you think Criterion and Crystal Dynamics will show off?