Absolver looks awesome. The online combat RPG has players battling it out in order to claim supremacy, and the game appears to play as well as it looks. That's saying a lot and thankfully it's confirmed to be at E3 this year.
Discord Games' Chasm looks to be the next procedurally generated hit. The action RPG randomly creates Metroid-esque dungeons, and received a lot of praise in PSLS' preview last year.
Few publishers have a track record of releasing excellence like Devolver Digital does. They'll be handling Fourattic's Crossing Souls, an action RPG which was announced to be coming to PlayStation 4 at last year's Sony press conference. It should be playable this year, considering Devolver has a whole parking lot full of games.
Few survival games have been as intriguing as The Forest. It's been out in early access on PC for almost two years now, and hopefully a finished release is coming soon on PlayStation 4. I'm hopeful we'll find out more at this year's E3.
One of the most promising looking PlayStation VR games is Golem. It's the first title from developer Highwire Games, which was founded by former Bungie employees. It's particularly interesting since it'll have players alternating between playing in virtual reality and regularly.
Jackbox Games have been consistently delivering party fun for many years now, and they've really hit the Jackpot (sorry) with their Party Pack series. The latest game compilation will be The Jackbox Party Pack 3, and I have no clue what to expect from it other than zany fun. Hopefully some of the games will be shown off at E3, and a new You Don't Know Jack will be apart of it.
Infinite Fall's gorgeous adventure game Night in the Woods already has been confirmed to be at E3, and that's great since the game is set to release this fall. It won't be too long until players get to see what's up with college dropout Mae Borowski and crew.
A lot of games deal with the world ending, but they don't typically have everyone taking psychadelic drugs right beforehand. One Way Trip looks absolutely crazy (maybe even trippy if I were to be right on the nose), and hopefully gamers will learn more about it at E3.
Flying Wild Hog knocked it out of the park last year when they revived the Shadow Warrior series. The action was fast-paced, the combat was brutal, and it retained the sense of humors fans wanted. Now they're upping the ante even further with Shadow Warrior 2, which will feature four-player cooperative play.
Thumper absolutely stole the show for me last year. I had never heard of Drool's rhythm violence game before I tried it on the showfloor and I was absolutely blown away by the amount of audiovisual stimulation I was witnessing. Now the game is coming to PlayStation VR, and will hopefully get the attention it deserves.