E3 is just around the corner, and before gamers know it, they will be feasting their eyes on some of the most anticipated video games of this year's E3. While many of these games are much awaited by gamers, chances are, the majority of games announced won't be released until 2015 and beyond.
Right now, we're going to look at 5 most anticipated titles we expect to be showcased at E3 2014. Bear in mind that some of these titles are not confirmed for an E3 showing.
Halo 5: Guardians
Definitely a title to be shown at E3. It is the latest addition to Microsoft's long running franchise, and it will be exclusive to the Xbox One. The game will most likely take place after the events of Halo 4, though we have no idea what the story will entail. Since Cortana has fizzled out of existence, we believe the Master Chief will set out on a quest to bring her back in some shape or form.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
There's always a high amount of anticipation surrounding the Metal Gear Solid game, and The Phantom Pain is no exception to this truth. Ground Zeroes, the short prequel to a game that shouldn't have attracted a price, is still fresh in the minds of fans, as they patiently prepare for the full experience.
We should see a lot of gameplay come E3, along with a ton of excitement since Hideo Kojima is still the man behind the title.
The Legend of Zelda
We saw the first teaser back in 2012 when the Wii U was announced. What Nintendo showed looked great, and we hope the company continues with the same art direction and style, because at the moment Zelda is falling into obscurity.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
People will say what they want about Activision and the yearly Call of Duty milking plan, but one can't deny that millions of gamers love Call of Duty and nothing will change this anytime soon. The game is set place in the future, though we are not sure if Advanced Warfare takes place in the world of Modern Warfare, or an entirely new world
From the makers of Halo comes a new sci-fi 3D shooter with an open world. It's much more ambitious than the work done on all the Halo games on the Xbox and Xbox One. We have seen previews, and the majority is not falling to the hype, as there are quite a few issues plaguing the game itself. Hopefully those problems will get fixed sooner rather than later.
For those unaware, E3 2014 is scheduled to kick off on June 9 with Microsoft, while Sony will end things going into the evening.