E3 2013: all the game announcements

Catch up on all the announcements you missed.

There was a lot of news this week—so much that you might have missed the numerous game announcements from the now-ended E3 expo. So, after you’re done watching all the gameplay videos from the show floor, head back here and catch up on all the new title announcements.

PlayStation 4

Sony Computer Entertainment has 30 first-party PlayStation 4 titles in development, 20 of which will be released during the system’s first year. Of these 20, Sony has announced seven: DriveClub, inFAMOUS: Second Son, Killzone: Shadow Fall, Knack, The Order: 1886 (we’re assuming 2014), and download games Doki-Doki Universe and Hohokum.

Xbox One

Microsoft has 15 first-party Xbox One games in development for release during the system’s first year. Of those 15, Microsoft has announced 15: Dead Rising 3, Forza Motorsport 5, Halo, Kinect Sports Rivals, Powerstar Golf, Quantum Break, Ryse: Son of Rome, Sunset Overdrive, Zoo Tycon, and download games Below, Crimson Dragon, D4, Killer Instinct, LocoCycle, and Project Spark.

Wii U

PlayStation 3

Xbox 360

PS Vita

3DS

Multiplatform

Unknown

  • Fez II (Polytron Corporation)
  • Magus (Aksys Games / Black Tower)

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