The future is here — at least, the future as it pertains to games for the next twelve months. With mere days to go before
E3 2014 kicks off in Los Angeles, speculation abounds — some rooted in reality and some pure fantasy — about what industry power players like EA, Sony, and Microsoft have in store.
With all eyes in the game world firmly planted on the LA Convention Center on press conference day, there's a lot riding on the annual industry gathering. Whether you're on the ground,
watching the Sony presser from your local movie theater, or following along online, the coming year in gaming is all riding on these three days. Are you ready to finally see if there's any truth to all those rumors? Plus, you finally get to see the official . Some people even Battlefield: Hardline trailer like the pressers better than actually playing the games — to each their own. Register for E3 and keep up with all of the breaking developments here. The future of gaming is now. This post is a sponsored collaboration between Electronic Entertainment Expo and Studio@Gawker. We're exactly two weeks away from E3 press conference day--Video Game Christmas--so why not spend some time fantasizing about what we'd… Read more Read on Perhaps hoping to match last year's crazy E3 drama, Sony is taking their 2014 presser to the silver screen. You'll be able to watch the… Read more Read on E3 starts in less than four weeks, which means it's prime season for ridiculous rumors about all the games that will show up this year. (Final… Read more Read on That leaked Battlefield: Hardline video is six months old and was for an internal company meeting, says EA exec Steve Papoutsis. The man in charge of … Read more Read on A few weeks ago, I realized something strange and kind of disconcerting: I enjoy E3 press conferences more than actually playing video games. Read more Read on As a company, we champion the need for media transparency — so we want to be clear that this content was created for a brand partner. Read more Read on