Games at E3 2017: List of Confirmed and Rumoured Games

Are you looking for the list of the games at E3 2017? This article covers the list of confirmed and rumoured Electronics Entertainment Expo 2017 or E3 2017 games. The list will be updated as more games will be confirmed.

This year the event will take place for 2 days i.e from June 13, 2017, to June 15, 2017. Making the entry of Nintendo Switch, Nintendo will be sure to take up this opportunity and reveal some really cool games for their gaming console. Apart from this new entry, the rumours are that the new project from Microsoft, Project Scorpio, will also be unveiled in the E3 2017.

E3 2017 games

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List of Games at E3 2017/E3 2017 Games list:

  • Call of Duty: WWII:

Call of Duty is back with new games. After much of yes-no-yes fuss about the game, it is now confirmed that the game is centred around World War, World War 2 (to be more precise). The trailer of the game has been released and You can watch it here. This game is confirmed to be in the E3 2017.

Note: COD WW 2 is available for pre-order.

  • FIFA 18:

After the success of Fifa 17, Developers at EA are working hard to release their new game of the FIFA franchise. The game is confirmed to be in the list of games at E3 2017. Though there is no confirmation about the release date of the game till now, but looking at the release date of FIFA 16 and 17, we thought that it is likely to release in late September. FIFA 18 will be available in the playable form on the show floor.

  • Madden NFL 18:

There is no doubt that E3 will have most games by EA Sports. Madden NFL 18 is the 2nd entry from the company which is confirmed for E3 2017. The game will release on 12/31/2017.

  • NBA LIVE 18:

  • Need for Speed (2018):

  • Star Wars Battlefront II

  • Splatoon 2  Switch

  • State of Decay 2 Xbox One, PC

  • Super Mario Odyssey


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