9 games we are excited to see at E3 2017

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E3 2017 always has a ton of games to get excited about before the show even starts, let’s take a look at 10 we know or are pretty sure will be at the show we are really interested in seeing what they look like.

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The biggest gaming extravaganza of the year is nearly here! E3 2017 is mere days from happening, and it’ll be nearly a week of games we can hopefully get excited about playing one day in the near future! In all seriousness, while E3 is a showcase for games coming out in the next couple of years, many of the games shown will (assuming they don’t get delayed) be in our hands by the end of 2017.

And while there are plenty of surprises at every E3, we always know of a handful of exciting games that will be at the show. So here’s our list of games we are excited to check out at this year’s E3. Now in order to qualify for this list, they have to be confirmed to be at the show or at least almost definitely will be there. The games also have to have not shown off a bunch of footage already. As much as I’m excited about games like Destiny  2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Shadow of War, we’ve already seen a ton of footage on those games and know what their deal is. So let’s get on to the list.

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#9. Cyberpunk 2077

To be honest, this is the game on this list that I’m least sure is going to be at this year’s E3. But it’s the next big game from CD Projekt RED, which they said they would start talking about this year, and what better place to start than at the grandest video game show of the year? They will be at E3, so I really hope they didn’t just come discuss Gwent, a card game that’s already been in beta for a while.

CD Projekt Red has been quiet about this game since they announced it with an initial trailer four years ago. It’s not like they haven’t been busy. They released two massive, critically acclaimed expansions to Witcher 3 in addition to working on the Gwent card game. But now that it seems like that one massive game is truly done with and out of their system, it’s time to really show us what’s next. CD Projekt Red has obviously done some amazing things in the medieval fantasy space, so I’m super interested to see what they can do with a dystopian future. Granted, it’s well-worn ground, but so is medieval fantasy. Hopefully, this year’s E3 is where we will get a good look at CD Projekt Red’s vision of the future with Cyberpunk 2077.