Kratos’s primary storyline may be over, but that shouldn’t stop Sony from reviving the character for an all new run—or similarly, creating a new character in the same vein and pitting him against the Norse Gods or some other divine entities.
A new Twisted Metal game can’t be the only thing they’re working on.
#2 Grand Theft Auto V
Rumors of a new Grand Theft Auto V have been finding their way onto the gaming news websites in the months and weeks leading up to E3, with details such as possible settings, with Hawaii and Hollywood being the foremost among them; voice acting casting calls; and LinkedIn profiles related to the development of a new GTA-sounding title.
We can only cross our fingers and hope that the game is in good enough shape for them to make an announcement at E3. Their recent game, L.A. Noire, can’t take up the limelight forever.
#1 New Bungie Title
After leaving the domain of Microsoft Game Studios, Bungie signed a deal with Activision to develop and maintain an all new franchise—one that isn’t Call of Duty, which is currently under the care of Treyarch, Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer.
It’s been over a year since that happened—long enough for any triple A game with the full backing of a publisher to be in an advanced stage of development. Whether this unnamed game—and hopefully the birth of a new franchise—will be announced at E3 remains to be seen, but I’ve got my fingers crossed that Activision will, at the very least, tease the game.