E3 2016 and TechRaptor

You may have already noticed that E3 is already in full swing, even though we are still four days out from when the show floor even opens. Any and all articles you see E3 related will be labeled with "E3 2016" at the front. We'll continue to cover the rather amazing amount of news that is coming already, as the show continues, and of course after it ends.

We've got a viewer's guide for you to check out to know when certain conferences are coming out, and please do check out our E3 2016 Coverage Hub, which will have all the articles we publish in relation to E3 2016 in one place. We have a button on the right side of the website that will bring you to that hub.

Expect to see our recaps of all the conferences and individual articles with the specific announcements. Those will be updated to reflect all the known info we can find about that specific announcement, so be sure to check back on those if you're looking for more info as we fill them in.

 
 

Aside from what we'll be doing to cover the news around E3, we'll be having a team of five TechRaptor staff heading to E3 this year, which includes myself (Andrew Otton), Alex Santa Maria, Nick Maillet, Kindra Pring, and James Galizio. We have a ton of things scheduled to see, and plenty of people to interview, and I just want to let you all know the great appointments we've been able to land.

First, I want to take the opportunity to thank all of you. As you are about to see, we've set up some good appointments with some great companies and developers. We're able to do that because they see the value in you, the TechRaptor community. It continues to grow and our ability to offer great coverage only expands with your continued support. This is just another awesome memorable time for TechRaptor, which brings a huge smile to all our faces here to know that we seem to be doing something right.

So thank you again. 2016 is shaping up to be a massively important year in TechRaptor's growth, and I hope you enjoy this look into one of the many great things you'll hear about in the coming months as more opportunities open up for us.

Back to E3. We have many appointments set up with all kinds of companies and developers to see many different games and more. What I'll list below is solely what we have appointments set up for, but we'll also have the opportunity to check out booths and report about what we do there as well. The majority of these are hands-on demos and presentations, but we do have several interviews set up as well, so keep an eye on our YouTube channel during and after E3! Some of the below companies are listed without a game attached because we don't quite know what we'll be seeing yet.

Here is who and what we'll be seeing at E3 2016 (Note: Not everything/one we see or talk to will necessarily generate an article, and of course sometimes things will change at the last minute and an appointment may not happen for whatever reason. We are still going to try our best to provide you all with something for all the stuff we check out and people we talk to. Turnaround time will vary as we each will have quite a bit to do.):

Developer/Company

Game

11 Bit StudiosBeat Cop
2K GamesMafia 3 and Civilization VI
ActivisionCall of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Skylanders
Ariel Rubin & Juliana PatelEscape Room in a Box: The Werewolf Experiment
Bandai NamcoDragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Tekken 7, and a ton more
BigBen InteractiveSherlock Holmes, 2DARK, more
Boss Key ProductionsLawBreakers
CD Projekt REDPossibly the Gwent game?
Compulsion GamesWe Happy Few
Deadalic EntertainmentThe Long Journey Home
Deep SilverMaybe Agents of Mayhem?
Epic GamesParagon
Evodant InteractiveGyre: Maelstrom
Focus Home EntertainmentStyx 2, Vampyr, The Surge, Space Hulk: Deathwing, and The Technomancer
Idea Factory International 
Koei TecmoNioh and Attack on Titan
Limited Run Games 
Maximum GamesRoad Roage, Infinite Air, and Unannounced Games
NeocoreGamesWarhammer 40k: Inquisitor - Martyr
NIS America 
Nordic GamesELEX, Spellforce 3, Battle Chasers: Nightwar, and The Guild 3
Obsidian EntertainmentTyranny
ParaboleKona
Perfect WorldStar Trek Online, Neverwinter, and Livelock
Pico VRNew VR Headset
RebellionSniper Elite 4
Red BarrellsOutlast 2
Relic EntertainmentDawn of War III
Square Enix (just a theater demo)Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Studio WildcardArk: Survival Evolved
Taleworlds EntertainmentMount & Blade II
Team 17Yooka-Laylee, Worms WMD, Strength of the Sword: Ultimate (Will be interviewing Steve Mayles, the character and art director. He designed Banjo and Kazooie's characters.)
Turtle Beach 
U&I EntertainmentBeyond Flesh and Blood, Carmageddon: Max Damage, Unbox, and Worms MD
Warhorse StudiosKingdom Come: Deliverance
XSEED 
DeckBoundDeckBound

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