Judging by Jason Schreier’s Twitter feed, apparently there are going to be presentations not only from Microsoft and Nintendo and Ubisoft (and EA’s showing off Battlefield on Wednesday) but Capcom, 2K, Warner Bros., Gearbox (they do some publishing - I think they published Risk of Rain 2), and Square-Enix.
I don’t really have a lot of predictions, per se. Starfield will be there in some capacity, but that game’s not done yet so anything they show will be super early and not necessarily reflective of the final product. Halo: Infinite will be there. A lot of the stuff Microsoft announced previously (Fable, in particular) will not be there because that stuff is still mad early.
I’m interested in what 2K and Warner Bros have to say. Those two usually have co-marketing deals with MS and Sony for their One Big Game so I’ll be interested to see how much they have to say on their own. I wouldn’t expect Shawn Elliott’s BioShock to be there, though, sadly.
The thing I really want, though, is for a video game to come out this fall. Don’t really care which one. Just, by some miracle, let a game survive the trials and tribulations of game development in the middle of a global pandemic and sneak out.