Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo’s E3 2014 Press Conferences’ Contents, Demos and Show Floor Details Leaked

Fahad Arif
Posted May 13, 2014
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Electronic Entertainment Expo 2014 is getting closer and with every passing day, anticipation is building up through the gaming community. Several video game publishers and manufacturers have dated their E3 media briefings although it is still unclear what surprises will we get early next month. While officials have nothing to say until the upcoming show, leaks can help a lot in this situation.

Leaked Document Reveals Contents and Demos of the Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo’s E3 2014 Press Conferences

This month, leaks have taken over the front page of various video game websites. We recently shared some leaks that brought forward inside details concerning the E3 2014 press conferences of Sony and Microsoft. These leaks, keeping the long running rumors in mind, seemed somewhat closer to the reality, however, their legitimacy can only corroborated when both the companies take floor at E3 2014 to make their announcements.

We are almost half way across this month and we already have seen a lot of fans jumping on their chairs on the sight of the leaked details regarding their favorite video game vendor’s upcoming highly anticipated game-related announcements. Hopefully we will cling to stumble across more leaks and rumors, some of which might even be very appropriate.

Yesterday, a guy over at ZI forums known as I AM ERROR posted an allegedly leaked screenshot of a schedule paper listing the show floor details of Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo’s E3 2014 press conferences. The leaked document apparently contains a list of all media content and video game demos that the top three manufacturers/publishers are planning to show at their E3 press conferences.

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The leaked screenshot of the document contain show floor appearances from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo but the press conference details are only for Sony and Microsoft, as for Nintendo, the document lists no details. The list includes names of already announced highly anticipated multiplatform and exclusive next-gen video game titles as well as never-before-seen names of video games.

Below is the leaked screenshot of the schedule paper followed by the full list of games that will allegedly appear at E3 2014.

Microsoft Conference:

Beyond Good & Evil 2 gameplay for Xbox One
DirectX 12 trailer for Xbox One
Fable Legends gameplay for Xbox One
Forza Horizon 2 gameplay for Xbox One
Gears of War 4 gameplay for Xbox One
Halo 5 tech demo for Xbox One
Kinect TV & Shows trailer for Xbox One
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay for Xbox One
Quantum Break gameplay for Xbox One
Star Wars: Battlefront III gameplay for Xbox One
Titanfall DLC gameplay for Xbox One

Microsoft Show Floor:

Dragon Age: Inquisition (Xbox One)
EA Sports UFC (Xbox One)
Fable Legends (Xbox One)
FIFA 15 (Xbox 360/One)
Forza Horizon 2 (Xbox One)
Killer Instinct (Xbox One)
Madden NFL 15 (Xbox One)
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (Xbox One)
NHL 15 (Xbox 360/One)
Project Spark (Xbox One)
Sunset Overdrive (Xbox One)
Quantum Break (Xbox One)

Sony Conference:

Destiny gameplay for PS4
DriveClub trailer for PS4
God of War 4 CGI for PS4
Indie Games trailer for PS3/PS4/Vita
inFamous: Second Son DLC gameplay for PS4
The Order: 1886 gameplay for PS4
Uncharted 4: The Sunken Blade tech demo for PS4
Watch_Dogs gameplay for PS4

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Sony Show Floor:

Alien: Isolation (PS3/PS4)
Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4)
Destiny (PS4)
Disgaea 4 (Vita)
DriveClub (PS4)
EverQuest Next (PS4)
Hatsune Miku – Project DIVA – F 2nd (Vita)
Lords of the Fallen (PS4)
Natural Doctrine (Vita)
Planetside 2 (PS4)
The Order: 1886 (PS4)
Ultra Street Fighter IV (PS3)
Watch_Dogs (PS4)

Nintendo Show Floor:

Bayonetta 2 (Wii U)
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night 2 (3DS)
Hyrule Warriors (Wii U)
Mario Kart 8 (Wii U)
Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate (3DS)
Pokken FIghters (Wii U)
Sonic Boom (3DS/Wii U)
Super Smash Bros. U (Wii U)
Super Smash Bros. 3D (3DS)
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (3DS)
The Legend of Zelda: Shard of Nightmare (Wii U)
Xenogears: Origins (Wii U)

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