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Microsoft and Capcom E3 2013 Line Ups Leaked (Rumors)



According to a poster over at NeoGaf, who also posted this supposedly-leaked image from Microsoft’s upcoming June 10th presentation, we have the list of games being unveiled. Again, this is only a rumor until official clarification is received.

  • Halo 5
  • Killer Instinct
  • Banjo Kazooie: Grunty’s Island
  • Forza 5
  • Quantum Break
  • Halo: Spartan Assault
  • Ryse
  • Fable 4
  • Crackdown 3
  • Fortnite
  • Dead Rising 3
  • Call Of Duty: Ghosts
  • Battlefield 4
  • Witcher 3
  • Dying Light
  • Prey 2
  • Homefront 2
  • Beyond Good & Evil 2
  • Mirror’s Edge 2
  • Rainbow 6 Patriots
  • Brother In Arms
  • League Of Legends

Additionally, the poster claims that these are Capcom’s E3 2013 games (again, all should be considered rumors until confirmed):

  • Dead Rising 3 (Xbox One exclusive, developed at Capcom Vancouver)
  • Dragon’s Dogma 2 (PS4 exclusive, original Dragon’s Dogma developer)
  • Darkstalkers Reborn (Wii-U Exclusive. Funded by Nintendo, developered by Dimps + Ono)
  • Marvel Vs Capcom 4 (Both. Eighting + Capcom. Also “Expandable” and also allegedly taking advantage of Microsoft’s eSports platform tools they gave to developers)
  • Megaman (both consoles, PC and done by “A very good US developer who you won’t expect but would be very happy to hear is doing it”)
  • New IP from Capcom Vancouver
  • New IP from Ninja Theory

Next PlayStation and Xbox Performance Details, Leak Imminent? [rumor]


If this story from VG24/7 is to be believed, it seems that Sony’s next game console, code-named “Orbis”, will be able to push 1.84 teraflops. They also report that this is far more powerful than rumors leaking out of CES that claim the Microsoft console, code-named “Durango”, will push 1.23 teraflops. If this data is correct, it would seem that the Sony console has about a 50% greater performance than Microsoft’s.

The rumors go on to say, however, that Microsoft’s “Durango” will have twice the amount of whole system RAM (Durango: 8GB, Orbis: 4GB), which could balance things out quite a bit. Both systems are said to be capable of using 100GB Blu-ray media.

Most interesting is the very bottom of VG24/7’s story, in which they claim that there are several media outlets working on “major leak stories” related to Microsoft’s “Durango”, thanks to documents supposedly obtained at CES. If all this turns out to be true, things are about to get interesting.