Too early to call "new IP" on that. Prototypes are just experimental things that were not even greenlit yet. Most studios always have at least one of those going on, it's extremely common and not an indicator of anything.
I'm goin there... My dream has come true... My bucket list has shortened.
Business pass as well. Now to find out how to attend the conferences.. At least Xbox, PS, and Ubi.
They have a bunch of stores around the country they could host an "E3 Special Event" at for a few days and feature a Scorpio or 2 at each store to show it off to the public and let people get hands on with certain things.
Sony should be starting to taper off on PS4 game announcements now right if PS5 is coming in 2019/2020?
I forget how this works in previous years.
2018 and 2019 already appear packed as it is right now.
What if MS wanted to be next to Activision, Bethesda, etc? Maybe they'll be showing their games on Scorpio spec.
Scorpio is basically Microsoft's equivalent to the PS4 Pro. I doubt it'll make a splash big enough to warrant every big publisher to suddenly start showcasing their games on it.
Wonder if MS will have scorpions backstage at their conference and so they won't have them on the showfloor?
They're going to have another press conference this year so we'll find out.
Rösti;231525208 said:I today saw a list of booths for Nintendo of America. We know since before that they have three booths in West Hall. But the list included mention of one more item, the LACC theater:
The booth theater has a 10x10 space connected to it, which I am not sure about. The info page on the theater shows this:
- Booth 5244
- Booth 4822
- Booth 5644
- Booth Theater
It says they are updating the diagrams etc. for the 10x10 space.
Rösti;236239059 said:The floor plans have been updated.
South Hall, V4 - As of May 08, 2017
No greater changes. Microsoft's second booth has a size text added. There's now a retail area.
West Hall, V5 - As of May 08, 2017
Some smaller booths have been relocated.