Here is an announcement from Gamer Network, revealing a list of games we can expect at EGX. The list is yet to be completed.
Gamer Network have teamed up with Virgin Network, which has enabled them to release a small list of games we can expect to see at EGX. The main features include Sunset Overdrive, Battlefield Hardline and Alien: Isolation, being the big headliners in this announcement.
Other titles have already been confirmed from 2K Games, Electronic Arts, Activision and SEGA, as well as the console platform holders Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, and VR powerhouse Oculus.
Organisers are able to confirm that this list will definitely be featured at EGX this year, with more titles being announced over the course of the next three months:
- Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
- Battlefield Hardline
- War Thunder
- Fable Legends
- Forza Horizon 2
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- Project Spark
- Sunset Overdrive
- Alien: Isolation
PC and indie games will also be heavily featured in the Rezzed area and games which are currently confirmed for the Rezzed space are:
- Gang Beasts
- Quest of Dungeons
- Velocity 2X
- Prison Architect
- The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle
- War for the Overworld
- Bit Brawlers
- Fearless Fantasy
- No Time to Explain
- Speed Runners
- Spoiler Alert
- Heat Signature
EGX attendees with also have the opportunity to experience the Oculus Rift VR headset, which will be featured on its own stand. Gamer Network has also be able to announce that SEGA will be continuing their sponsorship of the Leftfield Collection (formerly Indie Games Arcade), which will be offering indie developers the opportunity to showcase innovative projects free of charge to thousands of gamers.
EGX London 2014 takes place at Earls Court, London, from Thursday 25th September to Sunday 28th September. This year, it is expected to attract 80,000 gamers and for the first time in its history, the event will occupy two full floors of Earl’s Court One. This enables them to pack in hundreds of playable pre-release games, along with exclusive developer session presentations on the hour every day and a vast list of other attractions, such as merchandise stands. Tickets are selling out fast, with Saturday day tickets, super passes and early-entry tickets already being sold out. Remaining tickets can be bought here!
Keep it locked at The Game Fanatics for more coverage of EGX and, hopefully, you’ll see a couple of us there in September!