Guild Wars 2 developer ArenaNet takes to the stage to discuss brand new content for the PC based MMO.
As the series moves to PlayStation 4, designers from Guerrilla Games update us on the progress of Killzone: Shadow Fall.
Tearaway is the brand new game from Little Big Planet developer, Media Molecule. This session promises an exciting insight into the ambitious developer’s plans.
David Cage last appeared at EGX in 2009 when he presented Heavy Rain. This session on his latest project, Beyond: Two Souls, is likely to be just as compelling.
Fresh from their work on Dead Island, designers from Techland present Dying Light, another foray into open world zombie hell and the team’s first next gen title.
FIFA has grown to become one of the world’s biggest selling franchises. Find out what EA has in store for the next gen version of its flagship sports title.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s Shahid Ahmad presents a look at some of the indie games heading to PlayStation. (Unfortunately the previously announced DriveClub session has been cancelled as the speaker is unwell.)
With developers CD Projekt RED promising a living open world larger than any other in modern RPG history, The Witcher 3 is one of the most anticipated RPGs of all time.
You won’t to miss this session from Ubisoft Montreal. All the latest on what is set to be one of the biggest games of this Christmas.
Also from Montreal (maybe they shared a plane?), designers from Warner Bros. go in-depth on the caped crusader’s latest adventure.
Eurogamer’s Oli Welsh is particularly excited about Resogun, which has been dubbed the “spiritual sequel” to the Super Stardust games. Developer Housemarque will take to the stage to present this PS4 launch title.
The latest LEGO title from TT Games. Find out more from on the game’s progress as the franchise makes the jump to next gen consoles.
A developer sessions stalwart and always a compelling presence on stage, Peter Molyneux showcases 22Cans latest game, Project Godus.