DOOM SEQUEL, ID. 2019. MAKE THE DREAM HAPPEN.
Well, in terms of the series starting, it was Wolfenstien, the Doom, then Quake.
Bethesda has been reviving said series, in the order of Wolfenstien: TNO/TOB, then Doom 2016, and now Quake Champions. We have since gotten Wolfenstien 2: TNC, so...
It stands for reason that something Doom related (other than VFR) will have some details soon.
Now, as for E3/EAPlay itself, I will provide a list of what we can expect to see this year. And I will not be the dasher of a certain person *cough*
Ocelot *cough* and say a certain game will likely not be at E3 this year. Instead, will focus on what will be there, what will likely be there, and what we can speculate to be there.
To kick things off, EA and EAPlay prior to E3 itself. At this point, if you don't know that EA's poster child studio of DICE will be the main attraction, then what rock are you under? Battlefield 2018 will be the spot light. EA will also talk about all the new sports titles for this year. Chances are we'll more details about Anthem there as well. Maybe Respawn's Star Wars title. And feel free to correct me because I don't know it's actual release date, but likely more about A Way Out (I know it's a 2018 title, but I don't know if it's release before or after E3).
Next, lets go Ubisoft. Ubi is a bit of a mystery. There's only really one or two things that are known, The Division 2 and maybe The Crew 2, but that one might not be there on account of release dates, since it's set to release June 29th. Beyond that, I really don't know what to expect. Maybe new South Park game? Maybe Beyond Good and Evil 2, but Ubi has been REALLY quiet when it comes to that. Maybe the rumored new Splinter Cell title? Maybe a Watch_Dogs 3? Maybe Assassins Creed Origins DLC? Only Ubi knows.
Bethesda, however, will be a lot like Ubisoft in that regard too. What exactly will they be talking about? Besides the Prey stuff, which they've been teasing like crazy, what else could they show off? Bethesda is more of a wildcard for E3 shows, especially since all they stuff they show off will be available to play at some point in the same year, or if not by the years end, then before Spring the following year. Maybe a New Doom? More Quake Champions stuff? More The Evil Within stuff? And what will their "And one more thing" thing be this year? The final 3 Fallout 4 DLC and Wolfenstien 2 reveals from 2016 and 2017 were basically expected in hindsight. What could they have in their pocket this year, because with their little Bethesda-land bit from last year, they did say there was some stuff that wasn't ready to be revealed.
Microsoft likely has a lot of secrets they've been holding on for 2018. What is all but confirmed is primarily Crackdown 3 and State of Decay 2. What isn't know is what they haven't told us yet. Maybe new Halo or Gears of War? Time feels about right for at least a reveal. Maybe stuff for Forza 7? Maybe some new stuff too. We know Microsoft has been looking to pad out their Exclusive line up, especially when compared to Sony. What I do speculate is maybe some Virtual Reality compatibility for the Xbox One X to either the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. After all, the One X does seem to be VR compatible, and announcing support for either the Vive or Rift on the One X could result in a bump in sales for both sides.
Speaking of Sony, they have a lot on their plate to show. The Spiderman game will likely see more details, as well as Death Stranding, Detroit: Gone Human, The Last of Us 2, and God of War are all titles that all but confirmed. In fact it will be more surprising to NOT see any of these titles this year. You guys may have to fill out what ever else for Sony. I haven't been a big fan of Sony's stuff and lack a PS4 so I don't really pay attention to their shows. These were just the ones I could think of off the top of my head.
Nintendo? Well one of you guys can also do that. I've never really paid much attention to Nintendo, so I honestly have less of an idea of what to expect than I did with Sony.