"white-knuckle aerial combat" game World of Warplanes on site, with attendees dogfighting at the booth for supremacy.
The studio will also have its "very first public showing" of World of Warships in a "behind-the-scenes theatre demo," where guests will be treated to a full spectacle in a domed theatre presentation.
Wargaming West, formerly Day One, will also unveil the group's first console title with hands-on time promised. Wargaming.net has a massive 10k square foot booth.
"World of Warplanes, with its white-knuckle aerial combat and completely revamped controls and graphics, will take E3 guests to the skies, where at the booth they'll be able to compete with other attendees for supremacy of the air. Or, if ground combat is more to their liking, attendees will be able to test their metal at a number of World of Tanks gameplay stations," announces the E3 press release.
"Marking its very first public showing, Wargaming's highly anticipated World of Warships will be presented in a behind-the-scenes theater demo, where guests will not only get to see the game in action, but also experience the sights and sounds of true naval combat in a revolutionary domed theater. World of Warships demos begin on the half hour each day of the show, with limited seating for each session." Wargaming/net's booth will be at 601 of the South Hall.
E3 2013 takes place June 11-13 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
World of Warships gets "very first public showing" at E3, joins World of Warplanes
28 May 2013 | By Simon Priest