Geoff Keighley Teases: The Next Generation of Gaming Coming To E3

The rumors will not stop and your friendly neighborhood gaming journalist, Geoff Keighley, won’t help in that matter either. Adding fuel to the next-gen consoles rumors, Geoff teased on his Twitter today, the following:

The next-generation of gaming is coming exclusively to Spike at E3. More details soon.

The Wii U will no doubt have an appearance at E3 on Spike with the Nintendo conference. However, is there something else that will be revealed? As obscure as the tweet was, something leads me to believe it is not the Wii U Geoff was alluding to. The Wii U was revealed last year at E3, so why not just say “The Wii U will be featured on Spike at E3. More details soon”? Is this simply an advertising trap regarding the Wii U that I have fallen prey to, in order to create hype and lure in viewers? Or is there truly something else brewing?

Will it be the Xbox 720? PlayStation 4K? Something else? Time will tell!

What do you think Mr. Keighley is referring to? Sound off in the comments below and join the E3 discussion in the GXC community!

Update: It seems that the “next generation of gaming” that Geoff Keighley may have been speaking about is the Unreal Engine 4 from Epic  Games. GTTV will be doing an exclusive unveiling of the engine near the end of E3 2012.


7 Responses to “Geoff Keighley Teases: The Next Generation of Gaming Coming To E3”

  1. The next generation of gaming does not necessarily mean a new console, though. It could be a brand new series to be released for PC or whatnot. That said, I doubt we’ll see Xbox 720 or a new PlayStation on E3 in 2012. I’d wait a year or two for that.

    • I doubt we will see a new PlayStation, but I bet we will see a new console/system from Microsoft.

    • I bet we will see a new console from sony but not from microsoft…

      I can do it too…

  2. its the new gaikai cloud gaming service

  3. exclusive to spike probably means nextbox.
    the microsoft conference has only been on spike for like, 3 years + now.

  4. This must be the new Unreal Engine showing. That’s the only other thing that I can really think of that means Next-Gen.

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