Nintendo also in attendance with the Wii U.
The Gadget Show Live will be home to a host of games available to play before they hit stores, offering gamers the opportunity to go hands on with the likes of Star Trek, Remember Me, Grid 2 and much more.
The show runs April 3-8 at the NEC Birmingham, with confirmed exhibitors including Nintendo, Electronic Arts, Namco Bandai, Codemasters, Paramount, Trion, Capcom, Epic Games, Game, Alienware and Turtle Beach.
Capcom is showing off three unreleased titles: Remember Me, Resident Evil Revelations and Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. The publisher will also be hosting a competition for visitors to its stand to win an arcade machine worth £3,000 in celebration of its 30th anniversary.
Trion is on hand to promote Defiance, Namco Bandai and Paramount will be pushing Star Trek, and Codemasters has Grid 2 revving its engines.
Elsewhere Nintendo will be attempting to convince gamers that the Wii U is worth the money, EA will be highlighting a bunch of already released titles, and Epic is hosting a Make Something Unreal Live tournament - Peter Molyneux and Sports Interactive's Miles Jacobson will also be on the stand.
GAME is also offering all attendees a 10 per cent discount when buying new games at the show.
A regular adult ticket will cost £20 on the door or £15.99 when booked in advance. A child ticket will cost £15 on the door and £8.99 booked in advance.
Source: Press release