One of the most exciting parts of Microsoft's conference is going to be getting an update on the status of all the amazing studios they bought up last year. They'll all probably be there in some form, but the only one really capable of showing off something new is Ninja Theory, as other studios like Obsidian already have multi-platform titles announced that they need to finish before Microsoft can get them to work on exclusives.
Likewise, after coming off the critically-acclaimed Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, the studio is in a better position than it's ever been, occupying an in-between space that separates their output from both AAA games as well as indie titles.
While we know nothing about it currently, we do have a name: Bleeding Edge. The studio filed a trademark for the title in late May, suggesting that they're gearing up to unveil their project on Microsoft's stage at E3.