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Watch all E3 video game trailers from Microsoft Square Enix, Ubisoft, Bethesda and E3


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E3 is great. AN a lot is happening. And if you're not paying attention each not married conference, you will miss things. That's why this post exists! To help you recover!

There was a lot! Microsoft has just released a ton of new stuff and EA showed their products. More recently we have seen what Square Enix and Ubisoft has to offer.

Nintendo is yet to come, but for now, here are all the trailers you need to see so far, in alphabetical order.

Legends of Apex

Gate of Baldur III

Blair Witch

Bloody Edge

Borderlands 3

Cavalry 2

To control


Cyberpunk 2077


Destination 2: Shadowkeep

Destroy all humans remake

Doom Eternal

Light Dying 2

Elden Ring

Elder Scrolls Blades

Elder Scrolls Online

Fallout 76


Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy XIV

Gears 5

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint

Ghostwire Tokyo

Gods and monsters


Halo Infinity

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

Madden 20

Marvel Avengers

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Minecraft Dungeons

Ori and the will of the wisps

The Outer Worlds


Scarlet Project

Psychonauts 2

Rainbow Six: Quarantine

Roller Champions

Star Wars: Jedi Order

The Sims 4: Island Living

Division 2

Vampire the Disguise: Bloodlines 2

Watch Dogs: Legion

Wolfenstein Youngblood

Upcoming E3 press conferences

Saturday 8 June

Sunday 9 June

  • The newest feature from the video game giant was Project Scarlett, its next-generation Xbox, released in 2020. The new device is 4x more powerful, the company said, and as the next-generation PlayStation, it will include a disc hard non-mechanical SSD fast, and it will be powered by customized bowels built with the help of AMD chip maker. The company also announced that Halo Infinite will be released alongside Project Scarlett next year. Meanwhile, Microsoft is initiating public audits of its Project xCloud streaming service in October, promising people the ability to play cutting-edge games on their mobile devices while away from home. As fans wait, Microsoft has announced an update for its Xbox Elite Controller Series 2, as well as a number of new games. And action star Keanu Reeves, just released from John Wick's hit Chapter 3: Parabellum, was on stage to announce his involvement with Cyberpunk 2077, which is coming next year.
  • Bethesda – Bethesda started their event with humility on the mixed response to Fallout 76, but quickly returned to the offensive. Fallout 76 won a new Battle Royale mode, Wolfenstein Youngblood received a new trailer and a cooperative mode. We got a new game called Deathloop from the smart people behind Dishonored, and Bethesda introduced us to Orion, a piece of ID Software technology designed to improve streaming of games on services like Google Stadia. Most of the attention, however, went to Doom Eternal, who looked fantastic in both single player and multiplayer modes.

Monday, June 10

  • PC Gaming Show – This annual PC Gaming Show is held in a theater a short walk from the Los Angeles Convention Center, but still attracts a large crowd, filling the 1,700 capacity of the Mayan Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Inside, the usual suspects, from Halo to Doom, were nowhere to be found. Instead, the crowd applauded PC-centric games, including Zombie Army 4, Baldur's Gate 3 and Terraria: Journey's End. (No, the problem of the sequel to the game is not better on PCs. ) The highlight was a brief appearance on the stage of legendary game designer Yu Suzuki, responsible for classics like Hang-On and Virtua Fighter. His long-awaited Shenmue 3 is expected in November, 18 years after Shenmue 2.
  • Ubisoft – The French gaming giant has announced its next big adventure game of destruction, the Danger Dogs: Legion, which will be released in March 2020. The new game takes place in London after Brexit, where the economy is failing and the government is crumbling. The company also announced a new television show, called Mythic Quest, which will be released on Apple TV Plus. And celebrated the 10th anniversary of their Just Dance party games.
  • Square Enix – 6:00 PM PT (9PM ET)

Tuesday, June 11

  • Nintendo (livestream only) – 9am PT (noon ET)

They were there

CNET will be on the ground, covering coverage of E3 2019 next to our sister site, Gamespot. We will update this page during the show as more games are announced.

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