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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Every PC game confirmed and rumoured to be at E3-2019 Games

Looking for a list of E3 2019 games? The busiest week of the gaming calendar is here, which means now is a great time to take stock of everything that is being shown off at the Los Angeles-based conference.

This year’s expo has had a degree of doubt hanging over it, as two of the biggest exhibitors, EA and Sony, aren’t presenting during the main show week. EA is repeating its EA Play event on the weekend before the main event, while Sony has skipped the trade show completely, choosing instead to investigate new avenues for engaging their fans. It’s a worrying time for E3’s organisers, but it looks like other companies are using this opportunity to show off more than usual.

Microsoft is in attendance for E3 2019, as are Nintendo, Bethesda, Activision, Ubisoft, Square Enix, Konami, Capcom, Take-Two, Epic Games, and Warner Bros. That’s a lot of potential game reveals, and with Microsoft’s somewhat lacklustre showing at E3 2018, we’re not surprised to see Xbox/Microsoft’s conference chock-full of exciting E3 2019 games for PC.

Join us as we round up every E3 2019 game that’s been revealed at the show, as well as a list of the games that are highly likely to be present down the line. Here are all the E3 2019 games we know about so far:

The confirmed E3 2019 games and the ones we still might see:
  1. Cyberpunk 2077
  2. Halo Infinite
  3. Ghostwire: Tokyo
  4. Deathloop
  5. Watch Dogs Legion
  6. Elden Ring
  7. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
  8. The Outer Worlds
  9. Baldur's gate 3
  10. Doom Eternal
  11. Darksiders
  12. Outriders
  13. Avengers Game
  14. Evil Genius 2
  15. Sniper Elite VR
  16. Dying Light 2
  17. Borderlands 3
  18. Gears 5
  19. Control
  20. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
  21. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
  22. FIFA 20
  23. Starfield
  24. Session
  25. Rainbow Six Quarantine
  26. Dragon Age 4
  27. Final Fantasy
  28. Judge Dredd


CD Projekt Red has finally shown off its lengthy gameplay demo from E3 2018, so the news that they will be at E3 2019 has us wondering what they’ll be showing off. The answer is, well, Keanu Reeves in a new cinematic trailer and an official Cyberpunk 2077 release date.

There’s plenty more detail if you look through frame-by-frame, but we’ll leave the investigative work with you for now.


A big Halo PC reveal arrived at the Xbox E3 2019 showcase, with a trailer confirming some story details and providing a rough Halo Infinite release date.


You forgot about Tango Gameworks, didn’t you? Bethesda has unveiled a new IP at E3 2019 – Ghostwire: Tokyo – a survival horror game set in Tokyo with supernatural elements.


Arkane Studios has revealed its next project, and while details are scarce, we know it’s a first-person action game. The trailer shows two characters stuck in a life/death loop, and the only way out for one is by killing the other.


It might not have been announced quite in the way Ubisoft intended, but Watch Dogs Legion has been announced. More will presumably be a big part of the famous French publisher’s E3 2019 press conference, with more on the rumoured London setting and playable NPCs.


The next FromSoftware game features a collaboration with Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin. Elden Ring has been officially revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2019 conference. Early signs hint at a Celtic folklore, which is neat.


We already know a fair amount about Capcom’s frosty expansion before the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne release date, but we’ll still be hearing more at this year’s E3.

As ever there will be new gear and weapons to grind for but, naturally, we’re most excited about the monsters we’ll be fighting: Nargacuga returns, but the introduction of ice dragon, Velkhana, steals the show. Even better, the Monster Hunter World Iceborne map size will even rival the size of the main game, giving you loads more space for adventuring and boss battling.


We’re feverishly counting the days until The Outer Worlds release date. Last year it was the disappointing Fallout 76 in our post-apocalyptic crosshairs, and we’re hopeful Obsidian’s anarchic space game can wow us with its own take on V.A.T.S. and proper, game-altering choices.


One of many E3 2019 games to be revealed before the bevy of videogame news swallows everything up that isn’t Cyberpunk 2077, Baldur’s Gate 3 – the first numbered entry to the game for almost two decades – and developer Larian say “If you like D&D, you’ll be happy”. We’re itching to see more.


Bethesda continue their trend of hosting their own E3 show where they promise we’ll get an “in-depth look” at Doom Eternal. They certainly came though, but luckily for us we managed to go hands on with Doom Eternalrecently. According to Ali, “Doom Eternal is no mindless shooter, but a desperate scramble for survival played out at breakneck speed, a bloody, violent puzzle box where failure might only be one wrong move away, but success is transcendent, calculated carnage.”


The anticipation for E3 2019 is hotting up, but things are reaching fever pitch if you’re a Darksiders fan. From Geoff Keighley’s E3 Coliseum schedule we know there’s a chance of a reveal of Darksiders 4 at E3 2019.

The panel in question on the schedule, ‘Darksiders: Action Adventure Evolved’, will “coincide with the E3 2019 unveil of a brand new Darksiders game that takes the franchise in a fresh new direction.” Perhaps this new direction doesn’t point to a new entry – and Darksiders 3 only came out last year – but, either way, we’re excited.


We’ll get our first glimpse at Square Enix’s Outriders game at E3 2019 in just over a week. A Twitter account for Outriders sprung into life in May but has mainly been posting cryptic messages that dip into Outrider’s lore. Just recently, however, we got a glimpse at a trailer that features an unknown person waking up after being cryo-frozen and not looking too happy about it.

This project is likely the result of Square Enix’s partnership with Gears of War: Judgement dev People Can Fly. Details are currently thin on the ground, but we do know that the two are working on a triple-a shooter.


It’s all gone a bit quiet on Square Enix’s Avengers project since it was revealed in 2017. That’s set to change at E3 this year, however, as Marvel confirms that the game will be among the E3 2019 games revealed by Square Enix.

We don’t know much beyond that at the moment, but we do know that North American studio Crystal Dynamics, the studio behind the recent Tomb Raider series, is handling development. Also helping out is Deus Ex developer Eidos Montreal, so there’s some decent pedigree behind the project.


Rebellion is bringing the sequel to 2004’s world domination simulator, Evil Genius, to E3 2019. The British developer revealed the news on Twitter before the show itself, alongside news that it would be bringing Sniper Elite VR and an unannounced title.

We haven’t had a lot of details on Evil Genius 2 yet, but the first game plays out as a single player real-time strategy and takes its cues from the James Bond films. Essentially, you play the role of the baddie and have to manage taking over the world by thwarting the forces of good.


Everyone’s favourite testicle-splodin’ shooter is getting its own VR version, and we’ll learn more about that and what it entails at E3.

As for the Sniper Elite series, though, the formula is built upon mastering marksmanship with a sniper and watching the damage the bullet does to your poor victim.


Techland has confirmed that Dying Light 2 will be one of the games present at E3 2019. The studio is promising an updated look at the game, so expect some fresh gameplay – we’re hoping for a Dying Light 2 release date.


We already know that Borderlands 3 will get a major reveal on May 1, 2019, and that it would be utterly bizarre for Gearbox to abstain from showing it off at E3 2019 considering how close the show is to the Borderlands 3 release date.


We got a fairly hefty look at Gears 5 at E3 2018 so it makes a lot of sense that will be among the E3 2019 games, perhaps with a first proper glimpse at gameplay. Thanks to a tweet from Microsoft’s Phil Spencer, we also know that Gear 5 is playable and “looking great”.

Likewise, we’ll hear more about Gears Tactics at E3 2019, as almost nothing has been revealed about the turn-based tactical spinoff since it was unveiled at last year’s show. Hopefully it’s time for a Gears 5 release date to be announced.


With the Control release date set for August 27, 2019, an E3 2019 will likely provide Remedy with one final chance to show off their mysterious new game.


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is back, blasting the now-archaic 2007 effort away with its renewed focus on the conflicts of today’s world. Fortnite-style matchmaking and co-op is in, Zombies are out, and we’ll be shocked if this isn’t an E3 2019 game.


Respawn Entertainment has been revealed at EA’s pre-E3 EA Play event. Take a look at the video above to learn more. We already know the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order release date is coming up soon, so E3 is a great place for EA to reveal more of the game.


To the surprise of absolutely nobody, there’s a new FIFA game. Take a look at the video above to hear more about the game’s new features.


As we all expected, we got a good peep at how the Final Fantasy VII remake is coming along. In short, quite well! The Final Fantasy 7 combat is a mixture of a real-time and strategy, and Square Enix has reaffirmed that we’ll get a series of games rather than short episodes.

On top of that, it’ll be coming to PlayStation early next year. There’s no word on a PC release date, but our fingers are crossed that it tips up around the same time.


After months of worrying, we can safely say: don’t fret Final Fantasy VIII fans, Square Enix hasn’t forgotten about us. The Japanese dev revealed during their E3 showcase that a remastered version of Final Fantasy VIII will be making its way to steam this year.


So we know for sure that Bethesda are hosting their own E3 2019 conference and that Doom Eternal will have a major presence during it, but what else are we likely to see?

It’s unlikely we’ll get any more Elder Scrolls 6 news as we know Starfield is the next major priority for Bethesda. They’re yet to reveal much more than a trailer for the upcoming space game, so some gameplay details and a Starfield release date would be reasonable.


This one may have passed you by unless you were watching the show live, but we fully expect to see more of Microsoft’s skateboarding game after the reveal trailer got so many Skate fans excited at last year’s show.


Siege’s limited-time Outbreak PvE was so brilliantly executed that fans have been clamouring for it to return. That might not be the case, precisely, but a brand new game of that ilk might be on its way. Rainbow Six Quarantine at E3 this year is a possibility, but take this with a pinch of salt.


We’re not as sure about this one with Bioware in a tricky spot following Anthem’s rough post-launch. We did get our very first glimpse of a new Dragon Age game at the Game Awards 2018 so it would make sense for EA to reveal more about the future of the beloved series at E3 2019. Only time will tell, but we’d love to see a Dragon Age 4 release date.


Whether you’re hoping to get some news on Final Fantasy 16 or the troubled Final Fantasy VII Remake, there’s a chance Square Enix will have some FF news to share during their E3 2019 conference.

In the event of a Final Fantasy XVI reveal we’d wager it will only be a teasing cinematic, but in all honestly it’s probably far too early to expect news on the sequel. Still, other than Babylon’s Fall it’s hard to see what else the publishes has to show off so maybe we will get some major Final Fantasy news.


Rebellion will be revealing a brand new title at E3 2019 during the PC Gaming Show on June 10. We don’t have much to go on at the moment, but there have been some minor hints that it could another Judge Dredd game.

Rebellion boss Jason Kingsley mentioned back in 2017 that the company has opened its doors to third-party devs and publishers who want to use the rights to 2000 AD’s library. Last year, Kingsley went as far as saying that we might be seeing something along those lines before long.

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