E3 2019 might be essentially the most PC-centric present we’ve seen in years, what with Microsoft asserting Xbox Game Pass for PC and bringing its future first-party games to Steam. Those are massive strikes for a corporation that’s lengthy appeared to tolerate its Windows-based viewers greater than embrace it. And with Sony’s absence, it’s protected to say just about each sport on the present (other than Nintendo’s) will come to PC in some unspecified time in the future.

What video games? Well, we’ve rounded up an entire massive record for you—almost each trailer we noticed during the last two days, from Outer Worlds to Microsoft Flight Simulator, and from Doom Eternal to Watch Dogs Legion. It’s been an thrilling E3, and we haven’t even hit the present ground but.

We’ve listed these video games roughly within the chronological order of their bulletins, so make sure you take a look at the entire thing to keep away from lacking out. And whereas we’ve lined all the large reveals, we couldn’t squeeze each new sport trailer in right here. If you’re in search of trailers for some smaller video games and expansions, make sure you take a look at our protection of the Microsoft, PC Gaming Show, Bethesda, Ubisoft, and Square Enix occasions. 

Baldur’s Gate III

Technically Baldur’s Gate III is the primary trailer we noticed at E3 2019, proper? Sure, Google’s Stadia event occurred final Thursday, however I’m counting it as a part of the festivities. And it was one hell of a option to begin the week, each a surprise-sequel I believed we’d by no means get and a fully horrific trailer that teases an invasion of Mind Flayers, one of many creepiest and most threatening Dungeons & Dragons enemies.

Oh, and it’s being developed by Divinity: Original Sin studio Larian, which might be one of many best-case situations you may ask for. All in all, there’s so much to be enthusiastic about right here.

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep

If we’re going to rely Google’s Stadia primer as an E3 occasion, then we would as nicely embrace Bungie’s Destiny 2 growth announcement as nicely. Hell, I need to incorporate it. This was Bungie’s massive second, its likelihood to indicate us a post-Activision Destiny 2, and Bungie delivered. With a free-to-play model touchdown alongside a unprecedented trying new growth due in September, plus a shift from Battle.web to Steam, the way forward for Destiny 2 seems to be fairly promising. It’s taken some time, however Bungie’s lastly hit its stride and delivered the sport followers wished all alongside.

Jedi: Fallen Order

EA Play felt a bit empty this 12 months, however it did permit Respawn to indicate off its upcoming Jedi: Fallen Order forward of its November 15 launch. Problem is, it didn’t actually present something that hooked us. What little we saw seemed a bit like The Force Unleashed, crossed with a little bit of Sekiro—not a foul mixture, however nothing too thrilling both.

Game Informer’s cowl story sounds extra promising, with attention-grabbing concepts like real-time house journey and a Metroid-style method to exploration. Those concepts are tougher to demo although, and can most likely take a complete sport to totally admire.

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