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These Are The Games And Trailers Microsoft Announced At E3 2019

game trailers from Microsoft’s E3 2019
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Microsoft came out all guns blazing at E3 2019 with plenty of big announcements, including details about its next-gen console, games, acquisitions and more. Microsoft says it revealed 60 games in total, including some long-awaited titles. Here are the new games and game trailers from Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference.

Game trailers from Microsoft’s E3 2019

Microsoft’s Project Scarlett will launch with Halo Infinite. At E3, Microsoft revealed a trailer showing the game’s visuals. The trailer also reveals Master Chief’s return to the series. Based on the trailer, it appears the Covenant has beaten the humans, but Chief looks determined to fight again. Here is the trailer for the game:

Another big release was Elden Ring. It is a fantasy game which is a collaboration between George R.R Martin and Dark Souls creator FromSoftware. The game is in development for now, and the trailer at E3 gave the first look at this highly-rumored game. Here is the trailer of the game:

Microsoft Flight Simulator, a popular PC game, is making a return. The game will launch on the PC next year and will come with a completely new experience.

“From light planes to wide-body jets, fly highly detailed and stunning aircraft in an incredibly realistic world. Create your flight plan and fly anywhere on the planet. Enjoy flying day or night and face realistic, challenging weather conditions,” the description of the game states. Here is the game’s trailer:

One of the biggest game trailers from Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference was for Cyberpunk 2077.  The last shot of the trailer revealed that Keanu Reeves will be starring in the game. After the trailer played, Reeves came onto the stage to talk about the game. The game also got a release date. You can expect to play the game on Apr. 16, 2020. Here is the trailer for the game:

A new trailer for the Fallout-style sci-fi role-playing game The Outer Worlds, was also shown at E3 2019. The game, which was first announced at The Game Awards, tries to blend Fallout’s first-person RPG with a sci-fi universe. The game will launch on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC on Oct. 25. Here is the trailer of the game:

Bleeding Edge is Ninja Theory’s new multiplayer title. In this game, a team of four players will work together to take on opponents. The game gives off a Team Fortress 2 vibe, but its four-on-four battles and focus on melee combat make it unique. The technical alpha for the game will start on June 27.  Here is the game’s trailer:

Microsoft surprised many with the announcement of a new Minecraft spinoff last year called Minecraft Dungeons. At the time, the company did not reveal many details of the game, but now a new trailer was shown at the E3. It was also revealed that this four-person multiplayer game will launch in spring 2020. Here is the trailer of the game:

At E3 Microsoft also released a trailer for Gears of War (Gears 5). Although the trailer did not reveal much, it did inform fans about the release date on Sept. 10. If you are a subscriber to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, then you can play the game four days early. Players who pre-order the game and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will get access to the Terminator: Dark Fate pack as well. Here is the trailer for the game:

Another trailer we saw at E3 was for the three-player couch co-op Battletoads. No other details about the game were released. Here is the game’s trailer:

Microsoft also revealed the first footage of the new Blair Witch game. The trailer gives the same feel as the original movie. Here is the trailer of the game;

Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition was one of the biggest game trailers from Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference. The game is coming later this year and will be available for the Xbox Game Pass for PC. Here is the trailer of the game:

Microsoft also revealed a trailer for Forza Horizon 4 Lego Speed Champions. The popular racing game is getting a Lego variant. Here is the game’s trailer:

The other games Microsoft revealed at E3 2019 include: CrossfireX, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Dying Light 2, Gears Pop!, Lego® Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Phantasy Star Online 2, RPG Time: The Legend of Wright, Sea of Thieves, Spiritfarer, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Tales of Arise, Twelve Minutes, Way to the Woods and more. To learn more about these games, visit this link.