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E3 2019: everything we expect to see at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year


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Summary

It wasn't a short-and-sweet E3 keynote, but a full day of deep dive trailers into EA's biggest titles.Between EA Play on Saturday and the opening of the show floor on Tuesday morning you can also expect a press event for Microsoft on Sunday afternoon with Bethesda, Square Enix, Ubisoft and Nintendo's keynotes sandwiched in between. But that looks like that's going to change at E3.Thanks to a tweet posted to the Marvel's Avengers twitter in late May, we know we're going to see Crystal Dynamic's game at the show, as well as Final Fantasy VII Remake which recently had a key spot during Sony's last State of Play event.We also know that Square Enix is currently working on Dragon Quest Builders 2 on Nintendo Switch, as it was announced during a Nintendo Direct earlier this year, as well as Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition.Outside of those games, it’s likely we’ll hear more about the next episode in Life is Strange 2, as well as DLC for Kingdom Hearts III. Less likely, Microsoft could have demos of the HoloLens 2 in a similar setup to a few years ago when it paired the hardware with a demo of Halo 5: Guardians, but that’s on the far fringes of what’s likely to happen.In terms of games, we’re predicting that Microsoft’s first-party studios should be there in full force with new footage of Gears 5, Halo Infinite and, as always, a new Forza title.Last year Microsoft announced the acquisition of several new studios including The Initiative, Undead Labs, Playground Games, Ninja Theory and Compulsion Games, so hopefully we’ll start to see some of the projects these companies have been working on.Elder Scrolls VI (Image Credit: Bethesda)Keynote time: Sunday, June 9, 2019 at 5:30pm PTRegardless of Sony's plans, we now know that Bethesda will be holding a showcase event at E3 2019, close in time to last year's event. In between bombshell announcements, we’re also likely to hear more about Bethesda’s free-to-play and mobile offerings like Elder Scrolls Blades, which is due out later this year, and The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a free-to-play card game that’s in the same vein as Hearthstone.Unfortunately, those of us expecting to see new trailers for the next hotly anticipated entry in the Elder Scrolls franchise, Elder Scrolls VI, and Bethesda's ambitious sci-fi project, Starfield, are going to be disappointed. That said, we won't rule out another State of Play event, like the one Sony held back in March.If that doesn't happen, well, we’ll just have to wait to hear more about The Last of Us Part II, Death Stranding and Ghost of Tsushima.Beyond Good & Evil 2 (Image Credit: Ubisoft)Keynote time: Monday, June 10, 2019 at 1pm PT (4pm ET, 9pm UK) Ubisoft will definitely be back at this year's E3. Keynote time: Technically not a keynote, but the first Stadia Connect aired on June 6 at 9 am PDTWhile it's not technically part of E3 as it doesn't have a partnership with the ESA, Google has shown that it wants to be part of the big show by leading the week's events with a Google Stadia announcement.In a 25-minute presentation held on June 6, Google Stadia boss (and former Microsoft VP) Phil Harrison gave us our first tangible details about the new streaming service coming later this year.

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