E3 2019 is just a few weeks away. Surprisingly, Activision hasn’t announced the name of the Call of Duty it will show off during E3, something the company traditionally does prior to the show in mid- to late May. But we do know Activision will be showcasing 2019’s Call of Duty at E3, whatever it may be.
Microsoft is confirmed to be attending 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 fully expect the Xbox/Microsoft conference to be chock-full of exciting E3 2019 games for PC.
Join us as we round up every E3 2019 game that’s been confirmed for the show, as well as a list of the games that are highly likely to be present. Here are all the E3 2019 games we know about so far:
CYBERPUNK 2077 – CONFIRMED
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 big detail we’re all after is the Cyberpunk 2077 release date, and the good news there is that CD Projekt Red think E3 2019 will be a good place to talk about their launch plans. Press and fans alike have also only witnessed Cyberpunk 2077 from afar, so hopefully we’ll get some hands on time this year.
E3 2019 is just some weeks away. Surprisingly, Activision hasn’t introduced the identify of the Call of Duty it can exhibit throughout E3, one thing the corporate historically does previous to the present in mid- to late May. But we do know Activision will probably be showcasing 2019’s Call of Duty at E3, no matter it might be.
So far, Call of Duty is all Activision has deliberate for E3. Granted, the corporate would not have to announce the rest. Clues have been hinting that the upcoming Call of Duty will be Modern Warfare 4, a sequel to one of many franchise’s hottest sequence. If that is all Activision has for E3 2019, that’ll be sufficient.
Activision has no scheduled E3 press convention, so the following Call of Duty will most probably premiere exterior of any present. Sony won’t be holding a press conference during E3 this 12 months, and so they’re often the one to host Call of Duty bulletins.
Activision does have just a few extra video games scheduled for 2019: Crash Team Racingand Call of Duty: Mobile. However, neither has been confirmed for E3. They may very well be proven off, although.
We do not know an excessive amount of about 2019’s Call of Duty. Even its identify continues to be unknown. Infinity Ward has been confirmed because the developer behind the brand new recreation although. Five former Infinity Ward developers–most of which went on to work with Respawn on Titanfall and Titanfall 2 after ending Modern Warfare 3–have returned to the studio to work on the new Call of Duty. Unlike final 12 months’s Black Ops 4, 2019’s Call of Duty will have a traditional single-player campaign. Activision has confirmed 2019’s Call of Duty may have a “huge expansive multiplayer world” and “fun co-op gameplay,” however didn’t make clear any additional. The recreation is already in a playable state.
HALO INFINITE – CONFIRMED
We only got the teensiest of glimpses of Halo Infinite at E3 2018 so hopefully we’ll see something a bit more substantial this time around. The new Halo game is being referred to as “spiritual reboot” internally, and 343 Industries chief Bonnie Ross told IGN we’ll learn more about it at E3 2019. With no Sony at the show, a big Halo PC reveal could steal the show for Microsoft.
DOOM ETERNAL – CONFIRMED
Bethesda continue their trend of hosting their own E3 show where they promise we’ll get an “in-depth look” at Doom Eternal. The gameplay and level reveals of Doom Eternal at Quakecon were more than enough to whet our appetites for this extended look at the next Doom game, but what we really want to know is the Doom Eternal release date.
DYING LIGHT 2 – CONFIRMED
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.
GEARS 5 – LIKELY
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 probably 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.
SESSION – LIKELY
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.
BEYOND GOOD & EVIL 2 – LIKELY
Ubi is taking its sweet time with Beyond Good & Evil 2, but they’ve been shown it off at two E3 shows on the trot, making it very likely that we’ll see more of it at E3 2019.
Activision has no scheduled E3 press conference, so the next Call of Duty will most likely premiere outside of any show. Sony won’t be holding a press conference during E3 this year, and they’re usually the one to host Call of Duty announcements.
Activision does have a few more games scheduled for 2019: Crash Team Racing and Call of Duty: Mobile. However, neither has been confirmed for E3. They could be shown off, though.