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All Of Xbox’s Announcements From E3 2019

Early this morning, Xbox took to the stage at E3 2019 to reveal a tonne of Xbox news, showing off game trailers, new accessories and – you guessed it – their next generation of console.

The Outer Worlds

The epic looking space role-playing game was given a new trailer and an October 25th release date.

Bleeding Edge

As per the leaks, Ninja Theory’s new game, the first after their acquisition by Xbox, is Bleeding Edge, a 4v4 action melee game.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Microsoft finally unveiled a release date for Ori and the Will of the Wisps, detailing that it’s set for release early next year on February 11, 2020.

Minecraft Dungeons

Microsoft has owned the Minecraft property for a little while now, but haven’t done an awful lot with it. Of course, they announced Minecraft Earth – a new AR game being worked on – but at E3 2019, they have also announced Minecraft Dungeon, an isometric dungeon crawler embedded within the Minecraft world. coming to Xbox and PC Spring 2020.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

The hotly anticipated Star Wars game received a new trailer, showing off Forest Whitaker in full force.

Blair Witch

A trailer for a new Blair Witch game was shown and it looks real spooky. Viewer discretion advised.

Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk got a new story trailer, a release date of April 16th 2020 and revealed Keanu Reeves is in the game.

Spiritfarer

The game “is a cozy management game about dying.” You play as a “ferrymaster to the deceased, build a boat to explore the world, care for your spirit friends, and guide them across mystical seas to finally release them into the afterlife.” It’s coming 2020 to all platforms.

Battletoads

Battletoads was announced last year but it was this year that we finally got a chance to see how the game will look and play. Utilising a highly stylised art direction that calls back to the original games but still seems to be it’s own, the game will support up to three player couch co-op as well as some pretty gnarly boss battles.

The Legend of Wright

It’s coming in 2020 and is an RPG inspired by tabletop games.

ID @ Xbox

A tonne of indie games coming to Game Pass were shown off in a snappy trailer.

Game Pass

With a library of over one hundred games, curated just for the PC, the service is in open beta right now. Some of the games coming to PC in the package include Imperator: Rome, Football Manager 2019 and Master Chief Collection.

Batman Arkham Knight, Metro Exodus, Hollow Knight and the Borderlands Handsome Collection is coming to the Xbox as well.

Game Pass Ultimate subscribers get access to the PC pass at no extra cost.

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Flight Simulator is one of those games that people have always kind of wanted but never really made a splash this generation as much as it did in previous ones. Microsoft today have revealed a brand new Flight Simulator, which will run in 4K and is powered by both real map data and Microsoft’s Azure infrastructure.

Double Fine Productions Is Now An Xbox Studio

Last year, Microsoft expanded their Xbox Game Studios stocks by gobbling up a number of high-profile studios which, based on what we’ve seen so far, has certainly appeared to bear fruit. During their E3 2019 conference, it was announced that Double Fine Productions has become the newest acquisition of Xbox Game Studios.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

All nine films are given the LEGO treatment coming 2020.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

A new Dragon Ball game is coming in 2020.

Age of Empires II

The game will feature updated 4K visuals, remastered audio as well as a brand new campaign called The Last Khans.

12 Minutes

This tense trailer for the upcoming game 12 Minutes was shown. It’s coming to “PC and console” but no more clarification was given.

Way To The Woods

It’s got a beautiful art style and is coming in 2020. Don’t kill Bambi!

Wasteland 3

Got a new trailer suggesting it’s adopting a vastly different tone to its predecessors.

Gears of War 5

The Coalition revealed a new trailer and a release date of September 10. They also showed a new mode and a Terminator-themed character pack.

New Elite Controller

A new Elite Controller is coming, with a bunch of new and improved features.

Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions

LEGO vehicles are being added to Forza Horizon 4.

Dying Light 2

They showed a new trailer revealing the main character Aiden, who is infected themselves. It also got a loose release date of Spring 2020 (Autumn for us here in Australia).

Gears Pop

The mobile game announced last year received a new trailer. It will be available to “preorder soon” on the App and Google Play Stores.

State of Decay 2: Heartland

The downloadable add-on with two new stories and threats is available now.

Phantasy Star Online 2

It’s coming to the west free-to-play via the Xbox One in Spring (slash Autumn here) in 2020.

CrossfireX

CrossfireX is a massive multiplayer war shooter coming to Xbox first in 2020. It’s phrased as “first to console”, so we assume it’ll launch simultaneously for PC.

Tales of Arise

Again, as per the leak, Tales of Arise is coming next year.

Borderlands 3

The September game got a new trailer.

Elden Ring

Here’s George R. R. Martin’s game made in collaboration with From Software. We got a trailer, but not much else.

XCloud

Xbox’s game streaming service is available to test on the show floor. It is coming to existing Xboxes.

Next Gen: Project Scarlett

“The console is vital and central to our experience.” They spoke about faster low times with a solid-state drive, a four times more powerful processor, resolution and frame rates not seen before. 8K and 120 frames per second were mentioned.

Halo Infinite

It got a trailer and was confirmed to be a launch title for Xbox Scarlett. Despite the trailer giving off ‘soft reboot’ vibes because it does feel like a breath of fresh air for the series, 343 Industries has been pretty firm about it being a sequel to Halo 5: Guardians which wasn’t received well by fans or critics.

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