Published by forahobby on Monday, June 24, 2019
Tagged: Gaming, Xbox One,
E3 2019 is always one of the most anticipated events that of the year. If you are an avid gamer, then you know some of the biggest game brands took part in the event this year. Game publishers such as Microsoft, Nintendo, Bethesda, Ubisoft, and Square Enix all took part of the event. E3 2019 gave us some insight into some of the hottest new and upcoming games, announcements, and teases.
Moreover, gamers are always hoping to get a reveal of the next generation games which will be launched next year. It doesn't matter if you like Betway and playing on Betway88, or if you are looking for something exciting in the gaming world, E3 is what you are looking forward to.
However, on a sad note, two of the biggest names in the gaming industry will not be taking part in this year's E3. Sony and EA have taken a back seat on this one. Sony will completely not take part in the even, which is terrible news to gamers who are waiting for PS5. However, there was hope that Sony might hold another State of the Play event. On the other hand, EA hosted its own games weekend long before the main event.
Let's take a look at a couple of things you might have missed at E3, and why you may want to look forward to it next year, just like you look forward to playing games on Betway.
#1. The Release of Gear 5
During last year's E3 Microsoft announced that Gear 5 would be released this year. The new game will feature a mobile game which is based off Funko Pop features, a new mainline installment, and a new title. The original will take off from ware Gears of War 4 left off. There are other tons of games which will be released such as;
- Final Fantasy
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
- Avengers Game
- Evil Genius 2.
- Monster Hunters world: Iceborne.
#2. The introduction of Halo
The new Halo series will star Pablo Schreiber and has been produced by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane. Schreiber will be the Master Chief, and he will adorn the Spartan Armor. However, Microsoft might not give the new TV series much spotlight at the E3, but it will still be enough to get the crowd excited.
#3. The reveal of Halo Infinite
Microsoft dominated E3 after its most significant competitor, PlayStation bowed out of the event. Microsoft is set to release Halo Infinite which is the next flagship of the Xbox series. The announcement for the gameplay was released in 2018. The trailer revealed the new Slipspace engine although much of the other details will be announced this year. Although Halo will not come out in 2020, along-side Project Scarlett it was certainly one of the main highlights of the event.
#4. Xbox Project Scarlett
As expected, Microsoft announced their next gen console Xbox Project Scarlett at this years E3. The next Xbox is called Xbox Project Scarlett. Built around custom designed hardware from AMD, including their new NAVI graphics architecture and a Zen 2 CPU, Project Scarlett will set a new bar for console power, speed and performance, arriving Holiday 2020 alongside Halo Infinite.
With a custom-designed AMD processor, high bandwidth GDDR6 memory, and a next generation solid state drive (SSD), Project Scarlett will give developers the power they need to bring their creative visions to life. Thousands of games across four console generations will look and play best on Project Scarlett.For a complete list of all games announced at E3, head on over to the Xbox games hub on XBOXONE-HQ.COM for our coverage of upcoming Xbox games, release dates, news, dlc updates and more.