In the heart of Los Angeles, California, the biggest gaming companies in the world are in town to unveil new games coming out soon, games in development, and even new hardware to support those experiences.
Microsoft, Bethesda, and EA already held presentations over the weekend where they announced big games like "Halo Infinite" and "Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order." The star of the show so far is probably "Cyberpunk 2077," which got an introduction from actor Keanu Reeves, who plays a role in the game.
Check out all of the biggest announcements coming out of E3 2019.
The next Xbox, codenamed "Project Scarlett," will launch in "holiday 2020."
A new "Halo" game, called "Halo Infinite," will launch with the new Xbox in holiday 2020.
"Cyberpunk 2077," one of the most anticipated games in recent memory, will launch on April 16, 2020 — as announced by Keanu Reeves, who plays a role in the game.
Electronic Arts showed off gameplay from "Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order," which will be a story-driven action title that the game's creators say is officially "Star Wars canon."
"Gears 5," the fifth installment in the "Gears of War" franchise, will launch on September 10.
The creators of "Dark Souls" and the creator of "Game of Thrones" are working together on a new title.
"The Outer Worlds," a new RPG from the original makers of "Fallout," will launch on October 25.
Square Enix announced its remake of "Final Fantasy VII" will launch on March 3, 2020.
Microsoft's Xbox Studios has acquired Double Fine Productions, the developer behind "Psychonauts" and the upcoming "Psychonauts 2."
Microsoft unveiled a new version of its Elite controller. "Series 2" has an internal rechargeable battery this time around, which can provide up to 40 hours of play time on a single charge. It'll also have Bluetooth and its own charging dock.
"Ghostwire: Tokyo" is a beautiful-looking action game from the creators of "The Evil Within."
"Ori and the Will of the Wisps," the anticipated sequel to the 2015 game "Ori and the Blind Forest," will release on February 11, 2020.
Fans finally saw more of "Doom Eternal, the sequel to the 2016 hit "Doom," which launches November 22.
"Deathloop" is a "mind-bending" game from the creators of "Dishonored," which revolves around two rivals that seemed destined to kill each other.
Microsoft is letting you play your Xbox One games "anywhere," thanks to a new remote play feature, starting this October.