Microsoft had an incredible E3 show, with tonnes of terrific titles on display. The game trailers and reveals didn’t stop coming and we’ve rounded up everything from the mammoth show.
What a way to begin, with the reveal that Master Chief will be returning to Xbox!
Next up was adorable platformer Ori and The Will of The Wisps, which will deliver new combat options and terrifying monsters.
Dark Souls and Bloodborne fans take note: Sekiro is the latest from the developers behind those two and promises incredible action in ancient Japan.
We then got another look at prequel Fallout 76, which Fallout director Todd Howard described as ‘four times bigger’ than Fallout 4.
Next up was a glimpse of a free game set in the Life is Strange universe which is coming June the 26th. The charming trailer instantly melted our hearts!
We love Terry Crews, so seeing him in Crackdown 3 meant we enjoyed the open-world action even more.
Ready to return to Russia? Metro Exodus brings the underground shooter out into the open.
The Disney role playing game swooped in next, showing off a new world based on Frozen.
The amazing open world racer is heading to Britain and bringing along four different seasons for us to drive through.
The survival game got a new story trailer and we’re still creeped out by those white masks!
Ubisoft’s huge open world shooter is heading to Washington DC and looks to be just as frantic as its predecessor. Plus, it’ll be getting a beta before it’s 15th of March 2019 release.
Lara got a new trailer for her superb sequel and it looks like things are getting dark for the Tomb Raider.
This skateboarding gem kick-flipped its way onto the Microsoft stage and we can’t wait to try it out.
Nero and Dante return for more demon fighting action in this incredible trailer for Devil May Cry 5.
Distinctive indie game Tunic looks like a delightfully adventure where you play as a small, heroic fox.
This anime mashup should have fans of Dragonball Z Naruto and One Piece jumping up and down for joy!
Not only will you be fighting zombies in a crowded city once more, but now the choices you make will affect how it appears in game.
A huge curveball, but the beloved retro series returns to Xbox One!
Rico Rodriguez is back, and as you might expect, he’s back causing mayhem once again
Gears 5 continues the Gears of War saga, with the trailer putting the focus on soldier Kait Diaz. We’re revving our chainsaw Lancers in excitement.
Finally, the show ended with a bang: CD Projekt RED’s long-awaited Cyberpunk, which left jaws hanging everywhere.