Xbox E3 2019 Briefing – Everything you Need to Know
Dying Light 2
Dying Light 2 is the sequel to the hit zombie game Dying Light. In Dying Light 2 every decision you make is important as you try to survive this open-world survival horror action game which will be releasing Spring 2020.
Forza Horizon 4: Lego Speed Champions Expansion
Everything is awesome in the Forza Horizon 4: Lego Speed Champions expansion. This expansion will have players racing around Lego cars as they collect bricks to construct a Master Builder’s house with a garage so you can store your Lego Speed Champions Cars. You won’t have to wait very long to check out this expansion as it releases on June 13.
Gear Pop! received a new trailer and is actually now available for pre-order on both Android and iOS.
State of Decay: Heartland
State of Decay: Heartland had a new story based expansion announced that is actually available right now. There are two storylines you can choose from as you face deadly threats never seen before.
Phantasy Star Online 2 Coming West
Phantasy Star Online 2 which originally released in 2012 is coming to North America for the first time via Xbox One. All the content that has been released for the game over the years will be free to play. It’ll launch on Xbox One during the Spring of 2020 and while this game has been on the PS4 for years in Japan, it’s likely at some point it will also be released on the PS4 in North America in addition to the Xbox One.
CrossfireX Coming to Xbox One
CrossfireX is a first-person shooter game where players are in a global conflict between private military factions. While it has been on the PC for awhile, it will be first to console on the Xbox One in 2020.
Tales of Arise Announced
The next game in Bandai Namco’s popular Tales franchise was announced that being Tales of Arise. Tales of Arise is looking to take the Tales series in a bold new direction as can be seen in the trailer. Tales of Arise is releasing sometime during 2020.
Elden Ring Announced
Elden Ring is a new game by the creator of the Dark Souls series, Hidetaka Miyazaki and author of the Game of Thrones series, George R.R. Martin. It is being developed by FromSoftware and will be their largest game to-date.
Project xCloud received a couple more details, like how there will be two ways to stream one which will turn your Xbox One into a server.
Xbox Project Scarlett and Halo: Infinite
Details were finally revealed for Xbox Project Scarlett. It will have a custom processor by AMD making it 4x more powerful than an Xbox One X and include variable refresh rates and next-gen ray tracing. The SSD will be used as virtual ram allowing for more details to be added to a game world.
Halo: Infinite was also given a trailer which shows the return of Master Chief as he plans to continue the fight. Both the Xbox Project Scarlett and Halo: Infinite will be released alongside each other during the Holiday season of 2020.
That was everything you need to know about the Microsoft E3 2019 Briefing but be sure to check out what Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda, and Square Enix had to show at their events. You can also watch the entire Xbox E3 2019 Briefing below.