Microsoft debuted a ton of trailers and gameplay during its E3 2018 press conference. A teaser for Halo Infinite opened the show along with announcements from Capcom for Devil May Cry 5, FromSoftware for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and a gorgeous Cyberpunk 2077 trailer.
Here’s a roundup of every single trailer from the press conference. To catch up on everything Xbox E3, check out our storystream here.
That’s right, there’s going to be a new installment in the Halo franchise. Powered by a new engine, Slipspace, this game will follow Master Chief once again on a different kind of journey.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Last year’s E3 saw a teaser for Ori and the Will of the Wisps, but this year we got a new gameplay trailer. The game is set to release in 2019.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
The creators of Bloodborne have a new game set in feudal Japan. Gameplay shows mythological monsters and demons with a similar punishing combat style from Dark Souls.
The official trailer for Fallout 76 is here! It is said to be four times bigger than Fallout 4. Watch for more maps, gameplay and scenery.
The Adventures of Captain Spirit
Set in the same universe as the Life Is Strange series, The Adventures of Captain Spirit focuses on childhood imagination and telling your own stories. It’s also 100 percent free.
Everything is made better by Terry Crews. Crackdown 3 included.
An extended look into Metro Exodus’ gameplay.
Kingdom Hearts 3
New footage from Kingdom Hearts 3 shows off the world of Frozen with Elsa and Olaf.
Sea of Thieves DLCs: Cursed Sails and Forbidden Shores
Rare shows two new characters for Sea of Thieves, a pirate adventurer and a representative from the Order of Souls, as well as the announcement of two DLCs hitting this year.
Forza Horizon 4
Forza Horizon 4 takes the series to Britain and adds dynamic seasons and hovercraft.
A dramatic teaser of the single-player War Story mode; the gameplay digs into the story of Nordlys.
We Happy Few
A new story trailer for We Happy Few announces its release date.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition
The classics are coming back! New content, characters and more this year.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is set this time in Washington D.C. and is expected to release March 2019.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
New Shadow of the Tomb Raider takes us deep into apocalyptic mystery, showing off gameplay footage and teasing its story.
Hey, it’s no Tony Hawk’s Underground but it’s still skateboarding!
Black Desert Online
Devil May Cry 5
The return of Nero and Dante caught us all by surprise — watch for a release in spring 2019.
The adorable Legend of Zelda-esque adventure game starring a fox is one of our most anticipated games. Finji, the studio behind Night in the Woods, is currently working on the game.
Cuphead will have a brand new character and a DLC later this year.
All your favorite Shonen Jump characters are coming together in Jump Force, a fighting game. Watch Luffy duke it out with Naruto. And see if you can catch a glimpse of Death Note’s Ryuk!
Dying Light 2
In Dying Light 2, the zombie survivors’ situation has become dire. Things are much darker than before.
Battletoads, the legendary hard-ass side-scroller of the 8-bit console generation, will return in 2019 with a new look.
Just Cause 4
Ah, yes. The classic age-old battle between man and tornado.
This ... is not a joke.
Gears Tactics is a new, turn-based strategy game that takes place 12 years before the first Gears of War.
Gears of War 5
The first Gears of War 5 trailer offers an even deeper look at alien guts!
CD Projekt Red finally releases a smashing new trailer for what we’ve all been waiting for. You might want to watch this more than once though — the trailer included free codes for The Witcher 3.