E3 this year delivered big trailers and huge surprises. In addition, the biggest gaming event of the year also provided information about future releases from big companies like Ubisoft, Bethesda, Microsoft and more. Unlike 2018, studios tended to give the audience sneak peaks in CG, not the actual gameplay.

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Best game trailers at E3 2019.

Regardless, there were tons of quality content at the event and here are some of the best trailers at E3 2019 in no particular order:

Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt RED released Cyberpunk 2077 in the most epic way possible. The trailer showed V in a male version with a cool story of cities in 2077 behind that. In fact, it was Keanu Reeves in the trailer, being Johnny Silverhand as well as being the presenter at E3 that wow the majority of people. Also, they gave an exact release date of Cyberpunk 2077. What can possibly be better than that?

The Legend of Zelda: The sequel “Breath of the Wild”

In general, Nintendo tends to show off projects and game that usually hit the market within the same year. However, at E3 this year, Nintendo shocked the audience by revealing a teaser for the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at the end of the show. We got to see Zelda and Link in this teaser. They were exploring the dungeon beneath Hyrule Castle and meeting with a sort of reanimated Ganon’s corpse.

Halo: Infinite

Among the biggest titles of Microsoft, Halo: Infinite appeared at E3 in a special feature spot near the end of the annual press conference. We could see a more story-centric footage this year, alongside a UNSC pilot who discovered Master Chief in space, floating. After that, a yellow lightning managed to strike the USNC Pelican, causing Master Chief to grab his gun and get out of his ship. At the moment, Microsoft is keeping Halo: Infinite to themselves until E3 2020 with the launch of Project Scarlett.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate

This one arrived at the end of Nintendo’s presentation this year. Being the second Smash Bros DLC reveal, Super Smash Bros Ultimate smartly used King K. Rool’s trailer. However, this time, the King stayed inside the house of Donkey Kong with Diddy. Kazooie & Banjo showed up and revealed their appearance in the game. This definitely put a smile on the face of many fans out there, seeing all characters together.

Watch Dogs: Legion

Watch Dogs: Legion showcased its unique gameplay and mechanics despite a leak few days before the official reveal. Ubisoft really put a great effort to wow their audience with this ambitious project. Fans saw the process of recruiting a person making them alive. Watch Dogs: Legion gave their fans the freedom to be anyone, from business professionals, grandmothers to punk rockers to rock London!

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy 7 revealed footage of their remake version in Square Enix’s presentation. In addition, the trailer provided a closer look at the game with brand-new combat mechanics, bosses and new characters like Sephiroth and Tifa Lockhart. Midgar also appeared a lot with sweeping wide shots, suggesting a major role of the city this time.

Marvel’s Avengers

This is another highly anticipated title that fans expected from Square Enix. However, as they announced Marvel’s Avengers in the past, the audience didn’t get to see much footage. E3 trailer revealed five starting characters: Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and Black Widow. According to the trailer, a deadly celebration split up the team until a threat raised up, forcing the team to reassemble once again.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

At EA Play from E3 2019, Electronic Arts showed their fans how Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order would actually look like. After that, in Microsoft’s press conference, they released a brand-new trailer, revealing more gameplay moments and a special first-time footage of Cal. Furthermore, we got to see additional support characters, such as Saw Gerrera, who would ring a bell to followers of Star Wars films, comics and TV.


Arkane Studios brought Deathloop to E3 2019 after previous releases of Death of the Outsider and Dishonored 2. In a stylish and action-packed trailer, they revealed two conflicting characters on the Blackreef island. These assassins continuously fought each other, hoping to protect their belief to break or keep this never-ending cycle.

Ghostwire: Tokyo

Ghostwire: Tokyo showed up in Bethesda’s conference at E3 2019. From Tango Gameworks and Shinji Mikami, Ghostwire: Tokyo showcased a stylish trailer of Japan in the future. People vanished into the air and the horror elements were there in the atmosphere. Apparently, supernatural beings were taking over the city and going against the protagonist with a bow alongside special abilities.

Rainbow Six Quarantine

It was very surprising for fans and followers to see a brand-new standalone game in the Rainbow Six franchise. This title in particular focused on the outbreak co-op that first appeared in 2018. Although there wasn’t much information available, we could still expect horror elements from the trailer. In fact, a squad of humans would be up against the threat from the infected-beings.

Elden Ring

Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R.R. Martin cooperated to bring Elden Ring to life. From the title, fans were expecting high fantasy concept as well original gameplay from Souls’ game series. In fact, Elden Ring would be the biggest title in action-RPG that From Software ever created.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

This sequel to 2015’ indie hit would add more boss fights and looking locations to the game while keeping the unique platforming and traversal that made it outstanding in the beginning. From the 2-minute trailer at E3, we could see a bit of the gameplay as well as the amazing art style and the gorgeous color usage.

Doom Eternal

Doom Eternal ended Bethesda’s press conference at E3 this year. Bethesda displayed lots of information and gameplay on this upcoming shooter title. In addition, the Battlemode was there, being a unique take to the multiplayer mode. Doom Eternal showcased story through trailer, revealing Earth’ demonic invasion and how players can repel that. At the same time, the audience got to see the gore and violence that they expected from the franchise.

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

People were aware of this new title but surprisingly, the trailer still delivered some wow factors. Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening featured more gameplay alongside its creative style of art. Dampé appeared in the trailer, introducing dungeon maker. From here, players could collect pieces from their adventure and use them to create unique layouts to explore. Rumors said that players could totally share such dungeons to others, but Nintendo didn’t confirm that just yet.