The E3 2018 Xbox games lineup is here – in order of our favourite reveals
Now that the E3 2018 Xbox conference has been and gone, you know the world’s biggest gaming expo is now in full swing. When we compare the lineup of games announced at this year’s E3 2018 Xbox conference to the 2017 reveals, you know we’re in for something pretty sweet in the coming months.
Fair enough the E3 2017 presentation offered the Xbox One X – but this year has revealed some very interesting exclusives as well as some great looking cross-platform titles.
The Division 2
In addition to a confirmed release, the Division 2 also taunted a host of new features in a gameplay trailer shown below. The title was rumoured prior to the E3 2018 Xbox conference, and it’ll be interesting if Ubisoft can bring the fan base back into the franchise.
Set before the events of Fallout 4, Fallout 76 shows us a world that hasn’t been totally annihilated. The game debuted at the E3 2018 Xbox presentation and received a welcome reaction from the crowds.
The E3 2018 Xbox announcement surprised and delighted fans in the first glimpse at Gears 5. Kait Diaz is coming to terms with some unwanted visions in the 5th instalment of the franchise.
Opening the E3 2018 Xbox conference with |a new Halo game, specifically Halo infinite, was going to get a great reactions from fans – and it certainly did. We’re looking forward to the return of the Master Chief.
Just Cause 4
The huge explosions, flying bullets and utter carnage came flying into the E3 2018 Xbox presentation from Just Cause 4 – exactly as we’d expect to see.
Dying Light 2
At the E3 2018 Xbox conference a Dying Light 2 announce trailer was followed by a gameplay clip explaining the way the cause-and-effect system works.
Kingdom Hearts 3
Your usual Mickey and goofy appearances were accompanied from characters from Frozen and Wreck-It-Ralph in Square Enix‘ Kingdom Hearts 3 debut trailer.
Sea Of Thieves DLC updates
A personal favourite, pirates are being given their next doses of content, the Sea of Thieves trailer confirms the next DLC coming in July 2018.
A teaser trailer unfortunately not giving anything away other than the Battletoads title being available in 2019, we’ll provide updates as they happen.
Devil May Cry 5
Hideaki Itsuno has made a return to the series after Devil May Cry 5 get’s a reveal at the E3 2018 Xbox conference – nothing on a release date just yet though.
There’s a heck of a lot of shouting going on from Terry Crews in Crackdown 3, check out the trailer below for the game which was last week delayed until 2019.
CD Projeckt Red opened the curtain on Cyberpunk 2077 at Microsoft’s E3 2018 Xbox conference, we’ll keep you posted with any news on a launch date.
That wraps things up for the E3 2018 Xbox conference highlights, next on our agenda is the Ubisoft conference, check out our UK schedule to find out when and where to watch.