You want a distilled list of the E3 2019 trailers, and that's exactly what we're going to serve up on this constantly updated page while we're at the press conferences (and sometimes getting hands-on time with the games you see).
We're about to get new trailers from Microsoft and Bethesda today, our second day of E3 press conferences, and yesterday we got our first taste of both video game teasers and gameplay footage, care of Electronic Arts and EA Sports at its EA Play press conference. They are in-depth, too, with full walkthroughs of the Star Wars Fallen Order, Apex Legends Season 2: Battle Cry, FIFA 20 and Madden 20 to name a few games.
These E3 trailers you seen below, embedded from YouTube, are just the beginning. Besides Microsoft and Bethesda serving up even more gameplay video goodness later today, we'll have content from the PC Gaming Show on Monday, which always brings epic trailers from a variety of major publishers and indie developers. Square and Ubisoft events happen Monday, too.
Check out the best E3 trailers we've amassed on our constantly updated page.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order E3 trailer
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was the big highlight out of the EA Play press conference at E3 2019, and this gameplay trailer tells you why. It has lightsaber battles, ample use of The Force, and enough jumping mechanics to rival the Uncharted series. It looks great, but we're waiting for true hands-on time with this one on the E3 show floor.
Apex Legends: Season 2 E3 trailer
Apex Legend didn't get off to the best start, and Electronic Arts recognized that in its E3 live stream. Better yet, it's fixing a lot of the problems with weapon balancing and depth of challenges in Season 2. We also get a new legend, Wattson, and a backstory, as evidenced by this more nuanced storyline trailer.
Battlefield 5 Chapter 4 E3 trailer
Chapter 4: Defying the Odds is full of fresh content, including new maps, weapons, elite characters and skins. And if you've hit a ceiling at Rank 50, you have some work to do soon, as the rank will be raised to 500.
FIFA 20 E3 trailer
The official FIFA 20 E3 2019 reveal trailer focuses more on the new mode premiering than actual gameplay footage. However, you'll be happy to know that Volta Football is a part of this year's game, bringing FIFA Street like gameplay back into the mix. We'll hopefully have more gameplay video from E3 2019 as well as hands-on time.
Madden NFL 20 E3 trailer
New X-Factor abilities and Face of the Franchise showed up in the Madden 20 trailer, and that's going to excite a lot of fans. So is the Pro Bowl mode that's returning after vanishing in the 2014 season. The game launched on August 2, but you can join the closed beta this month to get an early taste of this season's football sim.
The Sims 4: Island Living E3 trailer
The Sims 4 has another expansion. It takes place on an island. You can go snorkeling (good) or get sunburnt (bad). There are also mermaids in this topical-themed Sims expansion for 2019. Okay, here's something worthwhile: EA partnered with the It Gets Better Project in order to bring new Pride and It Gets Better items. So you'll find new articles of clothing, a gender neutral bathroom door, and other items that will let Sims players show off their LGBTQ+ pride, according to PC Gamer.
Baldur's Gate 3 E3 2019 trailer
Baldur's Gate Gate 3 was the surprise announcement just ahead of E3 2019, and it's coming out sooner than anyone had expected: November 2019, within the Google Stadia launch window. It's also coming to the PC, of course. Larian Studios, the developer behind Divinity: Original Sin, is handling this game.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep E3 trailer
More Destiny 2 content is on the way in September, and this Shadowkeep E3 trailer shows that it's another major expansion, just like the Forsaken expansion before it. The good news is that you won't be required to own the original game in order to play this one. Bungie is considering this a whole new content experience.
Destroy All Humans! remake E3 trailer
Remember the 2005 game Destroy All Humans! and its various sequels? Well, there's a remake happening for newer consoles, the PS4, Xbox One and PC. It's not due out until 2020, so this official E3 trailer is just a teaser without actual gameplay footage. But it's enough to hold you over – if you've been running low on both Cryptosporidium 137 and late 1950s nostalgia.
Darksiders Genesis E3 trailer
Here's another E3 2019 trailer for a THQ franchise being carried on by THQ Nordic, which also handled Darksiders 3 a year ago. This E3-announced spin-off prequel has the fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse, Strife, as its main protagonist and it's due out in 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and even Google Stadia.
Control E3 trailer
This Control teaser trailer showed up ahead of E3 2019 and it gives us just enough without actually spoiling the plot surrounding the Federal Bureau of Control. And, since this is a game from Remedy Entertainment (the developer behind the Max Payne and Alan Wake games), the story is a major component. We'll find out more on August 27 when this game launches on PS4, Xbox One and the PC.
Gylt E3 2019 trailer
Just ahead of E3 2019, we got a trailer for the first Google Stadia exclusive game, Gylt. It's supposed to be a haunting single player puzzle adventure game and stars the main playable character, Sally, who is searching for her missing cousin, Emily. Is this E3 reveal trailer enough to make you want to pre-order Stadia? We'll let you watch and decide.
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