E3 revealed so many titles and game updates that every gamer or game journalist would want to see for themselves. The annual gaming staple, which has been running for more than two decades, continues to be the venue where the biggest and most anticipated game titles from game companies are revealed, or at least announced.

Sure, some big titles were shown during E3, to the delight of avid fans and gamers alike. Here are some of the games show during E3, according to Business Insider.


First we go to the exclusives. These titles add a significant boost for their respective game companies and corresponding consoles. Those who want to play these titles need to have a certain game system in order to play them:

PlayStation 4

  • "Final Fantasy VII Remake" - this reimagining of the beloved 1997 classic features breathtaking renditions of the famous characters, an expanded storyline, and the promise of seeing several parts each as big as a standalone “Final Fantasy” title.
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Xbox One, PC, Project Scarlett (the next Xbox console)

  • "Halo Infinite" - the sequel to the celebrated series starring Master Chief features a new art style and promises to take players into a new direction different from the previous installments.

Nintendo Switch

  • "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2" - this is a direct sequel to “Breath of the Wild.” It features new enemies, and also features the return of Ganon.
  • "Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020" - a game that features characters from the “Mario” and “Sonic” franchise, all of them doing some Olympic Games.
  • "Luigi's Mansion 3" - is a charming and fun game that puts players in the shoes of Luigi as he goes on a mission haunting ghosts in a haunted hotel.

Cross Platform

Other titles are cross platform and are playable on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC. Here are those titles:

  • "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order"
  • "Apex Legends: Season 2"
  • "DOOM Eternal"
  • "Cyberpunk 2077"
  • "The Outer Worlds"
  • "Watch Dogs Legion" (also playable on the Google Stadia sometime soon).

Not there

Now here are some of the titles that GameSpot wished were presented at E3.

  • “Ghosts of Tsushima”
  • “The Last Of Us Part II”
  • “Beyond Good And Evil 2”
  • A “Bloodborne” sequel
  • Another “Need For Speed” title
  • A new “Bayonetta 3” game
  • “Skull and Bones””
  • “XCOM 3
  • A Rocksteady title