E3 2019 is in full swing after a packed weekend of announcements. EA offered the first extended look at the upcoming “Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order” on Saturday, Keanu Reeves dropped by Xbox’s Sunday press conference, Bethesda let gamers talk about why they love games, and Digital Devolver did whatever it is they do.

But as with any E3, there were plenty of trailers to go along with all the announcements and reveals to wet gamers’ appetites.

While there are already too many to count, there are still a few worth highlighting from the kickoff of gaming's biggest week.

First was the official announcement of Xbox's next console, codenamed Project Scarlett, coming Holiday 2020.

Along with the announcement of Project Scarlett was another fresh look at "Halo: Infinite," set to be released in Holiday 2020 as well.

Also from the Xbox Conference was the reveal that Keanu Reeves is joining CD Projekt Red's "Cyberpunk 2077."

FromSoftware officially announced the brainchild of its partnership with George R.R. Martin, "Elden Ring." At least "A Song of Ice and Fire" fans now know what they can blame George not finishing the last two books in the series on.

The Coalition announced the new co-op mode, Escape, would be coming to "Gears 5." This will pit three players in a race to escape a poison bomb and the Swarm, so teamwork will be a must.

Gamers got a proper look at Cal and his journey to rebuild the Jedi Order in the first gameplay for "Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order."

Battle royale is officially coming to "Fallout: 76" with its new mode - nuclear winter.

Bethesda said players will venture from the depths of Hell to the peaks of Heaven and everywhere in-between in the story trailer for "Doom: Eternal."

"Wolfenstein: Youngblood" will now let friends share in all the Nazi-killing the series is known for. And yes, it is set in the 80s.

Zenimax Online dropped another CGI-short that expands the "Elder Scrolls" universe even more in "The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr." Plus, dragons just make everything better.

Bethesda's new game, "Deathloop," will pit to legendary assassins against each other. And as the name implies, expect to die alot.

Tango Gameworks is trading in survival horror for action adventure with their new game, "Ghostwire: Tokyo." But don't worry, they aren't ditching the supernatural.