E3 2019 is kicking off this June 12. With the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2019 just a few days away, here are some confirmed games you can expect to see this year:

Gears 5

The Coalition will show off "Gears 5," their upcoming third-person shooter, at E3 2019 after it’s official announcement during the Microsoft press conference last year. During the conference, Coalition told fans about Kait, the game’s protagonist, and the inter-squad conflict that will threaten their war with the Swarm. More campaign gameplay is expected to be revealed during E3 2019, and the game will also have a panel the E3 Coliseum with Geoff Keighley. Fans of the franchise may be pricy to multiplayer gameplay as well.

Halo Infinite

"Halo Infinite" was announced at the Microsoft press conference last year, but developers, 343 Industries, remained silent after that. The announcement’s only intention was to reveal the game’s brand new Slipspace Engine. The game, however, is still very early in development and as such, fans of the franchise should expect no more than snippets of campaign gameplay or a cinematic trailer.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint

"Ghost Recon Breakpoint" was announced in May and has been confirmed for E3 2019. Ubisoft demonstrated a surprisingly large amount of gameplay, showing off changes made to the game since "Ghost Recon Wildlands." Ubisoft also dove into the game’s main story which will involve soldiers gone rogue. Fans of the franchise can expect lengthy gameplay demonstrations, and other details about the game such as the multiplayer aspects.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

For E3 2019, EA Play won’t have a traditional press conference which is a stark difference to previous years where they did. However, this June 8, "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" will be given a 30-minute livestream segment. Fans who are looking forward to the game’s release can expect to see never-before-seen gameplay. "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is currently being developed by Apex Legends and "Titanfall" studio Respawn Entertainment.


Another game set to appear at EA Play 2019 is "FIFA 20." This game is consistently considered to be one of the best sports game franchises ever, with its predecessors gaining huge success. Fans of the franchise can expect to see "FIFA 20" at E3 2019.

Madden NFL 20

This game is the undisputed king of NFL football games and is set to appear at EA Play 2019. "Madden NFL 20" will be adding "X-Factors" for 50 of the biggest stars in the league, giving them the chance to greatly impact their team’s success. Additionally, the time between plays has been reduced, and there have been changes made to the defensive gameplay to make it less frustrating and more engaging.

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

The first two "Trine" games were action-puzzle games with a charming atmosphere however fans were disappointed with the third installment that introduced 3D gameplay. The game’s developer, Frozenbyte, listened to the community and will return to 2D with "Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince." The game will follow three heroes on a magical adventure and will more closely resemble the first two games in the franchise.

Doom Eternal

"Doom Eternal" remains the only fully confirmed game set to appear at Bethesda’s E3 2019 Showcase. The game will serve as a sequel to 2016’s rebooted "Doom" and will move the fight with demons to Earth. Multiplayer will be developed in-house at Id Software, instead of being outsourced this time around.

New Darksiders Game

"Darksiders III" was just released less than a year ago, however THQ Nordic is wasting no time and developing yet another game. Not much is known about the new "Darksiders" game, however, the game’s publisher has stated that it will take the franchise in a new direction.

Dying Light 2

The first "Dying Light" took the zombie genre by storm. The game’s parkour mechanics were applauded and seen to have added a new element of fun to the genre. The sequel to "Dying Light" is expected to outdo its predecessor as it is being written by Chris Avellone, legendary game scribe. The game will also feature a more living world compared to the first game.

Borderlands 3

"Borderlands 3" has been fully unveiled already. Details about the game like areas to explore and villains to face have already been released. However, Randy Pitchford, Gearbox CEO, has shared that fans will get a look at a new planet as well as a new Vault Hunter at E3 2019.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" recently revealed a cinematic trailer and gameplay details back in May. The game will be a reimagined take on previous games that launched the "Call of Duty" franchise into superstardom. The game will star some of the characters from the original trilogy but will not be a direct remake of any of the earlier games. Developer Infinity Ward focused on classic "Call of Duty" action and developed a new engine in the hopes that "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" makes a splash at E3 2019.

Marvel’s Avengers

Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix previously announced "The Avengers Project." It’s final name, however, has been revealed as "Marvel’s Avengers" and will be an action-adventure title with single-player and multiplayer co-op elements. The game will also feature continuous gameplay and will be showcased during the Square Enix press conference.

Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Red has had quite a few successes under its belt, one of which is "The Witcher 3." The game is considered to be one of the best role-playing games out there, however, CD Projekt Red seems to be going a different direction with their latest game. "Cyberpunk 2077" is set in a futuristic setting with fire-arm based combat and will be played from a first-person perspective.

The Electronic Entertainment Expo this year will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. E3 2019 will run from June 11 to 13 jeriaska / Flickr