Watch The Xbox E3 2019 Briefing Live Stream Via Mixer

Monday, 10 Jun, 2019

Ubisoft, at its E3 event, is expected showcase Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Tom Clancy's The Division and Rainbow Six Siege. Rumors making the rounds today have claimed that we'll see Ubisoft reveal Rainbox Six Quarantine during the show as well, so Ubisoft's press conference is shaping up to be a Tom Clancy-heavy affair. Here's what you can expect to see at E3 2019.

It's that time of year again. And while it could have several big games, the expected focus of the show will be on the "Final Fantasy VII Remake" and Square's upcoming "Marvel's Avengers" game.

Honestly, who knows? Expect insanity (and indie games).

Xbox supported a Borderlands 3 event at the start of May and the September launch could well turn up, especially after a surprise expansion for "Borderlands 2" leaked with a June 9 date; Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Battletoads and skateboarding sim Session should be considered at least as likely for acknowledgement. E3 2019 will host Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Xbox, Bethesda, Nintendo, Square Enix, with their upcoming projects, starting from Saturday, June 8th. We'll nearly certainly hear more about Project xCloud too, which is slated to begin testing this year.

Gears 5 is going to be a major showcase for Microsoft I suspect.

Below you'll find the full schedule for every press conference, including start times for a variety of timezones.

Apart from this, The Coalition also published the official cover of Gears 5 which you can see at the bottom of this news. As for the new titles, one might get to hear more about Fire Emblem Three Houses, Luigi's Mansion 3, and the Switch version of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. This means there's still a chance the new Animal Crossing game will be on display at the show. E3 2019 officially begins on June 11, but it's the press conferences scheduled for the days prior where most of the news actually happens.

Xbox is taking over Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater for its E3 2019 programme.

As E3 closes in on us, the developers and publishers of the gaming world are starting to reveal what their shows are going to look like this year and according to an agenda that was shared by Xbox Brasil, Microsoft is going to have one of the longest ever E3 shows.