Missed E3 and don’t feel like watching it? Or did you watch it and just forgot to pay attention? Whatever your scenario, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a roundup of everything that happened at Xbox’s E3 2019 conference.

Full disclaimer: This may not be in order. This article writer is not responsible for any chronological differences or any mentions of bosoms or videogame husbands. If we missed something, let us know! Everyone here is very sleepy and mistakes may be made.

The Outer Worlds opened up the conference with a very nice trailer and gameplay reveal. You can read our feature on it here and watch the trailer below!

The Outer Worlds is due out on Xbox Game Pass on October 25th.

Bleeding Edge from Ninja Theory was announced! You can read our article about it here and watch the trailer below.

There’s no release date for Bleeding Edge, but a technical alpha is coming on June 27th.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps, which is coming out in February 2020. You know the drill: we have a nice article about Ori and the Will of the Wisps here, and the trailer shown at E3 is below!

Minecraft Dungeons, which launches Spring 2020 for Xbox One and PC. It’ll also launch in Xbox Game Pass! Woo!

Our article is here, the trailer is below.

Cyberpunk 2077 showed off an explosive trailer featuring a cybernetic Keanu Reeves. The real and far fleshier Keanu then came out on stage and was, quite frankly, breathtaking.

We have an article about Cyberpunk 2077 here. Alternatively, just search for pictures of Keanu Reeves and let yourself have a dreamy time.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order got yet another trailer showing off even more fancy gameplay. You can watch it below, because we’re nice and fond of embedding trailers.

Spiritfarer received a reveal trailer which made me tear up a little. It’s very cute and due out in 2020.

There’s also a new Blair Witch game coming, courtesy of Bloober Team, who are also responsible for Layers of Fear and its sequel. Terrifying! You can read our article here.

Battletoads? Battletoads. That’s all we need to say on that one.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is back and it’s better than ever! Planes! HD landscapes! Planes again! We wrote a glowing article about it here. The trailer is below. Make sure you’re sitting down for this one.

Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition also got a fancy trailer. A definitive trailer?

Xbox also announced that they’d decided to acquire Double Fine Productions and celebrated by releasing a gameplay trailer for Psychonauts 2. Our article is here, and the trailer is below. You know the drill.

Wasteland 3 had a ridiculous trailer full of snow and mayhem.

Phantasy Star Online 2 is headed westwards – but only to North America, much to our editor’s incredible sadness. Our article about it is here and the E3 trailer is below.

Gears of War 5 got a confirmed release date, a trailer, a lot of fire, the terminator, and a new gameplay mode announced. Our article about Gears 5 can be found here and the Kait trailer can be found below. (The other trailers are in our article, so click on that link!)

Dragon Ball Z’s upcoming RPG received a gameplay trailer and a vague release date. Our article can be found here. The game is due out in 2020.

Bored of games? Prefer controllers? Good news! The Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 is here to fulfil all your controller-related needs. Our article outlining the controller’s new details and capabilities is here, or you can just gaze in awe at the trailer below.

Fan of the Dying Light series? Nice – here’s a trailer for Dying Light 2. You’re welcome. I think.

Fond of LEGO? Always wanted a car made of LEGO? Here’s a trailer for Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions. Beep beep.

Tales of Arise, a new Tales game, also received an announcement trailer. Here’s our article! The trailer is below, featuring a sword pulled from someone’s bosom and a dude with a bag on his head.

State of Decay 2: Heartland also received an announcement trailer.

I have no idea what CrossfireX is, but here’s a trailer for it!

Borderlands 3? Borderlands 3. Here’s a trailer. I’ve already decided that Zane is my husband.

The new Borderlands 2 DLC is also out today. Like, right now. Get on that. Because it’s only free for a little while.

Project xCloud also got a mention. It launches this October. Here’s a fancy article about it courtesy of our gaming editor. Sadly, there’s no trailer.

The Xbox Scarlett also received a very nice feature spot. Here’s our article about it, once again courtesy of our gaming editor.

Last, but definitely not least – Halo Infinite! Halo Infinite launches on Xbox One, PC and Xbox Scarlett Holiday 2020.

What do you think of Xbox’s E3 2019 offerings? Are you, like me, disappointed at the lack of Fable? Or are you excited for the future of Xbox? Let us know in the comments below.

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