Every trailer from the Microsoft E3 2018 conference

Cyberpunk 2077, a new Halo, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and everything else Microsoft had to show at E3 2018.

Microsoft has produced one hell of a stunner for their E3 2018 conference. Fit to bursting with new AAA and indie games, we’ve barely had time to digest everything we got a look at. While you might have been wowed by news of another Halo or our first real glimpse of Cyberpunk 2077, there were plenty more games shown off that are well worth a look. We’ve gathered up every single trailer shown off during the Microsoft E3 2018 conference to get you up to speed, so check them all out below:

(Psst! Looking for the Bethesda conference? Our trailer roundup from that is right here.)

Every trailer from Microsoft's E3 2018 conference:

Halo Infinite

Yep, that’s right, Halo is back. Halo Infinite returns players to the Spartan boots of the one and only Master Chief. The game will be built on a new Slipspace engine and plans to take the Halo series in an all new direction.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

The beautiful Ori and the Blind Forest will be getting an equally gorgeous follow-up titled Ori and the Will of the Wisps. We can expect more slick platforming, combat and — of course — all of the feels.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

The new title by FromSoftware has finally been revealed. It looks like we’ll be getting more rock-hard combat but with much more animated and acrobatic combat, this time with an Eastern-influenced setting. As you might expect of FromSoftware, death won’t be treated traditionally, with some kind of revival mechanic built into the world.

Cyberpunk 2077

We finally got a look at Cyberpunk 2077 at the end of the Microsoft conference and oooh boy are we excited. We’re still waiting to see some gameplay in action, but hot damn does it look pretty and ready to fulfill all our neon dreams.

Gears of War 5

The next Gears title is also on its way and this time we’ll be following Kait Diaz who’s off to visit the Locust to understand some freakish dreams she’s been having.

Gears Tactics

We don’t know much about this title yet, but it looks to be an XCOM-style, turn-based squad tactics game for Windows 10 PCs.

Gears Pop

No this isn’t a joke, it’s actually happening. Gears Pop will be a mobile title coming in 2019.

Fallout 76

It’s a new Fallout. It’s multiplayer. It’s 4x the size of Fallout 4.

Crackdown 3

It may have been delayed to next year, but Crackdown 3 is looking like a good bit of open-world fun. After all, who doesn’t like Terry Crews?

Battlefield 5

We got a quick look at one of Battlefield 5’s War Stories. The first once DICE has shown is set in snowy Norway where we’ll play a young woman under Nazi occupation.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit  

A new game set in the Life Is Strange universe? Count us in. The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit lets us play out the creative imaginations of a young child. Better yet, it’s free.

Metro Exodus

A surprise delight, Metro Exodus is looking pretty darned impressive as the series takes to the surface.

Kingdom Hearts 3

The hotly anticipated Kingdom Hearts 3 got a new trailer at E3 showing off characters from Frozen, Tangled and Wreck It Ralph.

Forza Horizon 4

Forza takes to the British countryside. Try not to hit too many sheep.

We Happy Few

We Happy Few’s development appears to still be chugging along. You’ll be happy to know the release date is August 10.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

Tales of Vesperia is finally getting a Western-localized release in a Definitive Edition on Xbox One.

The Division 2

The Division 2 is working to reclaim the capital, and we got a good look at the game in action during the press conference.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Lara finally realises that stealing from ancient tombs and historical sites might not be a good idea when it sets off the end of the world.

Session

A new skating game? In 2018? We still don’t believe it.

Black Desert Online

Black Desert Online will make its console debut on the Xbox One. It looks like the MMO will be getting an expanded story, too.

Devil May Cry 5

Nero makes his comeback as a protagonist and this time he’s… Missing an arm? Still, that doesn’t seem to inhibit his demon-slaying abilities, especially with a deadly robot replacement. We also get a glimpse of old-school Dante towards the end of the clip.

Tunic

A surprise standout at the conference, Tunic looks to bring Zelda-style antics to the Xbox in gorgeous fashion.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

PUBG may already be available on Xbox One, but that didn’t stop Bluehole teasing the launch of new maps and weapons for the console release. Riot shields and Sanhok get a clear showing, while a winter map is teased towards the very end.

Jump Force

Weebs worldwide rejoice, as Jump Force brings together the hottest characters from Shonen Jump’s Manga series. The trailer gave us a look at a range of characters. Here’s everyone we spotted so far.

Dying Light 2

Techland announced that esteemed RPG writer Chris Avellone will be working on the story for their zombie sequel which promises real consequences for the choices you make.

Battletoads

Well this happened. It looks like Rash, Zit and Pimple are back!

Just Cause 4

We knew it was coming thanks to an unfortunate leak, but Just Cause 4 looks to be upping the ante even further (if that’s even possible). Rico is back and this time he’s jumping into Tornados just for the thrill of it.

Sea of Thieves DLC

Sea of Thieves’ DLC plan continues at full mast with two new DLC expansions coming in the form of Cursed Sails and Forsaken Sails, both coming later this year.

Cuphead DLC

Cuphead and Mugman are joined by Ms. Chalice to overcome a new suite of bosses in this DLC addition.

Which game are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below. Of course, there’s plenty more E3 goodness to come this week so stay tuned for our other trailer roundups and gameplay reveals. 

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