Our E3 2019 trailers list has gotten so long we’ve had to split it into multiple pages simply because of the loading time. That’s how many E3 trailers there are now.
You may be thinking that the E3 2019 schedule doesn’t start until Tuesday, June 11, but those are the show floor dates; the E3 press conferences happen ahead of time and they’re almost over. Miss the biggest trailers? Good news: We have a list of every major E3 video so far.
Day three gave us new video content from the PC Gaming Show and the Ubisoft press conferences that happened today.
The second day of E3 press conferences brought new trailers from Microsoft and Bethesda, including several never-seen-before games like Deathloop, GhostWire: Tokyo and Bleeding Edge
The first day at the show gave us game teasers and gameplay footage courtesy of Electronic Arts and EA Sports: Star Wars Fallen Order, Apex Legends Season 2: Battle Cry, FIFA 20 and Madden 20.
What’s left? Square Enix and Nintendo trailers are the only two we’re waiting on now – Square happens Monday night, while the Nintendo Direct Video starts right before the E3 show floor opens on Tuesday.
Watch Dogs: Legion E3 2019 trailer
Rainbow Six Siege E3 2019 trailer
Rainbow Six Quarantine
Gods & Monsters E3 2019
Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad (mobile game) E3 trailer
Evil Genius 2: World Domination E3 trailer
Chivalry 2 E3 2019 trailer
Midnight Ghost Hunt E3 2019 trailer
Remnant: From the Ashes E3 trailer
Shenmue 3 E3 2019 trailer
Borderlands 3 E3 2019 trailer
Maneater E3 2019 trailer
Telling Lies E3 2019 trailer
Conan Chop Chop E3 2019 trailer
Baldur’s Gate 3 E3 2019 trailer
Baldur’s Gate 3 was the surprise announcement just ahead of E3 2019, and it’s coming out sooner than anyone had expected: November 2019, within the Google Stadia launch window. It’s also coming to the PC, of course. Larian Studios, the developer behind Divinity: Original Sin, is handling this game.