E3 2019 Showcase ran deep rather than wide, with in depth looks at a few highly hyped games, but still gifted a lot of surprises. Missed some press conference? Check all the highlights here.

 

Cyberpunk2077

At E3 2019 we finally discovered the release date of Cyberpunk 2077, everyone is convinced now of the incredible progress made by CDProjekt. But we do not speak only on a technological and graphic level, but precisely in terms of game mechanics that finally begin to take shape, to have substance, to be deepened and above all to blend in a gameplay that seems to be incredibly full of activities and possibilities. The new show by CD Projekt RED on the Microsoft stage also brought a welcome surprise for all the fans: participation in the Keanu Reeves project. Intervened during the live broadcast, the American actor was greeted by a real standing ovation of the audience. According to Phil Spencer to Variety, Reeves had no idea what to expect from E3 and was very impressed by the enthusiasm of the crowd.

 

Outriders

From the creators of Gears of War: Judgment, Outriders is a co-op shooter that can be shared between up to three players. Set in a dark and desperate sci-fi world, players must travel through unknown lands to find the source of a mysterious signal. The game was scheduled for a Summer 2020 release for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

 

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Final Fantasy VII

After announcing the release date, Square Enix has unveiled new informations and previews for the long awaited Final Fantasy VII remake. The fighting of the game will consist of real-time actions and strategic combat based on the commands, updating from the slightly confusing combat mechanics of Final Fantasy XV. Cloud will have an ATB meter which, once filled, will allow it to enter tactical mode, slowing down time and choosing abilities, objects and spells from the command menu. Players can also switch between characters at the touch of a button, previewing a team between Cloud and Barret. Final Fantasy VII will release March 3, 2020 for the PS4.

 

Ghostwire: Tokyo

Developed by The Evil Within Creators Tango Gameworks, Ghostwire: Tokyo is based on strange disappearances in Tokyo. Playing as the main character, you have to find out what is happening. Facing the occult, your mysterious ghostly abilities will take you on an adventure filled with a mix of conspiracy theories and urban legends.

 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel

Nintendo has not revealed much about the sequel to Zelda, just a quick teaser trailer and confirmation that the game is currently under development. Stay tuned for the official title and a release date.