Xbox E3 2019 Live Stream Start Time - Watch it Here

Xbox E3 2019 Live Stream Start Time - Watch it Here

Here's our guide to Xbox at E3 2019, as Microsoft brings Halo, Gears, and more to the show.

The Xbox E3 2019 conference is now here. In this guide to the showcase from Microsoft, we'll be going over the Xbox E3 2019 live stream details, including the Xbox E3 2019 start time, a list of confirmed games for the show, and more.

Xbox E3 2019 Date

Microsoft's E3 2019 Xbox show is on Sunday, June 9. Hopefully, we'll be in for a show full of new games, just as exciting as last year's showcase, which Microsoft has been pretty great with for the past few E3 conferences.

What Time is the Xbox E3 Conference Live Stream?

Just below, you can see the full list of the Xbox E3 conference live stream start times, around the world.

  • 1 p.m. PT
  • 4 p.m. ET
  • 9 p.m. BST
  • 10 p.m. CEST

Xbox E3 Live Stream - 2019 Show

The Xbox E3 2019 conference is now here. In the embedded video below, you can watch the live stream in full.

Can I Watch E3 on my Xbox?

The simple answer to this question is yes, you can watch E3 2019 straight from your own Xbox. Once we're roughly 24 hours away from the Xbox presentation kicking off on Sunday, June 9, Microsoft will publish countdown streams through both Twitch and YouTube. Simply boot up whichever app you prefer on your Xbox, and you watch E3 2019 through your console.

Xbox E3 2019 Games

As of right now, Microsoft has only revealed one game that will be at their E3 2019 presentation. This is Halo Infinite, the next entry in the long-running franchise, which we basically know nothing about after it was teased with CG footage last year. Look for at least a new trailer for Halo Infinite, perhaps even with a gameplay reveal.

At Microsoft's E3 2018 presentation, CD Projekt RED debuted a trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 for the first time. Since Cyberpunk 2077 has already been confirmed to be at E3 2019 in some capacity, it's not unreasonable to expect it to show up at the Microsoft Xbox E3 2019 presentation once again.

Other than that, it's largely anyone's guess as to what could be at the showcase. One game that seems highly likely would be Gears of War 5, or just Gear 5 as Microsoft is calling it. We know that Kait is taking over as protagonist after J.D. Fenix, but there's not a whole lot we know about the sequel so far, so look for it to reappear at E3 2019 with a new trailer and gameplay.

In the past week, there's been rumors going round about a new FromSoftware game. A report from Gematsu claims that Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin has been working with FromSoftware on a new open-world game, which will be shown off at the Microsoft E3 2019 show for the first time.

A new Battletoads is known to be in development, so we should also see something on this. There's also rumors circulating about the Fable game that's allegedly in development over at Playground Games, previously responsible for the Forza games. Speaking of, the next entry in the Forza series should be a numerical Forza game as we last had a Forza Horizon game. Could we see something from the next Forza game at E3 2019?

Could we see more from The Outer Worlds at the Microsoft E3 2019 conference? | Obsidian

Also recently purchased by Microsoft was Ninja Theory, responsible for Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice. We could get a brief look at the next project in development from the studio. Finally, Ori and the Will of the Wisps was first seen during E3 2017, and we saw a brief glimpse of footage during last year's E3. We could finally see gameplay for the sequel.

Will There be a New Xbox in 2019?

One big question surrounding the Xbox E3 2019 conference is the reveal of new hardware. Previously, it was rumored that Microsoft would be showcasing the next Xbox console at E3 2019, which is said to be split into two console versions: a cheaper, more basic model, and a more expensive and powerful version. These rumors are entirely unconfirmed as of right now, and it'll be interesting to see if Microsoft showcases any new hardware at E3 2019 at all.

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