E3 2019’s conference phase closed out as it usually does, with a Nintendo Direct. Historically, Nintendo uses these directs to give fans whatever they’ve been waiting for the past year, and then some things fans didn’t know they wanted.
After what most considered a rough showing last year, Square Enix returned this year to E3 with a tour-de-force.
Ubisoft returned to E3 once again to announce their own bevy of upcoming titles. This year, the focus was around extant series, and where they’re going.
E3 has always been a prime time for Bethesda, the publishing giant behind The Elder Scrolls and Fallout. Even without any major entries into those series, they still had a lot to talk about.
It’s that magical time of the year again, where game developers from across the world flock to L.A to flaunt their stuff. Like a fashion show for games, this is E3 2019, and it started with a bang.