E3: Microsoft Steps Into the Gap With Scarlett, xCloud, and Games

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E3: Microsoft Steps Into the Gap With Scarlett, xCloud, and Games

We review the weekend at E3, and the announcements you need to know.

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This weekend was a whirlwind at E3 2019, with Microsoft bringing a wide array of games, Xbox Scarlett news, and xCloud information—albeit not enough on the latter two topics—Bethesda showing off DOOM: Eternal and a new game streaming framework, and Devolver Digital's par-for-the-course outlandish presentation.


Microsoft was the nearly-indisputable main event of the weekend, and while they did provide some information on Xbox Scarlett and Project xCloud, they did not provide much in the way of details. Although this was disappointing, Microsoft did announce an almost overwhelming number of games, including Gears 5 and Halo Infinite

Xbox Scarlett Announced

One of the most important announcements of Microsoft's E3 was the tease of the next-generation Xbox—codenamed Scarlett. While no images of Xbox Scarlett were shown, Microsoft announced that it would release in Holiday 2020 with Halo Infinite as a lunch title. According to the official announcement:

Unmatched power and speed ushers in a new level of game play performance and the future of gaming. With four generations of content that looks and feels unlike anything before. Launching with Halo Infinite Holiday 2020.

Microsoft also announced the following features for its new console:

  • Custom Zen-2 based AMD processor.
  • Navi-based Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) with real-time ray tracing and up to 120 frames per second (fps) and 8k resolution.
  • Graphics Double Data Rate (GDDR) 6 memory.
  • Solid State Drive (SSD) doubling as virtual Read-Only Memory (RAM).

According to Microsoft, the new processor is four times more powerful than the Xbox One X processor and the implemented SSD storage is forty times quicker in terms of transfer speeds over "existing technologies." These specifications are matched with the rumored PlayStation (PS) 5 hardware, which puts the two competitors on even footing—so far—in the next generation battle. Knowing this, Microsoft seems to be positioning its next console as one piece in its games as a service puzzle, with xCloud playing a major role in defining its future trajectory.

xCloud Teased

In the same fashion as its Scarlett announcement, Microsoft also teased its Project xCloud, which will be live in October of this year. No specifics about pricing were provided and no gameplay was shown at the E3 presentation, but we do know that gamers will be able to stream xCloud using two different mechanisms: (1) directly from their Xbox and (2) from Microsoft's datacenters. Additionally, Phil Spencer (Executive VP of Gaming at Microsoft) also invited those at E3 to "[Microsoft's] first public hands-on of Project xCloud." This likely means we will see some end-user assessment of how well the streaming service works—in terms of latency and response time—in the next few days.

In light of the Google Stadia showcase earlier in the week, this stands as a notable differentiator between Microsoft's answer and Stadia. Even so, it is a bit disappointing that Microsoft focused so little time on its streaming service and did not take the opportunity to reveal more information about xCloud.

Fluery of Titles Announced

Microsoft did not disappoint in terms of game volume with a barrage of new titles—some available immediately, some coming later in 2019, and some slated for 2020. While the number of games did not fall short, many are unimpressed with the lack of gameplay footage of major titles—specifically Halo and Gears—provided in the suite of trailers. Some of the most prominent titles announced include (from official Xbox Wire press release):

Title Description Release Date
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition

Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition celebrates the 20th anniversary of one of the most popular strategy games ever with stunning 4K Ultra HD graphics, a new and fully remastered soundtrack, and brand-new content, The Last Khans, with three new campaigns and four new civilizations. Head online to challenge other players with 35 different civilizations in your quest for world domination throughout the ages. Choose your path to greatness with this definitive remaster to one of the most beloved strategy games of all time. Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition will be released this Fall on Windows 10 PC, available on the Microsoft Store, Steam, and with Xbox Game Pass for PC.

Beta available now


Battletoads is back! Rare and Dlala Studios are bringing the beloved brawler to Xbox with a unique animation style, wild side-scrolling action, and team-focused gameplay that’s perfect for couch co-op. Players take control of Rash, Zitz, and Pimple as they smash, stomp, and slam their way through hordes of enemies and unleash choreographed chaos to defeat their greatest enemy yet. Fans can look forward to an all-new adventure packed with wild locations, unforgettable characters, and surprising gameplay challenges, all with a huge emphasis on co-operative play.

Coming soon
Blair Witch

From the creative minds behind the critically acclaimed Layers of Fear, experience first-hand the toll that fear can take on the mind in an original story based on the legend of Blair Witch. The upcoming title is a first-person psychological horror game that studies your reactions to danger and stress. Your darkest fears will awaken on August 30, 2019.

Aug. 30. 2019
Bleeding Edge

As an all-new game from Ninja Theory, Bleeding Edge offers a one-of-a-kind experience that combines third-person action combat with online team multiplayer. Choose your fighter and join a team of super-charged renegades from the edges of society, executing powerful synergized attacks to become an unstoppable force in the face of your enemies. Freeze foes in time, control minds, ride missiles and unleash electrifying guitar solos in fast-paced yet strategic combat system that rewards technique, timing and teamwork. The game is in development for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC as an Xbox Play Anywhere title.

Jun. 27, 2019 (technical alpha)
Borderlands 3

The original shooter-looter returns, packing bazillions of guns and an all-new mayhem-fueled adventure! Blast through new worlds and enemies as one of four brand new Vault Hunters – the ultimate treasure-seeking badasses of the Borderlands, each with deep skill trees, abilities, and customization. Play solo or join with friends to take on insane enemies, collect loads of loot, and save your home from the most ruthless cult leaders in the galaxy.

Sep. 13, 2019

Crossfire, a free-to-play first-person shooter and one of the most-played PC games in the world with 650 million players LTD, announced that it will come to console for the first time on Xbox One in 2020 as CrossfireX, with all-new content for console players. Developed by the team at Smilegate Entertainment in Seoul, South Korea, Xbox players can look forward to a platform of rich experiences including a single player campaign developed in partnership with Remedy Entertainment, battle royale, competitive multiplayer, and unique content for Xbox Game Pass members.

Cyberpunk 2077

An open-world, action-adventure story set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour, and body modification. You play as V, a mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant that is the key to immortality. You can customize your character’s cyberware, skillset, and playstyle and explore a vast city where the choices you make shape the story and the world around you.

Apr. 16, 2020

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Relive the story of Goku in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot! Beyond the epic battles, experience life in the Dragon Ball Z world as you fight, fish, eat, and train with Goku. Explore the new areas and adventures as you advance through the story and form powerful bonds with other heroes from the Dragon Ball Z universe.

Early 2020
Dying Light 2

The last great human settlement exists within an unforgiving, zombie infested world, plunged into the dark ages. During the day bandits, factions, and starving survivors roam the streets scavenging for scraps – or someone to take them from. At night, the infected roam free, evacuating their hideouts to prey on the living. Exceptional agility and brutal combat skills make you a powerful ally and a valuable commodity. You can achieve things no one else can. Enter places no one else dares. With your unique abilities you have the power to be an agent of change within this decaying metropolis.

Spring 2020
Elden Ring

Developed by FromSoftware, Inc. and Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc., Elden Ring is a fantasy action-RPG adventure set within a world created by Hidetaka Miyazaki – creator of the influential Dark Souls video game series; and writer George R.R. Martin – author of The New York Times best-selling fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire. Danger and discovery lurk around every corner in FromSoftware’s largest game to-date.


Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions

Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions, the newest expansion for the award-winning Forza Horizon 4, invites you to experience the ultimate LEGO Speed Champions fantasy brought to life at the Horizon Festival. Explore a LEGO-themed world, discover LEGO Brick Challenges such as building a Master Builder’s house as your Brick Collection grows, and collect and race amazing new LEGO Speed Champions cars, including the McLaren Senna, Ferrari F40 Competizione, and the 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally. Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions will launch worldwide on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC on June 13, 2019, as an Xbox Play Anywhere expansion and be available at a 10% discount for Xbox Game Pass members.

Jun. 13, 2019
Gears 5

Gears 5 features five thrilling modes, including Escape, an aggressive, high-stakes, three-player co-op mode featuring a suicide squad that must work together to take out enemy hives from within. Gears 5 will release on September 10, 2019, and will be available in early access for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Plan members and Gears 5 Ultimate Edition owners on September 6. Pre-order or play with Xbox Game Pass by September 16, 2019 to get The Terminator Dark Fate Character Pack, which adds the Terminator T-800 Endoskeleton and Sarah Connor from the upcoming film “Terminator Dark Fate” as playable multiplayer characters.

Sep. 10, 2019
Gears POP!

Gears POP! brings together iconic Gears characters in a cute Funko Pop! style. The game is being developed in partnership with Funko and inspired by the Gears of War vinyl collectible figures. It’s the perfect slice of mobile mayhem. Fans can look for more information about Gears POP! on @gearspop and can preorder on iOS and Android ahead of launch later this summer.

Coming soon
Halo Infinite

The Master Chief returns in 2020 when Halo Infinite releases globally with Project Scarlett. This next chapter in 343 Industries’ legendary Halo franchise invites players to join the venerable Master Chief on an all-new adventure as he uncovers the mysteries surrounding the appearance of The Pilot and the desolate remains of a Halo ring. Halo Infinite is powered by the studio’s next-generation Slipspace Engine.

Holidy 2020 (Xbox Scarlett launch title)

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

Play through all nine Star Wars saga films in a brand-new LEGO video game unlike any other. Players will experience fun-filled adventures, whimsical humor, and the freedom to fully immerse themselves in the LEGO Star Wars universe like never before. With hundreds of characters and vehicles from across the galaxy, players can dive into their favorite Star Wars moments in an all new way, complete with the hilarious LEGO brand of fun that’s sure to delight players of all ages.

Microsoft Flight Simulator

The next generation of our longest-running franchise, Microsoft Flight Simulator is coming to Windows 10 with Xbox Game Pass in 2020, and coming to Xbox One at a later date. Microsoft Flight Simulator is specifically designed to celebrate flight simulation fans through a focus on the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments. By revamping our tech, working in close collaboration with the community and pursuing the best partnerships across the industry, we intend to deliver the best-in-class flight simulation experience.

Minecraft Dungeons

An all-new action-adventure game set in the Minecraft universe coming to Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4! Created in the classic dungeon crawler style, Minecraft Dungeons takes players on an epic quest full of new characters and environments to discover with single player or in co-op multiplayer for up to four players — including couch co-op on Xbox One. Minecraft Dungeons will also be available with Xbox Game Pass the same day of its global release in spring 2020.

Spring 2020

Ori and the Will of The Wisps

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the highly anticipated sequel to Ori and the Blind Forest, the acclaimed action platformer with more than 50 awards and nominations, and will be released February 11, 2020. Brought to you by Xbox Game Studios and Moon Studios, the game will be available to buy on Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, and Steam and premiere with Xbox Game Pass for PC and Console. At E3 we showed off new, never-before-seen gameplay and provided a deeper look at the game’s intense all-new combat system with Ori fighting the different towering bosses in the game’s vast and exotic world. 

Feb. 11, 2020

Phantasy Star Online 2

Japan’s greatest F2P online RPG comes to North America for the first time on Xbox One! Phantasy Star Online 2 strives for bringing a never-ending quest. Randomized fields, Interrupt Events, and Multiparty Areas where up to 12 players can play together never make your quest stale and keep it always fresh and surprising. While keeping the easy character control system of the series, more stylish and customizable combat actions are enabled for ideal heroes of players that are given life for the quest through the revolutionized character creation system that brings ultimate designability.

Spring 2020

RPG Time: The Legend of Wright

School’s out! Meet in an empty classroom for a grand adventure with a young aspiring game developer and his very own RPG. You’re sure to be dazzled by his hand-drawn creations as you journey into the surprising and magical world of imagination! Forget about homework! Come play RPG Time: The Legend of Wright.

Sea of Thieves

Sea of Thieves continues to grow and evolve with the on-demand competition of The Arena and story-driven quests of Tall Tales, all included as a part of the free Anniversary Update, the game’s biggest content update to date. As we teased at E3, players on Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, and Xbox Game Pass can expect more ways to play and new shared world storytelling coming to the game in the future.

Coming soon


Creators of hand-drawn indie experiences, Thunder Lotus return with their unique third production: “Spiritfarer,” a cozy management game about dying. You play Stella, ferrymaster to the deceased. Build a boat to explore the world, care for your spirit friends, and finally release them into the afterlife. Farm, mine, fish, harvest, cook, and craft your way across mystical seas, as you learn how to say goodbye to your cherished friends.


Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Order 66 has been executed. As a young Padawan on the run, you’ve long kept your abilities hidden to stay alive. Now, you must embrace them. In a brand-new gameplay trailer debuted at the Xbox E3 Briefing, see how you will use the Force to explore your environment, master lightsaber combat, and remain one step ahead of the Empire.

Nov. 15, 2019

State of Decay 2: Heartland 

State of Decay 2: Heartland features a return to Trumbull Valley in a new story-based adventure. Once the iconic site of the original State of Decay game, the towns of Spencer’s Mill and Marshall are now overrun with an advanced form of blood plague: a more aggressive and far deadlier version than exists anywhere else. Though it may be familiar territory to those who homesteaded here years ago, Trumbull Valley is packed with new dangers — and unspeakable horrors. Heartland launches for all State of Decay 2 players on June 9, 2019, for $9.99 on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC, and is included with Xbox Game Pass. 

Available now

Tales of Arise

The Tales of series returns with Tales of Arise, a story driven RPG following the journey of two people, born on opposing sister planets, each looking to change their fate and create a new future. Featuring a new cast of characters, intense action based combat and classic Tales of gameplay mechanics, experience a tale of duality, justice and the fight for freedom.


The Outer Worlds

Lost in transit while on a colonist ship bound for the furthest edge of the galaxy, you awake decades later than you expected only to find yourself in the midst of a deep conspiracy threatening to destroy the Halcyon colony. As you explore the furthest reaches of space and encounter a host of factions all vying for power, who you decide to become will determine the fate of everyone in Halcyon. In the corporate equation for the colony, you are the unplanned variable. 

Oct. 25, 2019

Twelve Minutes

A romantic evening takes a wrong turn when a police detective breaks into your home, accuses your wife of murder, and knocks you unconscious. In a heartbeat, you are immediately returned to the start of the evening before it all happens again and again. A real-time, interactive thriller, where you will need to use the knowledge of what’s about to happen, to change the outcome and break the twelve-minutes loop.

Coming soon

Wasteland 3

Wasteland 3 is a post-apocalyptic RPG from inXile entertainment, set in the perpetual nuclear winter of the Colorado Nation. Players will face challenging tactical combat, explore an interactive world, and engage in a deep story full of brutal ethical decisions. Create and customize a squad in single player or co-op, and whether you go in guns blazing or try to smooth over a situation through peaceful negotiation, your choices will mean life or death for those trying to survive in this harsh and unforgiving world.

Coming soon

Way to the Woods

A Deer and Fawn must embark on a journey through an abandoned world of the unknown to get home. A third person adventure game solo developed by Anthony Tan, featuring music from Aivi&Surasshu, composers for the show Steven Universe. Unravel the mystery of Cat Town, evade a hounding pack of wolves, and find your light to explore a world filled with the relics of the old gods: humanity.


Other Announcements

Apart from strategic announcements, Microsoft also revealed some interesting products and features:

  • Xbox Game Pass comes to PC: Microsoft finally confirmed that Xbox Game Pass will be available on PC as a beta today. Game Pass for PC will cost $9.99/mo but is available for $1 for the first month and $4.99/mo during the beta phase. Microsoft also announced a new Xbox Game Pass level—Ultimate—that includes Xbox Live Gold, Game Pass for Xbox, and Game Pass for PC for $14.99/mo. To see a full list of games available on Games Pass on PC, see Windows Central.
  • Xbox Elite Controller Series 2: Microsoft announced that on Nov. 4, an updated Xbox Elite controller will be available for $179.99. According to The Verge, this updated controller includes the following features:
    • Adjustable tension thumbsticks.
    • Updated trigger grips.
    • Redesigned bumpers and shorter hair locks.
    • Increased customization for paddles and thumbsticks.
  • Doublefine Joins Microsoft: Continuing in their consumption of independent developer studios, Microsoft announced that it has bought Doublefine. Doublefine is known for its Psychonauts games and will release Psychonauts 2 in 2019.


Overall, the Microsoft E3 presentation was good—not great, but not bad. It was packed with games, but many of those games lacked gameplay footage and favored cinematic trailers instead. In a similar fashion, its information about Xbox Scarlett and Project xCloud were cursory and lacked the depth many were looking for. With Sony's absence and Stadia's less-than-stellar presentation, Microsoft was in a position to hit it out of the park, but realistically, only mustered a good presentation.

For more information, see the following:


Microsoft was definitely the headliner of the weekend, but Bethesda also presented on Sunday night, announcing a few major games and a surprising foray into the game streaming ecosystem. Foremost among the revealed games was DOOM: Eternal, which will launch Nov. 22 of this year for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One X.

Bethesda also announced a DOOM: Eternal Collector's Edition available for pre-order now. Pre-order is also available now for the Deluxe edition on all supported platforms and includes a Rip and Tear pack.

Other Titles

Apart from this major announcement, Bethesda also revealed information on a number of games that had previously been teased or were completely unknown:

  • Fallout 76: After the Fallout 76 debacle in Nov. of last year, Bethesda is looking to revive this damaged title with a new mode called Fallout 76: Nuclear Winter. This expansion will introduce a battle royale mode and will launch Jun. 10 of this year (and will be free for a sneak peek period). Bethesda also announced Fallout 76: Wastelanders that will introduce Non-Playable Characters (NPCs) to Fallout 76.  This update is free and will launch in Fall 2019.
  • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot: Bethesda announced that it would be launching a new Virtual Reality (VR) adaptation of its flagship Wolfenstein title. This new title will be available in July for PC and PlayStation VR (PSVR).
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood: Bethesda also reshowed its anticipated offshoot: Wolfenstein: Youngblood. This follow-up to Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will launch on Jun. 26 of this year on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. For more information, see The Verge.
  • Elder Scrolls: Blades: After porting Skyrim to the Nintendo Switch in 2017, Bethesda has announced that it will port its mobile game to the Switch. This port is free-to-play and will include cross-play and cross-progression with the Switch and will launch in Fall 2019.
  • Elder Scrolls VI: While no additional teasers or trailers were provided, Bethesda reiterated that development is still continuing on this much-anticipated title.

For more information, see the following:


Google and Microsoft's entrance into the game streaming market was not a shock at E3, but in the midst of this battle of titans, Bethesda's introduction of Orion came as a surprise. Orion is a complementary framework that integrates with existing game engines to increase the performance of a game when streamed. This includes, according to Bethesda, a 40% reduction in bandwidth for a high-fidelity stream, a 30% reduction in encoding time for frames, and a 20% reduction in compute power used when streaming a game.

While Bethesda did not provide any specifics about the internal workings of Orion, they did mention that the company has a Software Development Kit (SDK) available to ease the integration process for game developers and is already working with studios to incorporate the product. They also mentioned that DOOM: Eternal will include Orion (since it will be available on Google Stadia). Bethesda also announced that Orion will be available for testing later this year for DOOM: Eternal on iOS 11 (or higher) for those signed up to the Slayers Club. Testing on PC and Android devices will follow in the future, although no timetable was given.

For more information, see the following:

Devolver Digital

In perfect Devolver Digital style, the company brought some levity to the stage on Sunday night announcing that it would be selling bootleg versions of its own games at a 1% sale price. According to The Verge, the following titles will be available on devolverbootleg.com:

  • Enter the Gungeon (Enter the Gun Dungeon)
  • Hotline Miami (Hotline Milwaukee)
  • Ape Out (Ape Out Jr.)
  • Downwell (Shootyboots)
  • Luftrausers (Luftrausers 3)
  • Absolver (Super Absolver Mini: Turbo Fighting Championship)
  • Gato Roboto (Catsylvania)
  • Pikunuku (Pikunuku Ball-Stars)

According to the Steam page for this bundled release:

Devolver Bootleg contains eight original rip-offs of Devolver Digital games. Pay money for it now.

Devolver also announced Carrion, a backward horror game that allows players to be the monsters and hunt down the monster hunters, will launch in 2020. They also announced a $5,000 arcade cabinet of Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead, which includes a 6-month financing option (keep in mind, this is not satire—these are all real announcements).

These antics were not the end of the presentation either. For more information and a complete list of all the announcements made by Devolver Digital, see the following:

Other News

While Microsoft and Bethesda consumed a majority of the spotlight over the weekend, there was some other exciting news, including teases for future Splatoon 2 events, new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighter confirmed for Tuesday's Nintendo Direct, the final THQ Nordic pre-E3 game announcement, and a new Playtonic title.

Nintendo Tournaments Brings Some News

Nintendo held its annual World Championships on Saturday, which included a look at Super Mario Maker 2, a Splatoon 2 Splatfest, and a 3v3 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate showdown. In the midst of these events, Nintendo revealed that at 8:00 am ET on July 18, it will host a 72-hour final Splatoon 2 Splatfest, nicknamed Splatocalypse. This event will include a new stage, Shifty Station, along with the other 23 existing Splatfest stages. The existing stages will be rotated for the first 48 hours and the new stage will be included in the rotation for the final 24 hours.

Players will be divided into two camps: Choas (Team Pearl) or Order (Team Marina). Nintendo will also be providing new in-game gear that will be announced via the Nintendo Switch news feed. While this news is exciting, what is even more exciting is the speculation that this final Splatoon 2 Splatfest may mean that a Splatoon 3 reveal may be coming down the pike in the near future.

Apart from Splatoon 2, the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament brought with it some exciting teaser news: Masahiro Sakurai (Smash Bros. project lead) confirmed that the Nintendo Direct on Tuesday will include an announcement for a new fighter. While most have been guessing that a new fighter would be announced, we now have official confirmation. Sakurai did not provide any details on who the fighter would be, but if Nintendo follows in the unconventional footsteps of its Joker pick, we should be in for an interesting reveal.

For information, see the following:

THQ Nordic Rebooting Destroy All Humans!

To finish out its trifecta of game announcements for the week, THQ Nordic announced on Friday that it would be remaking the 2005-classic Destroy All Humans! In their standard comedy, THQ released an official trailer that included the abduction of farmer's cow and an alien singing Rammstein's Ich Will. THQ also announced that the game would be available in 2020 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

Playtonic Announces New Yooka-Laylee Game

After mixed reactions to Playtonic's long-awaited Yooka-Laylee in 2017, the Rare-revived studio announced a follow-up called Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair on Friday. This follow-up appears to be in the Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze side-scrolling style and initial reactions seem to be more optimistic. While the original Yooka-Laylee suffered from grand ambition but flawed execution, this next installment—which includes 2D levels and a 3D overworld—seems to have simplified the game mechanics, making for a more enjoyable experience.

Further linking itself to Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, this installment includes music by David Wise (who also worked on Tropical Freeze) and Grant Kirkhope (who worked on Donkey Kong 64), both of which worked on the original Yooka-Laylee soundtrack. Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair will be available in 2019 and will debut on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Stream.

Still to Come

Even with the wild weekend of announcements, there is still a lot to come at E3 2019. Monday will feature Limited Run Games at 3:00 pm ET, Ubisoft at 4:00 pm ET, AMD at 6:00 pm ET, and Square Enix at 9:00 pm ET. Following announcements from these companies, Nintendo will provide its anticipated E3 Nintendo Direct at noon ET on Tuesday.

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