Microsoft’s E3 2019 plans to reveal Fable and their next-gen Xbox console have been leaked.

The expo is the gaming industry’s biggest event of the year, and Sony has pulled out of the competition.

Square Enix – with Final Fantasy 7 and possibly Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC – will host their own press conference, in addition to Bethesda.

Microsoft will also have their traditional showcase, and fans should be excited.


Fable reboot and next-gen Xbox: Microsoft’s E3 2019 plans leaked

Over on NeoGAF, a supposed industry insider claims to reveal Microsoft’s entire E3 2019 press conference plans.

The leaker, Braldyr, has supposedly listed all the announcements and games Microsoft will boast.

According to Braldyr, Microsoft will reveal their next-gen Xbox and the baseline of its specs, and they will also announce a Fable reboot.

You can find below a list of announcements and showings that will happen.

  • Halo Infinite – Trailer with holiday 2020 release date.
  • Gears of War 5 – September release date and gameplay reveal.
  • Gears Tactics – New trailer with release date.
  • Ori And The Will Of The Wisps – New trailer with release date.
  • Bleeding Edge – A cross-gen sci-fi game from Ninja Theory.
  • The Outer Worlds – New trailer with release date.
  • Cyberpunk 2077 – Gameplay trailer with release window reveal.
  • Age Of Empires 4 – Gameplay reveal with 2020 release date.
  • Fable Reboot – Next-gen exclusive that will likely release in 2021.
  • Sea Of Thieves – New content.
  • Battletoads – Gameplay with release date.
  • Project xCloud – Info.
  • Next-gen Xbox – Baseline of specs.
  • Third Party Games

In addition to things that will certainly happen, Braldyr also noted announcements that have a “high chance of happening”.

  • Next-gen Rare game
  • New Capcom game – Resident Evil 3 Remake or Dino Crisis
  • MechAssault – New MechAssault game reveal
  • More Japanese dev games
  • Perfect Dark reboot
  • Xbox Game studios acquisitions

None of this is official, meaning you should – of course – treat everything above as rumours rather than gospel.

The above information is relatively grounded and exciting, so – hopefully – fans won’t be let down by Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference on June 9.


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