According to the latest rumour on NeoGAF, on Microsoft's E3 show, the devs will reveal first gameplay for Gears 5 along with a September 2019 release date. Halo Infinite will also get new stuff, just like Cyberpunk 2077 and The Outer Worlds
World's biggest gaming expo is just around the corner now, and with each passing day, new details and rumours about the games we'll almost certainly see on E3 start to surface.
In the latest info dump from NeoGaf user Braldryr, a full list of games that will appear on Microsoft's E3 2019 show has been revealed, along with the juicy details that the devs will talk about.
Halo Infinite will, obviously, be one of the most important games on Microsoft's E3 show. According to Braldryr's list, the devs will release a bunch of new info, new trailer and will confirm Holiday 2020 as a release date for the game. Also, the leaker claims Halo Infinite will be a cross-gen title, meaning it will release on Xbox One and the next-gen Xbox console.
Furthermore, Gears 5 will get full gameplay reveal, demo walkthrough and multiplayer reveal along with a release date, that is apparently set for September 2019.
The next game from Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice and Devil May Cry devs is called Bleeding Edge and it's most likely set in a sci-fi universe, coming in 2020 as a cross-gen title. The leaker claims that he heard conflicting reports about this one. It could be a co-op horde-like sci-fi shooter with "aliens across different planets and intense boss fights" or "an arena multiplayer PvP game".
Obsidian's upcoming RPG The Outer Worlds is also set to make an appearance on Microsoft's stage. Again, a release date will be confirmed along with another trailer reveal.
Real-time strategy Age of Empires IV will release sometime in 2020 according to the leaker and we'll get a first look at the gameplay in just a couple of weeks.
One of the most anticipated games in the last few years - Cyberpunk 2077 will return to Microsoft's show. This time with some new details and footage. You can check more on that here.
For more info about Microsoft's E3 2019 show, check out the post on NeoGAF.