E3 2018: Microsoft Press Conference Highlights

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Microsoft came out swinging during its E3 2018 press conference with a ton game reveals. If you missed the show – or simply had trouble keeping up – we’ve got you covered! Below you’ll find not only our archived stream and video analysis, but also links to all of the big announcements, trailers, and much more. Enjoy!

Livestream Archive:
Watch Microsoft’s E3 Press Conference With Game Informer

New Game Announcements:
Master Chief Returns As Microsoft Announces Halo Infinite
Gears 5 Among Three Newly Revealed Gears Of Wars Titles
From Software Unveils Ninja Action Game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Just Cause 4 Officially Announced, Coming In December
Dying Light 2 Revealed
Devil May Cry 5 Announced, Crazier Than Ever
First Look At The Division 2 Takes Us To A Fallen Washington D.C.
Dragon Ball Z, Naruto, One Piece, And Death Note Team Up For Jump Force
Forza Horizon 4’s Shared World Vision Of Britain
Ori Returns In The Will Of The Wisps
Cuphead Gets A Delicious Last Course
Battletoads Returns On Xbox One With A Brand New Game Next Year
Life is Strange: The Amazing Adventures Of Captain Spirit Focuses On A Young Boy

Game Previews:
Cyberpunk 2077 Re-emerges With Its First Trailer In Years
Todd Howard Reveals Additional Details About Fallout 76
Kingdom Hearts III Shows Off Frozen World
Crackdown 3 Shows Off Its Explosive Muscle, Despite Delay
Learn More About Lara Croft’s Next Adventure In Shadow Of The Tomb Raider E3 Trailer
Metro Exodus Coming February 2019
PUBG On Xbox One Gets New Modes And Maps
Nier: Automata Coming To Xbox One This Month
Tunic Looks Like A Zelda Fan’s Dream In New Trailer
Skateboarding Game Session Shown On Microsoft’s Stage
We Happy Few Shakes Things Up Again, Gets A Release Date
Black Desert Online Coming To Xbox One As A Launch Exclusive
Tales Of Vesperia Officially Gets A Remaster

Miscellaneous News:
Microsoft Acquires Undead Labs, Ninja Theory, Playground Games, And Compulsion Games
Microsoft Teases Work On New Consoles And Streaming Services
Xbox Game Pass Titles To Launch Faster, Microsoft Outlines What’s Ahead For The Service

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