​When The Major New Games From E3 Are Being Released

There were hundreds of new releases to be spoken of during E3 but the ones which the majority of gamers were interested in were showcased during the main conferences.

As you were probably too overwhelmed by what was going on, the dates in which these games come out could have been easily overlooked, so here's a list to help you find out just when you're favourite new game should be releasing.

There are some non-specific dates and some that aren't yet announced, but these should be coming sometime in the near future. We hope this helps you find what you're looking for:

2018

JULY

Octopath Traveller - 13th

AUGUST

Madden NFL 19 - 10th


SEPTEMBER

NBA Live - 7Th

Spider-Man - 7th

Shadow of The Tomb Raider - 14th

FIFA 19 - 28th


OCTOBER

Forza Horizon 4 - 2nd

Super Mario Party - 5th

Assassins Creed: Odyssey - 5th

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 - 12th

Starlink: Battle For Atlas - 12th

Battlefield 5 - 19th

Red Dead Redemption 2 - 26th


NOVEMBER

Fallout 76 - 14th

Pokémon Lets Go Pikachu Eevee - 16th


DECEMBER

Just Cause 4 - 4th

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - 7th


2019

JANUARY

Resident Evil 2 - 25th

Kingdom Hearts 3 - 29th


FEBRUARY

Crackdown 3 - DELAYED

Trials Fusion - NO SPECIFIC DATE

Anthem - 22nd

Metro Exodus - 22nd


MARCH

The Division 2 - 15th

2019 TBC

Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Skull and Bones

Gears Tactics

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Dying Light 2

Jumo Force

Jedi: Fallen Order

Devil May Cry 5

Gears 5

DOOM: Eternal

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Daemon X Machina


TBA

Cyberpunk 2077

Beyond Good and Evil 2

Halo Infinite

The Elder Scrolls VI

Starfield

Control

The Last of Us Part 2

Ghost of Tsushima

Death Stranding

Words by: Matthew McGladdery

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