So we've had a few of the pre conference presentations Microsoft on saturday Bethesda on sunday EA had a quick thing on saturday no presentation as such just a "we've got nothing much move along please" and Ubisoft's and Square Enix was today not seen that yet.
Microsoft teased Project Scarlet the next gen xbox out holiday 2020. They dated and priced the PC version of their popular XBox game pass 7.99 out now in beta with a fair few games. They showed a few games a lot of cinematics not much in the way of gameplay. The one I'd been looking forward to was CD Projekt red's cyberpunk 2077 they had a new cinematic which revealed Keanu Reeves is in the game and then he turned up on stage for the release date of april (16th?) 2020. They also stated no more public game play stuff till gamescom and pax west in august.
Few other things the new From software game Elden Ring written partly by GRR Martin (presumably like GOT they got someone else in to write the ending :D), Blair witch project the game (weird choice :S), and then Minecraft Dungeons a sort of diablo but with minecraft esthetic by the look of it. Also new flight sim.
Bethesda presentation was 90% cinematic trailers 5% puff pieces with actors saying how great bethesda is and then maybe 3% some guy in the audience shouting "WHHOOOOOOOOO!" at the top of his lungs every 5 seconds to the point that the presenters on stage were starting to look really annoyed at his constant interuption. The actual game stuff was thin on the ground a lot of cinematic trailers for upcoming games but there is no way to judge that sort of thing it's all rendered no ingame footage including DeathLoop, GhostWire Tokyo. They pushed their shitty mobile games hard even announce one based of the super old Commander Keen platform games which really seemed an odd choice. They pushed some streaming tech called orion which seemed like the wrong audience. They discussed a few games with actual footage like Wolfenstein Young Bloods that looked ok and is out fairly soon and the VR game cyberpilot, they showed off the new Doom Eternal which looked like just more Doom. They looked at their online stuff the new expansion for Elder Scrolls Online and they announced for Fallout 76 they are going to be putting NPC's into the game and also a Battle royal mode.
As I say there was very little actual game stuff there mostly filler and rendered trailers the audience bar that one guy looked totally bored out of their minds. No mention of their next big game Starfield which I know people were hoping would show up and nothing on the very far out Elder Scrolls 6.
EA's thing had very little to say mostly Anthem still exists and there will at some point be content. They showed the new starwars game from respawn entertainment (apex legend and titanfall guys) it looked like it would be fairly good although the game play they chose was a bit odd mostly slow platforming stuff. That's out in november I believe.