We are all excited about E3 2019 that is knocking on our doors.
The biggest gaming event of the year will be held on June 8-13, 2019, starting with EA Press Conference, followed by Xbox and Bethesda on Sunday June 9; Ubisoft and Square Enix on Monday June 10; and Nintendo on Tuesday June 11. We are expecting plenty of great games but there is also a fair amount of those that won’t appear at the biggest gaming event of the year.
Keep reading and find out which games we won’t be seeing this year.
Skull & Bones
This high sea pirate combat game won’t be released this year, as it has been confirmed from Ubisoft. Reasoning behind is that it requires more development time, as explained.
Elder Scrolls 6 or Starfield
These two are announced as long-term projects, so it is understandable why they will not appear at this year’s E3.
The Last of Us 2, Dreams, or Anything Else from Sony
As you probably already know, one of the curiosities of this year’s E3 is absence of PlayStation. Unfortunately, there will not be PlayStation conference or presentation of any Sony game. Apparently, they are not satisfied with the direction E3 is going so they decided not to be present. That is not the scenario we wanted to watch.
A New Nintendo Switch Console
Rumor has it that Nintendo is working on two revisions for the Nintendo Switch. You can read about it here. The one is a cheaper version of the current one and the other is the upgrade. Unfortunately, these innovations won’t be presented at E3 2019.
EA Games, Technically
We are not going to see EA games at E3 2019, but same as previous four years, it will be presented at EA Play at the Hollywood Palladium. This event is scheduled for the weekend before E3.