If you love game trailers, then E3 is probably mana from heaven as far as you're concerned. We're no different here at Gamereactor and as such we've pulled together a little article with our favourites from the last week, starting with a highlights reel of the biggest (and not necessarily the best) trailers from this year's E3.
Now, let's get things started with Doom Eternal because... DOOM.
Watch Dogs Legion blew us away this year with its take on near-future London, as players can swap between a number of characters as they try to take down the surveillance state.
Cyberpunk 2077 was another game that we were eagerly awaiting more of, and this E3 outing didn't disappoint from a cinematic perspective.
Bittersweet in the sense that it came with a delay, we're still looking forward to the new Animal Crossing and it's looking as cute as hell.
You're not an indie darling once Microsoft has picked you up, but that doesn't mean that we're not swooning at the prospect of playing the next game in the Ori series.
Final Fantasy VII: Remake was at E3 in force this year, and this is just one of the trailers that were shown. The game's out early next year - well, part of it is - so there's not too much longer to wait.
While we still don't know a huge amount about Elden Ring despite its E3 unveiling, the potential in a collaboration between FromSoftware and George R.R. Martin is tantalising, to say the least.
Marvel's Avengers is Crystal Dynamics' take on the franchise, and while it was a bold move to say goodbye to the MCU, we're still hopeful that this will be a superhero adventure worth waiting for.
We didn't see this one coming. Nintendo ended its Direct broadcast with one hell of a mic drop, by announcing a direct sequel to one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
We're big fans of Arkane here at GR and that's why we were particularly happy to see the studio back on stage at E3 with a new game to show off. This one sounds like Dishonored meets Groundhog Day and we can't wait to see more.
The Force appears to be strong with this one, and Respawn used E3 as an opportunity to show us more of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a new single-player adventure set after the events of Star Wars III.
If like us, the Halo theme sends a shiver down your spine, then it's likely that you enjoyed the cinematic trailer that landed for Halo Infinite. We didn't see gameplay, but the next game in the series will be a Scarlett launch title.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint looks set to build on the foundations laid down for Wildlands, but this time with a much more dangerous foe; those operatives who once did the hunting are now the hunted.
This sequel has been a long time coming, but fans will no doubt be looking forward to sinking their fangs into Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 when it eventually comes into the light.
The Elder Scrolls Online keeps on updating and improving, and this year's Elsweyr chapter offered more fantasy adventuring, this time with added dragons. The cinematic trailer shared by Bethesda was one of E3's best.
Ghostwire: Tokyo was a pleasant surprise when it was announced during Bethesda's conference, and after watching this enigmatic reveal, we're keen to see more.
Maneater might not be on top of everyone's list, but we're quite taken with the concept behind this so-called SharkPG. Will it have enough bite to entertain the masses? We'll find out later this year (probably).
One game that was leaked ahead of E3 but that still pleasantly surprised us, was Tales of Arise, which looks pretty fantastic if you ask us. Check out the trailer below.
And that's your lot. Did we miss your favourite trailer from E3? Let us know in the comments below!
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