10 Best PS4 Games to Look Out for at E3 2019 Feature 1

Sony isn't attending E3 2019 but that doesn't mean there isn't a whole host of PlayStation 4 games worth checking out across the show. The third-party publishers and Microsoft all have conferences where titles slated for PS4 will crop up, and so there's still going to be a lot of news, footage, and reveals to digest. We've decided to keep this limited to titles we already know exist, because while the likes of Watch Dogs Legion are pretty much a known quantity at this point, they're not official just yet. Nevertheless, these are the 10 PS4 games to look out for during E3 2019.

Borderlands 3 (PS4)

The sequel to one of the previous generation's biggest looter shooters is sure to bring action and comedy to E3 2019. It has to go down as one of the biggest titles for the holiday season so expect gameplay blowouts, character reveals, and in-depth ability demonstrations. Borderlands 3 is surely going to be a ton of fun, occupying prime time in one certain press conference.

Where to See It: Microsoft's E3 2019 press conference on Sunday, 9th June @ 1PM PT/4PM PT/9PM BST

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (PS4)

The biggest video game franchise in the world returns this year with a reboot of its most popular sub-series, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. We've only had a very brief glimpse at what to expect with the recent teaser trailer, so expect some gameplay next week when its time to shine comes around. Single player footage would be most welcome, while we wouldn't say no to a bit of multiplayer and co-op gameplay on the side.

Where to See It: E3 2019 Coliseum's Call of Duty panel on Tuesday, 11th June @ 3PM PT/6PM ET/11PM BST

Cyberpunk 2077 (PS4)

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the biggest games going into E3 2019, and we cannot wait to see more. Dubbed the "most important E3 ever" by developer CD Projekt RED, we're surely going to get at least another impressive trailer at some point during the show. We're hoping for another slice of gameplay too, similar to what was released at Gamescom 2018. That's not set in stone, but we can always hope.

Where to See It: Microsoft's E3 2019 press conference on Sunday, 9th June @ 1PM PT/4PM PT/9PM BST

DOOM Eternal (PS4)

Set to be the centrepiece of Bethesda's E3 offering, DOOM Eternal will rip and tear the stage up this year with on-stage gameplay demonstrations and further footage from the show floor. Expect a release date for this one, most likely at some point in 2019. If it's anything like the original game, DOOM Eternal is going to be one of the greatest games of the year that'll most definitely dress to impress when Bethesda takes to the stage.

Where to See It: Bethesda's E3 2019 press conference on Sunday, 9th June @ 5:30PM PT/8:30PM ET/01:30AM BST (10th June)

Dying Light 2 (PS4)

A personal favourite for this scribe, too many people seem to be sleeping on Dying Light 2. The original title flew too far under the radar, and we're expecting big things from this sequel. After Chris Avelone took to the stage last year to unveil the branching story and choices we can expect to make throughout the experience, we expect further footage this year to focus on that and the act of zombie killing. A lot of zombie slaughtering. We're hoping for a release date of this year for Dying Light 2 as well.

Where to See It: Square Enix's E3 2019 press conference on Monday, 10th June @ 6PM PT/9PM ET/2AM BST (11th June)