E3 Quiz

Five years running. Can you believe we've been doing these annual E3 prediction quizzes for five years here on Push Square? Well it's true, and with E3 2019 just days away, it's time for the 5th Annual Push Square Community E3 Quiz (phew), where we ask you lot to predict the events of this year's show.

With no Sony at E3 this time around, the questions are going to be based on the press conferences and showcases of the other major publishers. That's EA, Bethesda, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and Square Enix.

If you're not up to speed with how we do things around here, let's quickly go over what our annual E3 quiz is all about. Simply put, we present you with a selection of yes or no questions, and you, as a community, need to vote on what you think will be the correct answer. When E3 is over, we'll count up your votes and determine how many events you predicted correctly.

Last year, you got 20/30 questions right, which is isn't a bad score at all. However, we're always striving to improve here at Push Square, so let's see if we can better it in 2019. We've narrowed it down to 20 questions this year, mind.

Voting for all questions will close on Saturday the 8th June at 16:00 UK time -- that's roughly one hour before EA kicks things off with its EA Play stream.

Good luck!

Question 1: With Sony's absence in mind, we're all expecting a big show from Microsoft and its Xbox conference. Of course, third party titles are bound to play a key role.

Will more than 6 games also coming to PS4 be shown during the Xbox press conference?

Question 2: A superb trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the big hits at the Xbox conference last year, and it's probably going to show up again.

Will we see more than 10 minutes of Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay at the Xbox press conference?

Question 3: Rumours that Cyberpunk 2077 will launch in 2019 were recently shot down, but CD Projekt Red has said that this year's E3 is incredibly important for the company.

Will Cyberpunk 2077 get a confirmed release date during E3 2019?

Question 4: From Software's next game has been heavily rumoured to be an open world title, and Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin has supposedly consulted on the project. Crazy times.

Will From Software's new game be announced during the Xbox press conference?

Question 5: While not technically a part of E3, EA's EA Play event is where everything's expected to kick off. The livestream will feature gameplay, developer interviews, and some announcements.

Will we see more than 10 minutes of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay during the EA Play livestream?

Question 6: FIFA 20 is an inevitable announcement at EA Play, and the publisher has a history of awkward cameo appearances from sports personalities.

Will at least one professional football (soccer, for you Americans) player be present at EA Play when FIFA 20 is shown?

Question 7: We already know that DOOM Eternal and Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be a big part of Bethesda's E3 conference, but could the publisher also have some surprises up its sleeve?

Will a brand new IP be announced during Bethesda's press conference?

Question 8: Fallout 76 has been nothing short of a disaster for Bethesda. The game was fully revealed on stage at E3 last year, and it will apparently appear again at E3 2019.

Will Bethesda issue any kind of apology for Fallout 76 during its press conference?

Question 9: A while back, there were rumours of current-gen remasters or even remakes for Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. Nothing has come of them... Yet.

Will a Fallout game - remastered, remade, or brand new - be announced at Bethesda's conference?

Question 10: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a meme at this point, but surely we've seen the last of it as far as E3 press conferences go?

Will the word "Skyrim" be said on stage during Bethesda's E3 conference?

Question 11: Ubisoft has said that its press conference will feature updates on existing games as well as new announcements.

Will Ubisoft spend more than 20 minutes of its press conference detailing updates for existing games?

Question 12: Watch Dogs Legion will be revealed at Ubisoft's press conference, but we don't know how in-depth this reveal will actually be.

Will we see more than 10 minutes of Watch Dogs Legion gameplay during Ubisoft's press conference?

Question 13: Rumours of a new Splinter Cell have been doing the rounds for years now, but we've still heard nothing concrete about Sam Fisher's future.

Will a new Splinter Cell game be announced at Ubisoft's press conference?

Question 14: Numerous leaks and rumours suggest that the next main Assassin's Creed game is all about vikings. Ubisoft has said that the series is taking a year off in 2019, however.

Will the next main Assassin's Creed game be announced at Ubisoft's press conference?

Question 15: Square Enix should have an impressive showcase on its hands this year thanks to Marvel's The Avengers and Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Will we see any actual, raw gameplay (not as part of a trailer) for Marvel's The Avengers at E3 2019?

Question 16: Final Fantasy VII Remake recently burst back onto the scene through PlayStation's latest State of Play broadcast. It'll no doubt be an important part of Square Enix's stream.

Will Square Enix spend more than 8 minutes of its showcase on Final Fantasy VII Remake?

Question 17: Final Fantasy VII Remake is still going to be broken up into multiple games, leading many to believe that the first instalment could actually launch before the year is out.

Will Final Fantasy VII Remake get a 2019 release date at E3 2019?

Question 18: With Final Fantasy VII Remake out in the open and Final Fantasy XV all wrapped up, for the first time in a while, we don't know anything about the future of the series.

Will Square Enix show or at least tease a brand new Final Fantasy game during E3 2019?

Question 19: It was recently revealed that NieR: Automata has shipped over 4 million copies, making it a huge success for Square Enix. Rumours of a sequel have been swirling for at least a year or so.

Will a new NieR game be announced at E3 2019?

Question 20: Even though it isn't at E3, Sony could, in theory, still promote its own games through its own channels while the Los Angeles event takes place.

Will Sony release at least one brand new trailer for at least one of its upcoming first party games while E3 is happening?