This year's E3 - that stands for Electronic Entertainment Expo - has come to an end, with a flurry of announcements, release dates confirmed and game trailers to tee up the next year and a bit in gaming.
Here's a rundown of the biggest announcements, and why you should be excited about them.
KEANU REEVES IS IN 'CYBERPUNK 2077'
If you were thinking to yourself, "How can I possibly get more Keanu Reeves into my brain?", then you're in luck because he's now in 'Cyberpunk 2077'. The internet's favourite boyfriend turned up to introduce the cinematic trailer for the game, and called everyone - yes, even you - breathtaking after some random guy in the crowd called Keanu Reeves breathtaking. The best part? The guy who initially called Keanu Reeves breathtaking got a Collector's Edition copy of the game. Magical. Anyway, here's the trailer. Release date is set for April 16th, 2020 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
A SEQUEL TO 'LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD' IS COMING
There wasn't much in the way of finer details, but Nintendo were good enough to release a first-look trailer for the follow-up to 'Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild'. Judging by the art style in the trailer, it looks to be following the same vibe of the original and looks like it could very well be a direct sequel. No release date was announced, nor was the official title, but you might well see more details in the coming months.
GEORGE RR MARTIN'S COLLABORATION WITH THE MAKERS OF 'DARK SOULS' IS REAL
And it will probably be one of the hardest games ever made. 'Elden Ring' is the brainchild of 'Game of Thrones' creator and FromSoftware, the developers behind 'Dark Souls' and 'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice'. There's not a huge amount of information floating around on this one, even if there was a leak before E3. All we know is that it's going to be the biggest game FromSoftware has worked on, and it's going to be violent as heck.
MICROSOFT ANNOUNCE 'PROJECT SCARLETT', ITS FOLLOW-UP TO THE XBOX ONE
As Google Stadia looms over E3 and console gaming as we know it, Microsoft looks to the future with 8K gaming and even beefier specs than ever before. 'Project Scarlett', the codename for the next iteration of the Xbox, will come with 120 frames per second as standard, support for ray-tracing, and probably a bunch more stuff that will take a lot of time and effort to explain. Release is slated for late 2020, however no price point has been set as of yet. In fact, the only thing we know for definite is 'Halo Infinite' will be the launch title for it.
NO NEWS ABOUT 'ELDER SCROLLS 6' OR 'STARFIELD', BUT 'DOOM ETERNAL' GETS A RELEASE DATE
Bethesda, the brains behind 'Doom Eternal', introduced a new trailer for the gore-gushing game and a release date of November 22nd of this year. 'Wolfenstein: Youngblood', the other blood-soaked shooter from Bethesda, also got a run out during Bethesda's time on stage at E3, but 'Doom Eternal' was the game everyone was talking about. Check the trailer to see why. Or maybe don't if you're squeamish.
'WATCHDOGS: LEGION' WILL LET YOU RECRUIT GRANNIES IN YOUR QUEST TO CAUSE ANARCHY IN THE UK
The hack-'em-up sensation will see you take charge of a dystopian London and its actual citizens (oh, the commentary here is dripping) in order to further your own objectives. The big gag from the first footage was that you can recruit anyone, and we mean anyone, to help you. We're talking actual armies of grannies rushing to overthrow the government. Yes, really.