San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Day 3 Recap

UPDATE 7/21/19 9:52 a.m. PT: The lineup of movies and TV shows is the entirety of the next phase in the MCU, with one exception. Blade will be in phase five.

Marvel layed out phase four for hungry fans, new trailers for upcoming shows, and a lot more was released yesterday at Comic-Con. Each day gets bigger, and day three might take the cake for the entire convention.

Phase 4 is Coming

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To start off, Black Widow showed off some footage while shining light on what to expect. Like the rumors suggested, this prequel will show off the dark side of Scarlett Johansson’s agent who once was not the hero we all have gotten to know. The film is directed by Cate Shortland and stars Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, David Harbour as Alexi, O-T Fagbenle as Mason, Rachel Weisz as Malena, and Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova.

“I don’t think I could have played this iteration of Natasha 10 years ago,” Johansson said at the panel. “It would’ve been a very different film. I get to play Natasha as a fully realized woman and in all of her many facets. I’m excited for fans to see the flawed side of her, what she perceives to be the flawed side of her. And I’m looking to wipe out some of that red in my ledger, so you guys will be seeing a lot of that.”

While the film has been shooting for 30 days, enough was done to show off a clip to the audience at Hall H. A fight scene with Pugh and Johansson shows off the film’s villain, the iconic Taskmaster. Black Widow is set to release on May 1, 2020.

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Next up is Eternals. Chloe Zhao sits in the director’s seat along with her extensive roster of characters including  Angelina Jolie (Thena), Richard Madden (Icarus), Kumail Nanjiani (Kingo), Lauren Ridloff (Makkari), Brian Tyree Henry (Phastos), Salma Hayek (Ajak), Lia McHugh (Sprite), and Don Lee (Gilgamesh).

“It’s about this group of incredible immortals but through their journey, we really get to explore what it means to be human and humanity on our time on this planet,” Zhao told the crowd.

The characters are a group of immortals who look after Earth from afar. This will set the groundwork that future phases of the MCU will have a cosmic center around upcoming storylines.

Eternals hits theaters Nov. 6, 2020.

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Destin Cretton will head Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, starring Simu Liu. Meanwhile, Tony Leung is the Mandarin, the real one, not the fake from Iron Man 3.

Shang-Chi is scheduled for a Feb. 12, 2021 release date.

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Taika Waititi returns after the success of Thor: Ragnarok. While Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will return in their roles, someone from the old days is too, Natalie Portman. She will wield the mighty hammer, yes she will become her own Thor essentially.

Waititi read Jason Aaron’s comics series, The Mighty Thor, which introduces the female version of the electrified God. He told the audience, ” only one person who could play that role,” which lead to Portman coming on stage while holding on Mjolnir and saying, “I’ve always had a little hammer envy.”

Thor: Love and Thunder will come out Nov. 5, 2021.

Diverting away from the movies briefly, these are some of the Disney+ shows that are on the way to expand the universe.

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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is set for fall 2020. The reveal with Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan got interrupted with a video from Civil War villain Daniel Brühl’s Baron Zemo, wearing a comic accurate costume with his iconic purple mask.

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Spring 2021 will deliver WandaVision, with Elizabeth Olsen reprising her role as Scarlett Witch and Paul Bettany returns as the recently deceased Vision. Teyonah Parris will also star as the grown-up version of Monica Rambeau, who last appeared as a child in Captain Marvel.

“We’re going to have a lot of fun,” Olsen said. “It’s going to get weird. We’re going to go deep, we’re going to have lots of surprises, and we’re going to finally understand Wanda Maximoff as the Scarlet Witch.”

“Last thing I knew, I died in Infinity War, so I literally have never been this confused in front of this many people in my whole life,” Bettany said.

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The long-awaited and teased Loki series will arrive around the same time. The series will center around Loki as he disappeared with the Tesseract in Endgame.

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Next is an animated series titled What If…? which will explore the many multiverses in the MCU. While many familiar voices will come and go in the series, one name that has been attached is Westworld actor Jeffery Wright who will play as The Watcher.

“The Watcher is a being, a non-earthly being who observes all things,” Wright told the audience. “He’s watching over the multiverse and occasionally may or may not intervene with the doings of earthlings. Other than that, he’s off doing his own thing.”

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Ending the TV series side of the panel, and there is still more news after this, is Jeremy Renner’s own show, Hawkeye. The show follows him teaching Kate Bishop to take on the bow.

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Coming back to the movies, Benedict Cumberbatch’s solo flick finally got an official title. Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness sees director Scott Derrickson return with an eye for a May 7, 2021 release date.

“Just because Quentin Beck makes up lies about the multiverse doesn’t mean it isn’t real,” Feige told the audience, referencing to Spider-Man: Far From Home.

WandaVision will be the first Marvel TV series to play a hand in one of the films as Olsen’s telekinetic hero will appear in Doctor Strange’s next adventure.

“He’ll be facing unexpected things,” Cumberbatch said of his character. “I think he’ll be in a position rather like the audience of not knowing what’s coming at him. There was a lot of authority I thought in the Avengers iterations [of Strange], so we’re going back to kind of destroy him, I think.”

Derrickson will use his experience with Sinister to make Multiverse of Madness be the first scary MCU movie, while Fiege quickly tells everyone it will still be PG-13.

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Blade returns with Mahershala Ali as the vampire slayer. On top of that Fiege announced, with no release dates, Captain Marvel 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Black Panther 2, and acknowledges that the X-Men and Fantastic Four will be coming in the future.

Westworld Season 3 Trailer

HBO’s wildly trippy sci-fi will return. The trailer shows off a World War 2 park, which means Nazi robots, and hints at what to expect with the story after season two.

Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Info

Season 2 ended with the crew and their ship diving into a wormhole taking them 950 years into the future. The panel reveals hints at what will happen in the upcoming season.

Watchmen Character Returns

The upcoming HBO series showed the return of Doctor Manhatten who was living on Mars and returns back to Earth.

DC is Bringing Back Shows

Both Doom Patrol and Titans will return for another run. Doom Patrol will arrive on DC’s streaming service and HBO Max sometime in 2020. Titans return Sept. 6 on DC Universe.

The Expanse Returns

Amazon saved the sci-fi series The Expanse from cancellation and now has shown off a trailer on what the series will look like.

The Flash Gets a New Villain

Sendhil Ramamurthy (Heroes) is facing against Flash in season 6 as Dr. Ramsey Rosso/Bloodwork.

Lex Luther is Back

DC’s baddy returns, Lex Luther played by Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men), who will appear on the crossover series Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Arrow Star Set to Direct Episodes on Final Season

Katie Cassidy Rodgers, who plays Laurel on the series, will make her directorial debut with an episode of the show’s final season.

The Goldbergs Go on Vacation

Goldbergs star Troy Gentile told Entertainment Weekly that, ““The first script [of the season], we’re doing Vacation,” and “I’m not going to tell you guys where, but we’re going on vacation.”

Snowpiercer Trailer

The TBS series based on the 2013 movie finally got a trailer.

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San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Day 2 Recap

One day down, another to go. The first day of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con had plenty to show from The Witcher series, Marvel news, and Patrick Stewart returning to Star Trek. Day two is just as hefty of delicious nerdy announcements and trailers.

Mayans M.C. Season 2

The spin-off of Sons of Anarchy got a trailer for its second season. It will premier Sept. 3 on FX.

Brandon Routh Wears the Red Cape Again

Brandon Routh from Superman Returns will star as the iconic DC hero in an epic crossover event titled Crisis on Infinite Earths. The CW exclusive will bring together its TV heroes like Flash (Grant Gustin), Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), Batwoman (Ruby Rose), and Arrow (Stephen Amell).

Snowpiercer TV Show

Entertainment Weekly exclusively got photos from the upcoming Snowpiercer TV series that will start its engines sometime next year.

The show will set seven years after the apocalyptic events that set any survivor onto the endless running train. The prequel does not have a lot of information but will give fans of the film a taste for what happened before those events with Curtis’ (Chris Evans) rebellion.

Veronica Mars Revival

Hulu’s revival of Veronica Mars dropped during the panel, a whole week early.

The rebooted series initially ended in 2007, but now fans get the development and ending they have been craving.

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Crash Hall H

Stars from the MCU, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Paul Rudd, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Holland, and Chadwick Boseman came on stage during the Russo Brothers’ panel. The actors thanked the fans and had some fun banter with the directors of Infinity War and Endgame.

DuckTales Beloved Characters Return

During a panel and poster, the DuckTales return shows plenty of fan favorites will make an appearance in upcoming episodes. Goofy, Daisy Duck, and more will appear. Including the characters, Lin-Manuel Miranda came up on stage as a surprise for fans.

Fear the Walking Dead Season Six

An announcement for the sixth season of Fear the Walking Dead was made. To continue the excitement, a trailer for the second half of season five also dropped. The fifth season will start back up Aug. 11.

The Walking Dead Season 10

AMC’s zombie series has some major names leaving with the trailer for season 10. Danai Gurira who played the sword-wielding Michonne will depart from the series. In her replacement, Thora Birch (American Beauty and Hocus Pocus) and Kevin Carroll (Snowfall and Velvet Buzzsaw) will enter the apocalyptic world.

Steven Universe Movie

Director Rebecca Sugar showed the first trailer for the upcoming movie along with performing a song with some of the cast. The TV movie will air Sept. 2 on Cartoon Network.

The Witcher Trailer

The first day of SDCC had some information on the upcoming Netflix series The Witcher with Henry Cavill. Now the first trailer shows off what this world will look like in motion as Cavill, a fan of the books and video games, gets to play the leading role as Geralt.

Mehcad Brooks leaves Supergirl

Halfway through season five, Supergirl will lose one of her closest companions, James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks).

The Boys Season 2

Ahead of its July 26 debut, The Boys, Amazon’s adult satirical take on superheroes, got renewed for another season. The show will be available on Amazon Prime Video.

Rick and Morty Season 4 Has a Special Guest

The highly anticipated season four of Rick and Morty got its first clip. The brief look features Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi. No word yet on a release date for the Adult Swim sci-fi cartoon, but after two years since the last season, it can come at any time.

Archer Returns

Returning for season 11, the FX spy comedy Archer will come back to its roots. Taking place after Sterling Archer’s (H. John Benjamin) three-year coma.

The Award Goes to…Mark Hamill

During the panel for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, the upcoming Netflix original that takes place before Jim Henson’s original 1982 film The Dark Crystal, Mark Hamill was presented an award. This was the 2019 Comic-Con Icon Award which is selected to “an individual or group who’s been instrumental in creating greater awareness of and appreciation for comics and related popular art forms.”

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San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Day 1 Recap

All of us nerds wait every year for this weekend. San Diego Comic-Con is full of announcements for future movies and shows that generate excitement during the convention. Only one day has passed, and plenty of juicy news has dropped, so let’s get into the thick of it.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ending

The hit Marvel show on ABC, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., will go on its final mission for its seventh season.

The show gave background on behind the scenes work with S.H.I.E.L.D. across the MCU. While the TV work from Marvel never gets seen on the big screen, the events happening on the small screen certainly have an impact on the overall universe.

The Witcher Details

An interview with Entertainment Weekly gives some extra details on the upcoming Netflix series based on the popular novels and video games The Witcher. Showrunner Lauren Hissrich (Daredevil) gives some background on the narrative, casting, and some of the controversies that surround the upcoming adaption.

“We’re not adapting the videogames, it’s a straight adaptation of the books,” Hissrich told EW when discussing the video games and her vision for the show. “Which is great as the videogames are also an adaptation of the books. They went one direction, we actually get to go another. We’re kind of holding close to our chest what we’re doing in the first season.”

Like any story, you have a protagonist and antagonist. Hissrich discusses the “shades of gray” in both the books and her adaptions.

“There isn’t really a villain,” she said. “One of the things we’re enjoying exploring is all the shades of grey in the books. The characters you’re rooting for in the beginning may not be the characters you’re rooting for in the end. And characters you hate and seem absolutely evil are motivated by something that’s really relatable and human and emotional.”

The showrunner gives some insight into the controversy that surrounded the casting of Freya Allan (Into the Badlands) as Ciri.

“I think that anytime you’re doing casting and you’re casting something that has a lot of existing fans you’re going to get a lot of opinions about whether it matches fans vision,” she said. “This franchise has millions of fans. We knew we weren’t going to make everyone happy. As you know, per the controversy, we looked at everyone possible for this role. And when we found Freya we made her an offer that day. She’s incredibly special.”

Final Trailer for IT: Chapter Two

The sequel to the profitable Stephen King remake is coming out Sept. 6. During SDCC, the final trailer for the anticipated horror flick dives deeper into the horrors that await audiences.

Westworld Season 3 Details

Co-showrunner Jonathan Nolan spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the upcoming season of HBO’s confusing sci-fi drama. He spoke about the narrative will be easier to consume and the casting.

“This is season is a little less of a guessing game and more of an experience with the hosts finally getting to meet their makers,” Nolan told EW.

Familiar faces like Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) but many others have not been confirmed. One new face will be a construction worker named Caleb, who will make a significant impact on Dolores. Caleb will be played by Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul.

““Aaron’s character will challenge Dolores’ notions about the nature of humanity,” Nolan said. “He’s the type of person who doesn’t get to go to Westworld.”

Westworld season three arrives next year.

Original John Connor, Edward Furlong, is Back in Terminator

James Cameron is bringing back all of the old faces from the original Terminator movies. Skyping from the set of the next Avatar, the producer announces Edward Furlong will come back in the role of John Connor.

Terminator: Dark Fate is supposed to take the series back to its roots. The sixth entry comes out Nov. 1.

Star Trek: Picard Gets Information

Sir Patrick Stewart is going back into space in the upcoming Star Trek series. The series coming to CBS all access will take Picard into a fight while developing his character further since fans had last seen him.

The Star Trek panel is Saturday, so expect plenty more details to be released that day.

His Dark Materials Trailer

HBO is adapting another novel series into a show. Taking from Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials Trilogy which consists of The Golden CompassThe Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass. This is the first trailer for the upcoming fantasy series.

His Dark Materials comes out this fall and will star James McAvoy (Split, X-Men), Dafne Keen (Logan), and Ruth Wilson (Luther).

Top Gun: Maverick Lands a Trailer

Tom Cruise is gearing up to train a new generation pilots in the new trailer for Top Gun: Maverick. It has been 33 years later, and the sequel will fly in on June 26, 2020.

Marvel’s Avengers Goes Deeper 

Square Enix showed off its first official trailer for their upcoming Avengers title. The game got a mixed reaction from fans and critics, but at SDCC a new look gives some extra insight into what it will be like stepping into the shoes of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.

Everything shown will be held off to the public until Gamescom, which goes from Aug. 20 to 24. Customization for gear and outfits were shown. Square goes into the deep history of Marvel to bring out inspired costumes from the many comics that have come over the years. The upgrading system to empower each hero was also shown.

The game will focus on a single-player campaign along with a four-player cooperative mode. It is slated to come May 15, 2020, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google Stadia.

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is Not What We Thought

During EA Play the world got to see a 15-minute demo of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The game was a typical linear adventure game with level design and combat that would be expected from this type of single-player experience. The closed doors demo showed the demo with an added few minutes of gameplay to show that this is something entirely different. As of June 25, this has become public.

Staying on Kashyyyk, we see the protagonist Cal swimming with his droid. He slowly swims in the middle of a battle. A TIE fighter crashes and explodes on an AT-AT. Once close enough to the still standing machine, Cal climbs on from some vegetation that is sticking to the legs. The climbing system is precisely the same as what was shown in the initial demo but in this new setting.

The hero hops in from an open hatch to get inside of the AT-AT. After taking out the guards and pilots, Cal takes control of the vehicle. This section becomes an on-rails shooter as he fights other vehicles and stormtroopers in the surrounding area.

Inside of Cal and his team’s ship, we get a glimpse of the open nature of the game. Other planets pop up on a map that has not been discovered yet. The developers at Respawn have said there will be an exploration of other worlds, and this is our first glimpse into this mechanic.

More interaction becomes available as Calk speaks with his crew for some banter and story information.

Upgrades and leveling up was mentioned, and the first look comes from Cal upgrading his droid, BD-1. His companion can now short circuit enemy tech.

While all of the details that have been discussed are not shown in this extended cut, Respawn does provide more proof of their concepts compared to the demo shown three weeks ago.


I enjoyed the first demo but felt it looked overly linear and an overall generic licensed game that had potential to be fun. This does give me more hope on a rich experience that will rival any game in 2019. We will see, but I have high hopes that this will be one of my top games of the year.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order comes out Nov. 15 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Nintendo Direct E3 2019 Conference Breakdown

Nintendo is back with some of the most iconic titles in the industry. We got to see recognizable faces along with some new ones.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC

Vastly different worlds are colliding into Nintendo’s epic crossover fighter. The beginning of the event showed that the unnamed hero from Dragon Quest will make an appearance.

Towards the end of the show, a trailer came to present the introduction of Banjo-Kazooie to join the fight later this year.

Buy: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition Trailer

Coming to the Switch on Sept. 27.

Buy: Dragon Quest XI Echoes of an Elusive Age: Edition of Light – PlayStation 4

Buy: Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition – Nintendo Switch

Gameplay Trailer for Luigi’s Mansion 3

Buy: Luigi’s Mansion 3

Trailer for The Dark Crystal: Tactics Age of Resistance

Gameplay Trailer for Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Out Sept. 20 for the Switch.

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Trailer for Trials of Mana

Coming out early 2020 for Switch, PS4, and PC. Plus for fans who can’t wait, you can pick up the original three games for the Switch today.

The Witcher: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition

The port is coming to the Switch sometime this year.

Trailer for Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Coming to the Switch on July 26.

Resident Evil Ports

The fifth and six main entries of the Resident Evil series are coming to the Switch this fall.

Trailer for No More Heroes 3

Coming 2020.


A lot is coming for Contra fans. Rogue Corps is coming to the Switch on Sept. 24. Along with this release date, a collection of 10 games and a 74-page ebook are available today.

Trailer for Daemon X Machina

Coming Sept. 13 for the Switch.

Trailer for Danzer Dragon

Coming this winter.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Trailer

Coming to the Switch on Nov. 15.

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Trailer for Astral Chain

Out Aug. 30 for the Switch.

Trailer for Empire of Sin

Coming spring 2020 for all platforms.

Trailer for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Out July 19 for the Switch.

Trailer for Cadence of Hyrule

Out July 13 for the Switch.

Trailer for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games

Out sometime in Nov. for the Switch.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Delayed

The push went from this year to March 20, 2020.

Breath of the Wild Sequel

A sequel is coming to 2017 hit. A teaser trailer was released with no further information.

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Square Enix E3 2019 Conference Breakdown

Some of the most anticipated reveals were shown at Square Enix’s showcase. Superheroes and fantasy titles, the company did not waste time showing off what is in store for the future.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

A gameplay trailer along with a release date for the long-awaited remake was shown. You can get your hands on the remake of the classic RPG March 3, 2020, on PS4.

The Last Remnant

The remaster of the 2008 title is coming to the Nintendo Switch, and it is out now.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

The new trailer for the sequel shows off gameplay along with its July 12 date for PS4 and Switch.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition

Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind DLC

Out sometime this winter.

Oninaki Trailer

This RPG is releasing on Aug. 22 for PC.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius: War of the Visions

A mobile game coming to Japan sometime this year and TBA for the rest of the world.

Outriders Trailer

A coop shooter from the minds who made Bulletstorm. Coming to Xbox, PS4, and PC next summer.

Romancing Saga 3 & SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions

These two games will be coming worldwide for all platforms, even mobile devices sometime in the near future.

Marvel’s Avengers Trailer

Marvel is building up its AAA lineup with Square Enix’s Avengers game. This coop action title showed off gameplay elements and its story. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have been framed, tarnishing their heroic status in the eyes of the world.

Releasing for Xbox, PS4, PC, and Stadia in May 2020.

PlayStation 4 players can play the beta early and get exclusive content.

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Ubisoft E3 2019 Conference

Ubisoft stands as one of the most dominant companies in the gaming industry. They have updates on current titles plus sequels to some of their strongest franchises. This is what you may have missed from Ubisoft’s conference this E3.

Assassin’s Creed Symphony

A symphony tour is coming to play songs from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise. The 80 piece orchestra will be performing shows around Europe and North America. You can buy tickets here.

Watch Dogs Legion

The third installment of Watch Dogs has unleashed a lot of details plus a gameplay reveal.

The discussions around the leak and its official confirmation leading up to E3 about playing as NPCs have been cleared up. Players are building a resistance army against the chaos that has embedded itself throughout London. You can scan anyone to see their stats, with every citizen having their own life and animations, to decide on who you want to recruit. After completing the origin mission, you have earned another playable character. You can select whoever you want anytime or if you die then you immediately go into a selection screen for a new playable character. Yes, if you die, it is permanent.

Combat was shown with a new melee system that looks quite fluid. Of course, you have your guns, which are another option if you want. Like the previous two titles, you get to play any way you wish to with stealth, going in loud and lethal, or focusing on hacking your way through objectives.

Watch Dogs Legion comes out March 6 for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

Always Sunny Creator’s New Show

Rob McElhenney, the main mastermind behind the FX series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, announced he will work with Ubisoft for an Apple TV show called Mythic Quest. The sitcom will show the troubles in game development while poking fun at all things gaming.

Ian Grimm (Rob McElhenney) is an egotistical creative director at a studio that has developed the most popular MMO, Mythic Quest. The company is on its way to make an expansion, Raven’s Banquet, and audiences will see the chaos that happens behind the scenes.

No official date was mentioned, but you can watch the trailer below:

Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Phantom Sight

No real news except for the rumored June 11 date for the new season of Rainbow Six Siege has been confirmed. Two new operators, Warden and Nøkk, along with a reworking of Kafe Dostoyevsky and updates to how ranked will play out. You can read about all of it here.

Brawlhalla and Adventure Time Crossover

Finn, Jake, and Princess Bubblegum from Adventure Time are arriving in this arena fighter. Plus a new mode and stage are coming in this epic crossover, and it is out now.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Presented by actor and lead antagonist in the game, Jon Bernthal (The Punisher) showed off the upcoming title.

Play as a squad or with AI companions, go through the open world to take down a new, highly advanced threat.

A new community program allows for players an easier way to contact one another. This will add more access to voice opinions to the developers to better the online experience.

A mysterious tease involving Terminator was shown, but no context was given.

A beta is coming Sept. 5 while the full release is Oct. 4 for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

Trailer for a New Mobile Title

Elite Squad is a collection of Tom Clancy characters into one game. The strategy game will take two teams of five players for an all-out battle with iconic characters from Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and Rainbow Six.

Just Dance 2020 Performance

A performance to officially reveal the new Just Dance is here. No hard date was set, but sometime in Nov. for Xbox, Wii, Switch, PS4, and Stadia.

For Honor Event

Shadows of the Hitokiri is an event coming soon to For Honor. The mode Soul Rush will have each warrior carry a stock of souls and must kill others to obtain more.

Cosmetics like emotes and skins will be available to unlock too.

The event comes from June 10 to June 27.

Trailer for Rainbow Six Quarantine

The new Rainbow game will be a PvE focused experience. Three players team up to complete objectives and face a new type of threat, similar to last year’s limited time Outbreak mode.

Coming early 2020 for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

The Division 2 DLC and Movie Updates

Three episodes of new content are coming to The Division 2. Going to new areas for brand new objectives will take players to the National Zoo, the Pentagon, New York to hunt down a traitor, and the second eight-player raid.

The three episodes of DLC will come across the rest of this year and early 2020.

The movie adaption with Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal got an update. The film will be released on Netflix.


A new subscription service to gain access to new games and content. It will cost $14 a month. It will launch this Sept. and be available in 2020 for Stadia.

Trailer Roller Champions

A gameplay trailer shows off this new PvP sports title. A demo is out now until June 14.

Trailer for Gods & Monsters

No information as given except for a Feb. 25, 2020 release date.

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