Another E3 has been and gone, with the games industry flying back home for a well-deserved rest.
This wasn't the most exciting or wild show we've seen in a while, rather it was a pretty safe affair with little in the way of huge announcements or massive reveals - nor was it ever going to be with new consoles set to launch next year.
But still, it feels like the games industry is in a fascinating place right now. Though companies were unwilling - or unable - to discuss what's coming to the new PlayStation and Xbox consoles, we could still see the future of the games industry; one where platforms weren't consoles, where companies are trying to bring their IP to new formats and trying new business models.
Though next year's show will no doubt be dominated by what's likely going to be called the PlayStation 5 and whatever the final name for Xbox's Project Scarlett is, looking back it's safe to say that 2019 will be the year when everything truly changed - right before more people than ever were able to play games.
PCGamesInsider.biz has reflected upon this year's E3 and picked out what we think were the top trends to come out of the Los Angeles trade show.
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