Microsoft’s conference was actually decent this year, but they’ve still not convinced me on the new super-powered Xbox. If it was part of a new generation of consoles, I’d say the price-point was correct, but at the moment it doesn’t feel like much of a leap especially with the games showcase. In any case, here are all the announcements from Microsoft’s E3 conference this year:
Project Scorpio officially announced as Xbox One X, launching November 7, 2017 for $499/£499. Most powerful console on the market, and smaller than the Xbox One S.
Forza Motorsport 7 footage
Metro Exodus announced, looks really good.
Assassin’s Creed Origins shows off Egypt. Doesn’t look amazing to be honest.
Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Console Launch Exclusive for Xbox One X.
State of Decay 2 announced.
Deep Rock Galactic announced.
The Darwin Project announced.
Minecraft 4K DLC announced and cross-play.
Dragon Ball FighterZ announced.
Sea of Thieves gameplay, looks quite cool.
Cuphead release date, September 29.
Crackdown 3 coming November 7th, featuring Terry Crews.
Tacoma August 2nd, Super Lucky’s Tale November 7th and ID@Xbox games shown.
Ashen announced, console launch exclusive.
Life is Strange prequel announced August 31st.
Middle Earth: Shadow of War gameplay.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps showcased, looks fantastic.
Original Xbox games coming to BC, with Crimson Skies one of the first.
Anthem gameplay revealed, looks really cool, like Destiny but better.