Microsoft's E3 2017 conference was rife with plenty of reveals: The Xbox Scorpio (Project Scorpio, if you prefer) was officially revealed as Xbox One X and will set you back $499. That was the biggest takeaway of the show, but that wasn't the only announcement, by far. Just in case you missed it, whether you were throwing yourself into coverage like a madman or if you couldn't watch the presentation for some reason, we've got a roundup of all the trailers from the show here in one convenient place. Check them out below!
Xbox One X Reveal Trailer
The moment fans had been waiting for -- the reveal of the new Xbox One X.
Forza Motorsport 7 Trailer
This gorgeous Xbox One X game looked mighty marvelous in 4K during the conference.
The popular mutliplayer shooter will find a home on Xbox One.
Deep Rock Galactic
This new tower-defense title looks fast and frenetic.
State of Decay 2
The environments are harsh, but the nasties out to get you are even harsher.
The Darwin Project
This newly-minted multiplayer shooter looks like it has a lot to offer.
Lots of changes coming to Minecraft, including cross-platform play and 4K support!
Black Desert Online
The highly-customizable MMORPG is coming to Xbox One.
The Artful Escape
This looks like a pretty clever release, if I do say so myself.
Sea of Thieves
Microsoft showed off a huge chunk of gameplay from the upcoming sea-based adventure game.
Fullbright's latest adventure finally gets a release date.
Super Lucky's Tale
If Lucky isn't the sweetest little critter you ever did see...
Terry Crews makes a surprise appearance in this raucous trailer.
This 1930s cartoon-themed platformer is absolutely gorgeous.
E3 2017 ID@Xbox Games Montage
Take a look at all of the indie games coming soon for Xbox One.
The atmospheric Ashen looks melancholy and moody.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Another entry in the Ori series will likely have fans cheering.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm
This prequel will unite fans with Rachel Amber and Chloe from Life is Strange and will span three episodes.
The newest Metro game is rife with plenty of hazardous conditions as well as monsters.
Assassin's Creed Origins
Finally, Ubisoft announces what we all knew about weeks ago.