Microsoft's E3 press briefing took place today, and it was chock-full of some great announcements for fans looking to further integrate both their Xbox One and PC experiences. During the show we saw looks at Gears of War 4, the standalone Gwent game, and even Project Scorpio, which Microsoft refers to as one of the most powerful consoles of all time.
We grabbed all the news that's fit to post from the conference and now have it here for you in one handy list. Get up to speed before the next wave of E3 announcements hit here, in (mostly) chronological order!
The console we all knew was coming reared its head, and it looks pretty stunning, if I do say so myself.
If you've got friends who'd rather play on PC, but you get down on Xbox One, there's a solution for you.
It's time to go shredding in the Outback with the latest Forza Horizon title for both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Gears of War's badass joins the Killer Instinct roster with Season 3 of Killer Instinct joining the Play Anywhere program.
Final Fantasy XV's titan battle was a sight to behold, with the game running on Xbox One.
The upcoming new IP from Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune dazzled with a longer trailer than what we've seen previously.
Tom Clancy's The Division players will soon be able to enjoy an additional expansion.
Do you like your Xbox One controllers totally customizable? You're gonna love these new ones.
Tired of having to switch consoles to play with friends when it comes to Minecraft Realms? You won't have to anymore!
The bizarre Inside is one game you won't want to miss, and you can get Limbo for free as well as the game when you purchase ahead of time!
Prepare to kiss even more of your free time goodbye.
We Happy Few looks better than ever, but you won't get to play it early or anything. Still probably worth waiting for!
Come on, it's lovely weather for a slay ride together with you!
There will be Tekken, and Xbox Live Gold will get a copy of a backwards compatible Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
Hideki Kamiya was on hand to give us a look at the upcoming Platinum Games title.
A bunch of YouTubers played Sea of Thieves for us to ogle.
The upcoming Halo RTS is coming soon, and you can get in on the beta starting today!
Shoot more zombies in the sequel to State of Decay! At least, that's what it looks like you'll be doing.
Microsoft's pièce de résistance of the show was Project Scorpio, a new console that's coming up on the horizon.