Microsoft hit E3 hard with hardware this year. Sick of the Xbox One being known as the "less powerful console," it finally revealed the rumored "Xbox 1.5" incremental upgrade as "Project Scorpio," as well as a new, slim, Xbox One S and a new initiative to let PC gamers play Xbox One games on their PC.
- Microsoft Shows Off New Xbox One S to Kick Off E3 Presser
- Xbox Play Anywhere Brings Xbox Games to Windows 10, Starting with Gears of War 4
- Microsoft Ends its E3 Presser By Announcing Yet Another New Console - Project Scorpio
- Microsoft's E3 Assets Reveal Bulletstorm Remaster
- Dead Rising 4 Revealed, Frank West Returns
- Microsoft's Phil Spencer Says Mouse and Keyboard Support for Xbox One is "Months Away"
- Don't Buy Scorpio If You Don't Have 4K, Says Microsoft Boss
- Dead Rising 4 Only a Timed Exclusive For Xbox