Project Scarlett revealed at Xbox E3

The next-gen console is coming!

Last night, at E3, we got the official confirmation. Xbox`s next-gen title, which is currently codenamed Project Scarlett, would be coming at the end of 2020.

As Phil Spencer, head of Xbox appeared on stage at the end to talk about XCloud, and the future of Xbox, we knew something was coming, and very similarly to the reveal we got regarding Project Scorpio, we got a few minutes trailer talking about the console and some of the things we can expect to see.

A SSD. 8K graphics. 4x more powerful than the Xbox One X. And, Halo Infinite will be a launch title on the next-gen console.

We expect a full reveal will come at next year`s E3, where we`ll also hopefully see a date and that all important price figure. But, from the way they spoke last night, we`re already buzzing and we cant wait to see more information about it.

Have a watch of the trailer below.

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