Microsoft’s E3 press conference is over, and has left the gaming world more excited than ever before. Here are some of the biggest things the game company announced at E3.

Xbox Project Scarlett

Microsoft has finally announced the rumored Xbox Project Scarlett console, saying that the next-gen gaming system will launch Holiday next year. This beast is reportedly four times more powerful than the Xbox One X, which is the most powerful gaming system currently available as per GameSpot.

The upcoming console will feature an AMD Zen 2 processor and GDDR6 memory, and will use SSD. It is capable of variable frame rates up to 120 FPS and will support 8K Resolution. It also features backwards compatibility.

A slew of great titles

Microsoft also revealed a slew of games -- more than 60 -- that will come to the next-gen system. First in line would be “Halo Infinite,” which will be launched with the console next year.

The new games will include “Cyberpunk 2077” (to be released April 16, 2020), “Gears 5” (to be launched Sept. 10, but Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get it four days earlier), “Elden Rings” (made in collaboration with George RR Martin), and “The Outer Worlds.”

Xbox Game Pass

Now, there’s an Xbox Game Pass for the PC ($9.99). This is included in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service ($14.99) which also includes thegame pass for Xbox console and the Xbox Live social network

Xbox Elite Controller version 2

Microsoft also announced a new version of the Xbox Elite Controller. The new version will feature Bluetooth, have an internal rechargable battery pack, have adjustable tension thumbsticks and more

Project xCloud

Microsoft also announced its upcoming game streaming service, Project xCloud. This won’t be a standalone game service. Players who want to make use of this will need an Xbox to that will let them play on their mobile devices whether at home or outside. The platform will undergo public testing later in the year, CNet noted.

New studio

Microsoft also announced its acquisition of Double Fine Productions. Tim Schafer, the studio’s CEO, then revealed the upcoming sequel, “Psychonauts 2,” which is planned for release sometime this year for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Xbox One X The Gold Rush Xbox One X features a gold gradient color scheme. Photo: Microsoft