Project Scorpio, now known as Xbox One X, will release worldwide on 7 November, retailing at $499/£449.
Xbox One X will physically be the smallest Xbox console ever, while making good on the old adage that good things come in small packages, by also packing the biggest punch. Its tech specs are as follows:
Xbox One X will output true native 4K resolution (that means it's very pretty) with both games and Blu-Ray playback, and will also upscale previous titles, meaning your original Xbox (back compat functionality coming later this year), Xbox 360 and Xbox One games will look better than ever, even if you don’t have a 4K TV.
The console will also support all existing Xbox One accessories, ensuring nobody will be left out of pocket.
42 games - 22 of those exclusives or launch exclusives - were shown off running on the enhanced hardware at the conference, including Metro: Exodus, Forza Motorsport 7 and the long-awaited return of Crackdown 3. We’ll have a full Xbox round-up for you soon.
Has Xbox One X got you hot under the collar? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to join us tonight for both Ubisoft’s stream at 9pm BST and Sony’s at 2am BST (during which you could win some PSN credit).