At Microsoft's E3 briefing the much-rumoured Xbox One S was officially announced. The console is 40% smaller, comes with HDR and 4K video support and will only support connect with a very complicated adapter.
If you want a new controller to go with your console, you could always design your own.
There are over 8 million different combinations of colours, so there's something to suit everyone.
Three new additions to Xbox Live are on the way.
Clubs will allow players to create communities and find others with similar interests.
Looking For Group will enable to find players with a similar goal in mind, like nailing that last co-op achievement.
Arena is all about tournaments; SMITE, Worlds of Tanks and Fifa will be the first games to support Arena.
On to the games now and it was Gears of War 4 which kicked off the show. The ever-popular Horde mode returns, and we saw a short section of a mission from the co-op campaign.
Another co-op highlight was Scalebound.
The multiplayer gameplay trailer showed players teaming up to take down a giant crab-like creature.
You'll be able to connect with friends in an entirely different way in Forza Horizon 3.
A multiplayer demo showing off some of the various environments and vehicles followed the E3 trailer:
Dead Rising 4 will also feature four player co-op when Frank West returns to Willamette this Christmas.
Set 16 years after the original, Frank is just as snap-happy as ever.
Take a look:
There's even more zombie bashing goodness to look forward to, as State of Decay 2 was announced.
The most requested feature of the original was a co-op mode. Undead Labs have been listening and the sequel will allow up to four friends to roam together.
Catch the trailer below:
Those who prefer blasting aliens over chopping zombies will be happy to know that Halo Wars 2 is coming our way and there's a multiplayer beta running until 20 June.
Here's a look at the E3 trailer:
If you're looking for something a little more light-hearted, Rare's highly anticipated, nautical adventure, Sea of Thieves, was shown off in style. Some lucky fans got to go hands-on with the title for the gameplay reveal.
See the trailer and gameplay below:
Action adventure title, ReCore, was given a new trailer which introduced us to Joule Adams and her merry group of robot companions:
ReCore wasn't the only single player action game to be shown some love. A demo of Final Fantasy XV gameplay was shown, which showcases the lush graphics, battle system, and a hulking great beast that serves as one of the game's bosses.
To celebrate the release of Inside at the end of the month, developers Playdead are giving you the chance to download their previous game, Limbo, absolutely free, for a limited time.
Catch the trailer for Inside below:
If fighting games are more your thing, Tekken 7 is on its way to Xbox One. There's even more to shout about as Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is also free for a limited time.
We Happy Few will be coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 this summer.
The E3 trailer reveals that everything is not as it seems in this alternate version of 1960's England.
To end on a happier note, the much loved card game from The Witcher 3 will getting a standalone release.
The E3 trailer for Gwent isn't packed with details but there's not much to say.
You may have noticed that an Xbox Play Anywhere banner appeared on some videos. The feature will allow game sharing between Xbox One game and Windows 10 PC, with saves and achievements carrying over.
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