The biggest moment from the Xbox press conference was undoubtedly the confirmation that Xbox One X, the company’s new console, would be released on Nov. 7 for $499.
The Xbox One X isn’t just the most powerful, as toted by Microsoft during its conference, but it’s also the smallest. To demonstrate what the console could do — and the “true native 4K gaming” capabilities that come with it — the publisher jumped into Forza 7.
Forza 7 wasn’t the only game show off, however, and Microsoft brought a series of trailer premieres and in-game footage to highlight the One X’s power. Some of the highlights that we saw from the conference include Middle Earth: Shadow of War, Crackdown 3, Metro Exodus and smaller titles like The Last Night and Ori and the Will of the Wisps.
The backbone of the entire conference was the Xbox One X, but it was the games introduced throughout that made it a successful show. Microsoft showed off 42 games in total, with 22 of those titles being exclusive to the console.
Every trailer and gameplay footage that was shown during the conference can be seen below.