During last night's Game Awards, Microsoft finally put a face and a name to Project Scarlett. The Xbox Series X, as it will be called, has four times the processing power of Xbox One X but it looks more like a PC than a console.
At the 2019 Game Awards, Microsoft finally pulled back the curtain on Project Scarlett to reveal Xbox Series X: the next-gen gaming console that actually looks more like a PC.
During Microsoft's annual Surface event this week, the company unveiled its latest project: the dual-screen Surface Duo that runs on Android.
Microsoft has revealed more details into its forthcoming cloud gaming platform, known as Project xCloud, during its annual E3 press conference.
Sony released a PDF detailing many aspects of its forthcoming "next generation" console (PlayStation 5) and even provided a demonstration of its speed at an investor relations meeting.
In a surprise announcement, Microsoft and Sony said they've reached an agreement to come together to develop new cloud-based solutions for gaming. In other words: Crossplay is finally coming!