Xbox E3 2018: The Ten Biggest Announcements

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Microsoft has officially announced Halo Infinite, and released its announcement trailer.

This trailer arrives almost three years after the release of Halo 5: Guardians.

Update: Well, they didn't come back, and digging into the details a little further, this was merely an "engine trailer" for the Slipspace Engine. The studio is one of five that Phil Spencer just announced have been acquired by Microsoft at the company's E3 conference early today.

As sure as night follows day, we'll also see a new Forza game - there's one every year at this point. The game releases with special enhancements for Xbox One X.

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Though there are some complaints that Microsoft's E3 event didn't feature more new exclusives, considering that the Xbox One is playing catch-up, these big names were more than enough. But the company continues to put more resources into the Xbox consoles and its gaming business overall.

Although neither of these games are new, they both have potential to draw in some new subscribers. That seems like a stretch, but you never know with this insane games industry of ours. Maybe we'll hear more about these new consoles at E3 2019? A new trailer during Microsoft's E3 conference gave us a look at the striking visuals and challenging platforming gameplay fans of this series are going to expect.

Elder Scrolls Online, on the other hand, is an MMO, which means that some gamers are likely to play the game for years and years after its initial launch.