During Xbox's E3 2019 media briefing, Phil Spencer took to the stage to announce Microsoft's new console, Project Scarlett. Well, it's called Project Scarlett at this point.
A number of different codenames had been thrown around for the next Xbox — Scarlett, Lockhart, Anaconda — but it seems like we still don't have a final name for the machine.
In the video that aired during the press conference, which we'll add to this story as soon as it's posted to YouTube, talking heads spoke about what the next console from Microsoft looks to bring to the table. It's 4x more powerful than the Xbox One X, with 'resolutions and framerates that we've never seen before,' as one man said during the trailer. Isn't that lovely?
Project Scarlett is out Holiday 2020, and it launches with Halo Infinite, so we know that the next Halo is out Holiday 2020, too, I guess.