Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox has confirmed that his team are working on the development of Xbox One Scorpio.Twitter/Xbox

Fans and users of Xbox were eagerly waiting for Microsoft's E3 2016 media briefing as it was expected to have announcements from the company on the much anticipated Xbox One S.

Not only did Microsoft announce the new Xbox One S, it also revealed about the powerful Project Scorpio. The new hardware console revelation stands out among the rest of the announcements made at E3 2016.

Microsoft wants to let players play games on console, a computer, a mobile device and is readjusting its focus to build an ecosystem around video games for the future.

It announced some new video games, "Recore," "Halo Wars 2" and "Gears of War 4." It also announced new sequels for existing franchises, "State of Decay 2" and "Forza Horizon 3."

Here is a brief round-up from Microsoft's E3 2016 announcements:

Xbox One S: Microsoft confirmed Xbox One S is the slimmer version of Xbox One. It is 40 percent smaller than the original and has 2TB storage space costing $399.

It also features 4k Ultra HD video, High Dynamic Range, and a streamlined controller and would be available in August 2016.

Project Scorpio: It also confirmed the existence of Project Scorpio. It is a powerful console that will be able to run 4K-native games. It features six teraflops of performance. It would be able to use the peripherals, controllers with the other consoles and will share their gaming library. It was also hinted that this console might power VR games on Xbox. Apart from this not much was shared on its release date or how it would look.

"Gears of War 4:" The new game tasks players taking on the role of JD Fenix and his friends, Kait and Del, to terminate a new enemy who has attacked their village and taken villagers as prisoners.

This game, which is being developed by The Consortium, features Microsoft's Xbox Play Anywhere allowing users to play on Xbox One and PC.

The game will feature two-player co-op campaign via split-screen, over Xbox Live or LAN.

It also features Horde 3.0, where players will be able to team up with four others and battle waves of enemies. With each passing wave the difficulty level rises. Players can chose their combat class and deploy fortifications anywhere on the map.

It also features new weapons, close-cover combat moves. The game is expected to be released on Oct. 11, 2016.

There would also be custom Gears of War-themed Xbox Elite controller available during the launch.

"Sea of Thieves:" This game lets players sail as pirates, featuring innovative co-op gameplay letting them team up as pirate crew with shared goals and rewards. They can also choose to be the pirate of choice with their own goals and roles. Players will not only face obstacles from other players but also from mythical creatures. The game boasts of a distinctive art style and is part of the new Xbox Play Anywhere feature.

"Recore:" This is an action-adventure game that tasks players to forge friendship with friendly robots world and lead this band on adventure as they take on evil robots. The game is a "new masterpiece" from Keiji Inafune. Players will be playing as Joule. The game features dynamic weather

This game is also part of the Microsoft's new Xbox Play Anywhere feature.

"State of Decay 2:" This is a multiplayer zombie survival fantasy where players play as an entire community of individuals. The game lets players play as solo or they can team up with up to three of your friends. It features endless reply, which will allow new communities to carry over past successes.

This game is also part of the Microsoft's new Xbox Play Anywhere feature.

"Forza Horizon 3:" Microsoft announced a new sequel for "Forza Horizon 2." The game will let players "customize everything, hire and fire your friends, and explore Australia in over 350 of the world's greatest cars."

The new game promises thrilling driving gameplay with Danger Sign Jumps, Convoys, Drift Zones, and Showcase events. Apart from the 12-player online free roam and multiplayer racing, the game also features 4-player online co-op. This game is also part of the new Xbox Play Anywhere title.

"Halo Wars 2:" This new game in the "Halo" franchise promises players with epic campaign and intense multiplayer action. The game lets players take control of Captain Cutter. The game takes place after the events of "Halo 5: Guardians."

The game gives players the ability to craft new strategies, features a range of units, range of missions and modes.

Xbox Play Anywhere: The future video games from the company would be playable on PC (Windows 10) and Xbox One. A game that is bought for Xbox One would also be playable on PC too. Some of the first games that would follow this model would be "Recore," "Forza Horizon 4" and "Halo Wars 2."