You can now pre-order several games announced at the Xbox E3 event

Microsoft's much-awaited Xbox One X - previously only known as Project Scorpio - was unveiled yesterday amid much fanfare at Xbox's E3 event. The company showed upwards of 40 games that will run on its Xbox One family of consoles, of which 22 were exclusives (timed or otherwise). While there is palpable excitement for the console and the titles shown at the event, being able to buy the device itself is going to be a while. The games are another story, though. Many games shown by team Xbox can be pre-ordered right now, including:

In case you missed the show or don't remember all the games announced at the event, here's a refresher from Xbox itself.

The console itself won't be available for preorder until "later this year", according to Aaron Greenberg. When the time comes, you shall be able to pre-order the Xbox One X from the Microsoft Store as well as from Amazon. If you're having trouble keeping up with the event, be sure to check our coverage of E3.

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