One of the most interesting events at E3 2019 was the presentation of the new generation Xbox console. Project Scarlett impresses with its power and integrated ability to stream games. In addition, the portal Games Radar behind closed doors event found another interesting detail: the console will support backward compatibility with previous generations of Xbox.
In the list of supported devices for backward compatibility — all past generations from the first Xbox to Xbox One. Information to journalists GamesRadar confirmed the General Manager of Xbox Live Daniel McCulloch:
All existing games will be backwards compatible with Xbox Project Scarlett and will look better on Scarlett.
This means that on the release of the console in 2020, it will already have a solid library of games — consider four generations for the price of one. Read more about Scarlett and Microsoft conference.