Microsoft’s E3 conference should be pretty eventful this year, according to new rumors from gaming website JeuxVideo: the Xbox team is reportedly unveiling its two next-generation consoles, the “Lockhart” (low-cost streaming machine sans disc tray) and “Anaconda” (powerful Scorpio successor), which will allegedly release in 2020 with 8-core Zen processors, custom Navi GPUs, and 1TB NVMe drives. Halo Infinite is also rumored to be a launch title. It looks like the Lockhart will offer native 1080p gaming, while the Anaconda will offer native 4K with its much more powerful GPU. The Lockhart specs seem suspiciously low, but obviously these are all subject to change anyway, being early leaks. Apparently the Anaconda will be similarly priced to the Xbox One X at launch, costing around $500. According to JeuxVideo’s sources, Halo Infinite will be a launch title when the machines release at the end of 2020, though the game will also be available on the Xbox One family of consoles.