Xbox 20th Anniversary Live: When, where, and how to watch

Can you believe that Xbox is 20 years old? If you are a person, you can drink it legally in most parts of Europe (you can do the same thing in the United States, slightly illegal). If it wants to, Xbox can drive, get unwise Gears of War tattoos and even vote.

But Microsoft did not choose to host a live broadcast, the focus is to celebrate everything about Xbox. Although the company said it will not release new game announcements at the show, it still urges all of us to watch, so expect many surprises. To help you pass the time before the celebration, we’ve collected all the information you need to know about today’s event below.

First of all, the times: later today, November 15, Microsoft is hosting a live broadcast to celebrate these two landmark anniversaries in a stylish way.The live broadcast starts at 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time / 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time / 6 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time, And should be set to last about 30 minutes.

The event will be streamed to Xbox’s YouTube, Facebook, with twitch channel.You can sign up Xbox Fan Festival If you want, you can also win some free gifts during the show. We have also embedded a video at the top of this article, so if you don’t want to click anywhere else, you can watch all the actions expanded here.

As far as expectations are concerned, there are some things that need to be anticipated. First of all, before the Xbox 20th anniversary, a large number of Xbox 360 games received mysterious updates, which led many people to believe that we can get enhanced game backward compatibility.

The updated game list includes: Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas, The Elder Scrolls IV: Annihilation, Fable Anniversary, Fable 3, Dead Space, Dead Space 3, Origin of Dragon Age and Dragon Age 2.

Next, there are some continuing rumors about the Halo Infinite multiplayer game being broadcast live for everyone to play: Halo Infinite’s official store page contains a reference to the “PreOrderReleaseDate” weekend tag on November 15th, and both Tom Henderson with Jeff Grubb It has been suggested on social media that something related to Halo may appear in the show.

However, if you are looking forward to any new games, you are out of luck. Microsoft made it clear that there will be no new announcements later today.

Microsoft explained: “Although we will not announce any new games, this broadcast will specifically review all the memories we have shared with the Xbox community over the past two decades.” Hush. However, at least there are many other aspects worth looking forward to.

You can also read how the Xbox announcement made our own Tom Orry the most important figure in the gaming media, in those halycon eras 20 years ago, if you wish.