It’s quite shocking to see the undeniable fact that the Xbox is turning 20 today. 20 years is a long time.
Twenty years ago the internet was a very different place. There were no social media to talk about, and there were only a handful of good video game sites.
the Xbox 20th anniversary event
Microsoft is hosting a special Xbox Anniversary Event today to celebrate 20 years since the release of the original Xbox alongside Halo: Combat Evolved. “While we haven’t announced any new games, this release will be a special throwback to all the memories we’ve shared with the Xbox community over the past two decades,” Microsoft said.
While the event is planned as a celebration rather than a topical event, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any news. Rumors suggest we may see a multiplayer beta of Halo Infinite to commemorate 20 years of Halo, and many Xbox fans have detected suspicious updates to existing original Xbox and Xbox 360 games.
We expect the event to last approximately 30 minutes in total.
WHAT TIME IS THE XBOX 20TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT?
You can tune in to the live stream, which begins at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET on Monday, November 15. If you miss the live broadcast, you can watch a replay after the event ends.
WHERE CAN I SEE THE XBOX 20TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT?
THE XBOX 20TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT NEWS
In addition to celebrating 20 years of Xbox, the stream is set to look into the future of Team Green, and we can get some ideas on what to expect. We’ll likely get an update on Xbox’s plans for the future of its Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service, we’re also waiting for an update (and maybe even a campaign reveal) for the next Halo Infinite.
Additionally, Pablo Schreiber, who plays Master Chief in the upcoming Halo TV show, said that “something very exciting” was happening today, so we figured we might see the TV show for the first time, And so on. time even a firm release date.
We also know that Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is confirmed to make an appearance on the show, which is a fitting celebrity guest since The Rock was on the first Xbox console reveal in 2001.