If you are looking for where or how to watch the Xbox 20th anniversary event, you are in luck just read down to get the details. The Xbox platform has been on a long journey. From the OG Xbox’s humble beginnings as an unknown newcomer, to the revolutionary, cloud-first, Xbox Series X and Series S alongside its Netflix-style subscription service Xbox Game Pass.
Needless to say, Microsoft’s home consoles have come a long way since the release of the original Xbox back on Nov 15. 2001. The platform has enjoyed one of its most celebrated years yet, with games like Microsoft Flight Simulator, Psychonauts 2, and Forza Horizon 5 all launching to critical acclaim.
According to Windows 11, to celebrate its 20th-anniversary milestone, Microsoft is planning to host a Livestream, celebrating the Xbox’s 20th Anniversary.
“While we won’t announce any new games, this broadcast will be a special look back at all the memories we’ve shared with the Xbox community over the past two decades,” says Microsoft.
Xbox is a video gaming brand created and owned by Microsoft. The brand consists of five video game consoles, as well as applications (games), streaming services, an online service by the name of Xbox network, and the development arm by the name of Xbox Game Studios.
The Xbox One uses a Blu Ray disc drive, which means you can watch DVDs as well as Blu Ray movies with the system. You can control movies with either the XONE controller, Kinect voice, and gesture commands, or buy an optional media remote.
How to Watch the Xbox 20th Anniversary Event
According to The verge, while the event is designed as a celebration rather than a news event, that doesn’t mean there won’t be news.
Rumors suggest we may well see an early beta of Halo Infinite multiplayer to mark 20 years of Halo, and plenty of Xbox fans have spotted suspicious updates to existing original Xbox and Xbox 360 games. The event is expected to run for 30 minutes.
Time for the Xbox Anniversary Event
You can tune into the live stream, which starts at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET on Monday, November 15th. If you miss the Livestream, you’ll be able to catch a replay after the event wraps.