Xbox is a massive platform in the video game industry, and it’s about to hit two decades since its original platform release. To help celebrate the significant milestone, Xbox will be holding a digital broadcast on November 15, 2021. That’s next month and on the date of which the original Xbox launched into the marketplace. While we don’t know what the broadcast will entail, it shouldn’t be anything notable in terms of new video game announcements.
Microsoft won’t be unveiling anything new. However, they did make mention that there will be some Halo involved. As a result, Halo Infinite will likely be showcased quite a bit. After all, the video game will be available in the marketplace on December 8, 2021. I’m sure that any significant event Microsoft will hold is likely guaranteed to feature Halo to further hype up its launch. Regardless, those who are not fans of Halo will probably still find some enjoyment from this broadcast.
We might get a look back at the console lineup from the days of the original Xbox, the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and where the company has taken the Xbox brand. However, it’s no longer just about console platforms. While we have both the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S, Microsoft has been moving to create an ecosystem. Included in the mix are cloud gaming and the Game Pass subscription service.
For now, this stream will be taking place on November 15, 2021, at 10 AM PT. Viewers can tune into Microsoft’s various social media accounts to catch the stream live. Including the likes of Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube. In the meantime, we’ll have to speculate as to what Microsoft may finally unveil for the Xbox brand.