Microsoft celebrates the launch of the Xbox Series X with live gameplay and charity drive

Both the Xbox Series X and Series S will be available on November 10th, and Microsoft is planning a programming day to celebrate. Depending on whether you have secured a pre-order, it will help you get more excited or offend you.

The event is November 10 11:00 am (Pacific Standard Time) / 2:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time), And on the official Xbox YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook Gaming channels. During the day there are Xbox Let’s Play streams, charity drives, and global “launch highlights”, Absent It will be a bunch of new game announcements. According to the head of Xbox Phil Spencer, the company wants to focus on players who enjoy their favorite games, rather than looking to the future.

“This will be a moment of play, not a press release, as next-generation consoles will begin to fall into the hands of players around the world,” Spencer said. Instead of a big announcement, playing games together marks the beginning of a new era. We look forward to your participation, enjoying this moment.

Series X and Pre-Order S are sold out almost everywhere, but you can also buy the system directly on the launch date. Best Buy will also restock the system on Black Friday for online orders.

The Xbox Series X won’t launch in too many huge first-party games, with the exception of Gears Tactics. Halo Infinite has recently lost its second director as it was postponed to an undecided date in 2021 and 343 Industries is trying to offer a very ambitious game.

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