Several Xbox 360 titles have received updates before the Xbox 20th Anniversary livestream. Additionally, the Halo Infinite store page surprisingly suggests an early version of multiplayer.
When can you watch the live broadcast of the event?
The event will be broadcast on November 15 at 7:00 pm German time. On Tuesday, the company described its broadcast as follows: “We invite you to join us in celebrating the 20th anniversary of Xbox and Halo on November 15 with an entertaining digital broadcast for audiences around the world.”
“While we won’t be announcing any new games, the anniversary broadcast will be a special look at 20 Years of Xbox. We’ll be sharing more details soon, so stay tuned.”
Make the talk out of the old
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Dead Space, Dead Space 3, Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas, Fable 3, Fable Anniversary, Dragon Age Origins, and Dragon Age 2 recently received a mysterious update. The content of this patch is still unknown (thanks, VGC).
Now there is speculation that an upcoming Christmas event may surprise Xbox gamers with backwards compatibility. After all, the event is meant to look back at 20 years of Xbox – and what better way to remember than to bring it back to life?
Mr. Chief could be here sooner than expected
In addition, Microsoft may surprise all Halo fans tomorrow with an earlier version of the upcoming title. The dates are found in the source code of the game’s official store page which indicates exactly that.
Xbox Store data for Halo Infinite multiplayer? pic.twitter.com/HYxtEfco8M
Adam Fairclough (EvilBoris) November 12, 2021
Twitter user Adam Fairclough discovered on Friday that the date November 15, 2021, along with the time of the Christmas stream, was often used on the store’s page. As can be seen in the source code above, this data is related to the PreOrderReleaseDate.
Shortly after this date was posted on the website, Microsoft changed the date to the official release date of December 8, 2021.