Microsoft will host a livestream on November 10th to celebrate the release of the Xbox Series X and Series S.You can catch it on Twitch, YouTube and Facebook Gaming.
With the release of the Xbox Series X and Series S quickly approaching, Microsoft has detailed how it plans to celebrate November 10. Thankfully, you won’t have to leave the house to take part — it’s 2020, after all.
The company asks fans to join it for a special livestream that will have a focus on let’s play segments featuring creators and some of the people who worked on the Xbox Series X and Series S launch lineup. There will also be a charity component to the proceedings, with Microsoft saying it plans to raise money for a variety of causes.
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“On November 10, we invite you, players of all identities and backgrounds, console generations and devices, skill sets and tastes, to celebrate, connect, and play together,” said Xbox chief Phil Spencer. “Instead of big announcements, we will mark the beginning of a new era by gaming alongside one another. We will take this moment to have some fun and look forward to having you join us.”
The stream will kick off on November 10 at 2PM ET on YouTube, Twitch and Facebook Gaming.