Where to watch the Xbox 20th anniversary event livestream and what to expect

Not to make you feel old, but the Xbox is 20 years old today, and to celebrate, Microsoft is throwing a huge livestreamed anniversary event this evening.

Although no announcements have been confirmed yet, Microsoft has already begun releasing some birthday goodies, such as a translucent 20th anniversary Xbox controller based on the original console's design.

A number of Xbox 360 games have also received some surprise updates, leading people to speculate that a ton of remasters could be heading our way.

New Gamepass games are likely to make an appearance, but the biggest news of the day could be that the Halo: Infinite multiplayer mode is going to launch today.

Read on to find out more including where to watch the livestream and what to expect on the Halo front.

Where to watch the Xbox 20th anniversary event livestream

The Xbox 20th anniversary event live stream is taking place on Monday, November 15th at 6PM GMT, 1PM ET, and 10AM PT.

The stream will be hosted on Youtube, Twitch, and Facebook. Or, you can watch it below when the time comes:

Will Tuttle, the editor in chief of Xbox Wire, said: "We are excited to mark this milestone with you as we celebrate some of our favourite moments from the past 20 years of Xbox."

"It's been fun to reminiscence on all the memories we've shared with the Xbox community over the years are and are excited about what the next 20 years [has] in store as we continue to play."

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Is Halo: Infinite multiplayer going to be released today?

Rumour has it that the tech giant plans to drop a big Halo: Infinite multiplayer announcement, possibly even releasing it weeks ahead of schedule.

This is because, as a launch game for the original Xbox, it is also Halo's 20th birthday.

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Reliable Halo fan account and insider HaloDotAPI posted a cryptic tweet featuring artwork from Halo: Infinite's first multiplayer season, 'Heroes of Reach', along with a release date of November 15.

Preordered in-game content for Halo: Infinite has also been activated on certain players' accounts, leading people to believe that the release is imminent today.

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