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Xbox Launches Rad 20th Anniversary Website That Shows Your Entire Play History

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Xbox Launches Rad 20th Anniversary Website That Shows Your Entire Play History

Xbox is now 20 years old. Congratulations Microsoft on making one the best brands out there for gaming. And though it feels like we should be thanking Xbox for all those fond memories, it actually has a gift for us instead. An entire digital museum and it’s actually pretty rad if you want to look around. 


That’s right, a digital museum exploring the last 20 years of the brand is online right now and you can explore it. It’s actually strangely brilliant for something you can just get on your browser like this. It’s sort of stunning. And the museum gives you the ability to see your own history, the history of the Xbox consoles and a little insight into its flagship game too. 

Speaking of Halo, we’re already hyped by the release of the multiplayer mode of Halo Infinite...



The experience starts at the home screen, showing you all the different consoles in the company’s past. Of course, you’ll know that starts with the original Xbox. Complete with old TV showing original conferences and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, it shows a clear timeline of the beginning of the Xbox empire. 

Of course, then we move through the 360 era, the Xbox One era, and then into the Series X and S consoles too. Additionally, you can explore Halo specifically, as who are we kidding, it’s Xbox’s crown jewel series. 

At the end, you can look at your own history too. As long as you have an Xbox account with enough games you’ve played to activate the area, you can have a look at what games you’ve spent the most time in, your gamerscore and more. 


If you want to explore this beautiful little experience, you can do so via this link to the website.

Featured Image Credit: Xbox

Topics: Xbox, Microsoft, Halo

Imogen Mellor
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