Microsoft's latest platform for fan engagement, Inside Xbox, debuts on March 10

Microsoft today announced the imminent arrival of a new live broadcast called Inside Xbox. This program will provide information on all things Xbox and peek behind the scenes at how the team behind the console creates the magic. Larry Hyrb, Graeme Boyd, Jeff Rubenstein, Alex Hebert, and Lydia Ellery and others will host the show.

Fans are core to the Xbox experience, as evidenced by the Insiders Program. Inside Xbox is billed as a logical progression to Microsoft’s continuous effort to engage with the community. In addition to providing a glimpse of aspects they would not ordinarily see, Inside Xbox will offer an opportunity to connect with the team and have a healthy debate about how you think it should be done.

If you want to join in on the discussion, simply use #insidexbox on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. A key part of the show is the community desk, crewed by Rukari Austin and Alex Hebert. They may highlight your content or commentary during their discussions.

You should be sure to check that your Mixer account is ready to go and connected with your Microsoft Account, as there will be a “free stuff chest” with prizes and giveaways for those that join the fun.

The first episode will include Sea of Thieves developer Rare to talk core design principles, Closed Beta results, and launch expectations. Xbox Game Pass news will be revealed and new console features will be teased. Microsoft Studios Executive Producer Nico Bihary will join to discuss Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, explore the genesis of Far Cry 5’s most controversial character, and more.

Inside Xbox will be streamed in 4K/UHD and will debut on March 10th at 12:00 PM PST. It will be available at:

Microsoft hopes that Inside Xbox will energize fans about what is happening, what is upcoming, and provide a new forum for fan voices to be heard.

Source: Xbox Wire via mobilesyrup

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