Inside Xbox is a monthly show which focuses on new games coming to Xbox One. Not only that, new bundles and announcements are also made during the event. Today, Microsoft announced that Inside Xbox is returning on Tuesday, March 12, at 5 PM EST. The hour-long episode will unveil "exciting news" about Halo: The Master Chief Collection and will also feature DayZ, One Piece: World Seeker, Xbox Game Pass, and much more.
As always, you can tune in live on Mixer, Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter to catch all the news and announcements. There's rumor floating around that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is getting a PC release soon, so the "exciting news" might be that. Then again, Halo: Reach still isn't part of the collection, so we may be thrown a curve ball. We'll just have to wait until next week.
In our review, we said, "In a time when first-person shooter (FPS) games often come with underdeveloped campaigns, this Halo's selection of four lengthy campaigns that tell a mostly coherent narrative... with full co-op support is just unparalleled. Throw in the incredible selection of multiplayer maps and game types and Halo: Master Chief Collection simply becomes the most complete FPS package on Xbox One – or any console."
What do you want to see from the Inside Xbox show? Do you expect new studio acquisitions? Let us know.
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