"Microsoft, Gaming and Libations" is a live show hosted on Microsoft's streaming network, Mixer, featuring Jez Corden, Zac Bowden, Daniel Rubino and Matt Brown from Windows Central. This week, we'll be previewing upcoming co-op shooter "Deep Rock Galactic," ahead of its February 28 launch on Xbox One and Windows 10, via Xbox Game Preview. For those watching, we'll also have an assortment of ID@Xbox indie games to win!
Our MGL live streams take place every week on Thursdays, at 4 PM ET (1 PM PT, 9 PM GMT). You can find the start time based on your location and time zone in our event announcer.
Deep Rock Galactic is shaping up to be a promising exploration-based shooter experience, following a squad of dwarves into a dark cave network to mine valuable resources. Dropped in from space, a team of up to four players will need to descend into the depths, quickly grab minerals and escape alive. However, insect-like creatures are hidden throughout, meaning the success of your mission isn't guaranteed. For more information on Deep Rock Galactic, make sure to check out our full written preview.
- During giveaways, we use a raffle system to make sure we're giving keys to people who aren't AFK.
- You must be following the channel to be eligible. The raffle will ignore users who aren't following.
- We give out keys throughout or at the end of the stream.
For now, all you need to do is head to our Mixer channel at Mixer.com/windowscentral and follow! When the stream begins, jump in on the live chat.
We'll also field some questions from the audience, so, even if you already subscribe to the service, sign up for Mixer and come pester us about the Surface Phone! For those curious, we're aiming for a 90-minute air time, but honestly, we have no idea how long it will go. So grab a drink and join in on the fun to find out!
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