Microsoft has announced that its next Xbox Live Sessions broadcast will feature Ronda Rousey. The mixed martial arts fighter will dive into some Assassin's Creed Origins on Xbox One X while taking questions from fans.
The session will air on the Xbox Mixer channel starting at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET on Thursday, October 26 (find your local time here). Fans will be able to submit questions while Rousey plays, and, just like previous sessions, Microsoft will be giving out some prizes. This will also be a good chance to get some eyes-on time with Assassin's Creed Origins ahead of its October 27 launch.
Microsoft kicked off Xbox Live Sessions in August as a new show on Mixer. The first episode featured DJ Khaled, but we've since seen other celebrities like Marlon Wayans and James Corden join in. The latest session featured The Walking Dead's Chandler Riggs playing some Evil Within 2. Microsoft says it plans to continue the sessions with even more athletes, actors, musicians, and artists in the months to come.
If you'd rather jump into Assassin's Creed Origins for yourself, the game is up for preorder now starting at $59.99.
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