Xbox 20th Anniversary Digital Museum Lets You See Your Xbox Live Stats

Following a 20th Anniversary stream a few weeks ago, Microsoft has also launched a digital museum that allows players to take a look at their Xbox history in digital form. The interactive experience is available to view on browsers, which players can control using a mouse and keyboard.

Visitors are greeted with their Xbox history when they first log into the museum. Everything from Gamerscore, through to most played games, and rarest achievements are viewable in the museum. My museum is filled with Call Of Duty titles, which is a nice reminder of how popular the series was in the early 2010s.

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When players finish looking at their history, there’s a more focused museum that takes players through the life cycle of each console. You can see other players running around in the console-specific museum , although there’s no way to interact.

Microsoft mentions everything from it’s initial partnership with Netflix, through to the NXE dashboard update which launched in 2008. Surprisingly, the museum even mentions the Red Ring Of Death. An Xbox 360 manufacturing fault which resulted in Microsoft spending billions of dollars to repair faulty consoles. 

Microsoft also scattered some key Xbox items across the museum. There’s a huge replica of the Mark 2 Lancer Assault Rifle from Gears of War, PUBG’s frying pan and a giant Kinect, which was everyone’s favourite console, right? The experience is currently available here, and should work in most browsers. 

Microsoft also celebrated the 20th anniversary of Xbox last week with a special stream where it announced the surprise launch of Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer


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