Here’s How You Can Track Down Your Xbox Memory Lane

To celebrate the franchise’s 20th anniversary, Xbox has launched its own virtual interactive museum. You can roam around and discover the history of Xbox consoles, including some infamous mistakes like the Xbox 360 red ring of death and others.

In the Xbox Museum, you’ll also see fellow Xbox players interacting with the digital exhibits, but best of all, there’s even a personal Xbox museum tailored to your own history. If you’ve ever owned an Xbox console, you can look back at what games you played first on certain consoles, the number of games you’ve played, and even when you first signed into Xbox Live.

You can explore a total of 132 moments in Xbox history in the metaverse museum and navigate around using WASD on a keyboard. Each moment has its own link, and you can even share your own anniversary museum section with others. Upon loading the site, museum visitors are greeted by a coffee table-based hub packed with different Xbox memorabilia that each takes you to an iconic aspect of Xbox’s 20-year-long history.

After logging into the site, you can find a range of information about your history personal history with Xbox in your own curated museum exhibit. The display itself includes a range of information about your time with Xbox, such as data on the different console generations that you’ve owned, your most played games with Microsoft, your achievements, and more.

You can head on over to the Xbox Museum by heading to this link.

Author: Alleef Ashaari

Aspiring writer. Born in Amsterdam, raised in Malaysia. Comics are my passion. A gamer and science fiction enthusiast. PSN: AlleefAshaari

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