Microsoft celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Xbox
Microsoft celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Xbox

This week, Microsoft celebrated the 20th anniversary of the launch of Xbox and added 76 new games to the platform's backward compatibility library.

It also launched Xbox Series X with a Halo Infinite theme and a transparent console to celebrate the 20th anniversary. However, depending on the company's custom, there are many unexpected spots on the ad.

The new device launched this week features the best Xbox Series X consoles and consoles, especially the more transparent ones.

All these new devices also have hidden secrets. For example, Reddit users found that the Xbox Series X with the Halo Infinite theme hides the Zeta Halo icon in the foreground.

You have to illuminate the platform with black or ultraviolet light to see the little icons. But this code is a limited edition platformer designed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Halo: Combat Evolved and the original Xbox in 2001.

If you bought a Halo Infinite-style console for your 20th anniversary and blew out the packaging with the console, you'd see the classic Duke console that came with the original 2001 Xbox.

If you can get a Halo-themed Xbox Elite 2 controller, Microsoft has added a special code.

This code will allow you to add magic to your weapon in Halo Infinite. It fits perfectly in the multiplayer mode of Halo Infinite that was launched earlier this week.

Xbox has a lot of unexpected things

In multiplayer mode, the micro-controller is attached to your weapon and moves when you are busy throwing grenades and using the activate button.

If you buy a NERF version of the MA40 or Bulldog SG, they also make some simple decorations for your rifles. There are also unique weapon skins in Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode.

There are only a few weeks left until the official arrival of Halo Infinite. Although the current beta version of Halo Infinite multiplayer is rolling out to everyone. The full Halo Infinite and Multiplayer campaign will begin on December 6th, early next month. For PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.

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