Xbox Anniversary Celebration Includes Freebies To ALL Its Users Around The World

Xbox has reached a milestone for being in the console and gaming industry for 15 years. For the Xbox anniversary celebration, the company, along with some of its game partners, are extending some goodwill by giving some freebies to its users all over the world.

Along with Xbox to celebrate their 15 years are the Forza and Halo franchises. Forza will give all the Forza players around the world a free gift: a 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor complete with a custom livery. Those who have a Forza 3 VIP membership will get an additional free truck equipped with custom Xbox anniversary livery.

Forza is also creating two Rival events for the Xbox anniversary celebration, one each for Forza Motorsport 6 and Forza Horizon 3. In addition to this, Forza Horizon 3 will also feature a Bucket List Challenge which can be found at the Pink Lakes Bucket List point. The title will be "Celebrate #15YearsofXbox"

Halo players, on the other hand, have their own treat as well. Halo fans are instructed to log in to Halo 5: Guardians starting November 15, 10 AM PT until November 22, 10 AM PT. During that time, players will receive a free 15th Anniversary REQ Pack which has items players can use in Warzone game modes. In addition to that, they will also get a legendary Mark IV Gen 1 armor set which was used by Spartan II warriors during the Covenant Wars.

Aside from these, Xbox is also inviting their fans and players to take part in spreading the fun and celebration on social media by tweeting or posting their favorite gaming memories with the hashtag #15YearsofXbox.

In line with the Xbox anniversary celebration, they also released some amazing stats. Some of those include the information that Xbox users have consumed a total of more than 100 billion gaming hours for the last 15 years, more than 4 billion friendships made through Xbox Live, and more than 32 billion of achievements unlocked.

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