Microsoft Gave Surprise Xbox Anniversary Gift Boxes To Random Fans

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As part of Xbox's ongoing 20th anniversary celebrations, Microsoft sent out surprise gift boxes to randomly selected Xbox fanfest players.

Called the Keepsake Kit, the gift came with a 20 Years of Xbox crystal--a hefty glass block engraved with the recipient's gamertag--as well as a Halo Infinite Limited Edition controller and a year-long subscription to Xbox Gamepass Ultimate.

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A note accompanied the package and read, "As thank you for being a part of the 20 years of Xbox, we're gifting you this FanFest 20 Years of Xbox Keepsake Kit. This is a limited-edition kit, created for randomly selected Xbox FanFest fans to commemorate our journey from past, present, and future as an Xbox community."

Microsoft has already held quite a few events to celebrate its gaming console, like November's 20th anniversary Xbox celebration livestream and an interactive, browser-based Xbox museum. In the anniversary livestream, Microsoft announced that Halo Infinite's free multiplayer mode would release ahead of game's single-player mode and introduced a new list of over 70 Xbox games slated for backwards compatibility.

On December 13, Microsoft will also release a six-part documentary titled Power On: The Story of Xbox, available on YouTube and other platforms.

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