The March episode of Inside Xbox was just released and there were some pretty big announcements including new games on the Xbox Game Pass, news about Halo: The Master Chief Collection, plans for E3 2019, and more! A recap of the episode is available on the Xbox YouTube channel, but you can also read the highlights here:
Minecraft is Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass
Beginning April 4, Xbox Game Pass members can join the Minecraft community of millions of players from around the world. Discover limitless ways to play and create anything you can imagine. Plus, with Minecraft‘s free content updates, you’ll always find new environments to explore, tools to create, and mobs to meet. Last summer, the Update Aquatic filled Minecraft´s oceans with dolphins, turtles and more, and the upcoming Village & Pillage update will expand the game even further later this spring. With over 100 great games, including Minecraft, there’s never been a better time to be an Xbox Game Pass member and discover your next favorite game. If you haven’t tried Xbox Game Pass, join today and get your first month for $1.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is Coming to PC and Adding Halo: Reach
On today’s show, the crew was joined by Brian Jarrard from 343 Industries, who shared a couple of pieces of exciting news. First, they announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is officially coming to PC! Built specifically for the PC audience, players will be able to experience generation-defining campaigns and iconic multiplayer modes, many for the first time, on Microsoft Store and Steam. On PC, titles within Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be released individually over time to ensure that they are partnering with the community and investing the time into development to create a premier PC experience. They also announced that Halo: Reach is coming to Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One and PC! Players will be able to experience this legendary title in stunning 4K/60fps!
Are You Ready for E3 2019?
At Xbox, planning for E3 2019 has kicked into high gear and we couldn’t be more excited for what they have in store for fans. Bonnie Ross head of 343i, recently confirmed we’ll learn more about Halo Infinite at the show. The Xbox community team is hard at work getting ready for the return of Xbox FanFest. In collaboration with AEG and L.A. Live, Microsoft Square will soon be renamed Xbox Plaza and will be a big part of what the team have in store for E3 in June.