New [email protected] Event Announced for Indies in Partnership with Twitch Gaming


Xbox has been blowing the lid out of the water with a flurry of announcements of late. The Zenimax Media acquisition has made the headlines ever since it became official. It is a nice change of stance from the vision of “no exclusives” that was put forward a few months back. Add the enhancements for the new Bethesda titles to that, and you’ve got yourself a bunch of Xbox announcements to get excited about! Xbox is in the news again – this time for the announcement of a new event exclusively for the announcement of indies.

The event will see announcements for quite a few indie titles including the likes of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2Second ExtinctionThe AscentThe Wild at HeartVoidtrainExo One and many more. For the full list of games make sure to check out the official Xbox blog.

The event will include official announcements, new gameplay trailers and more (possibly even including community interaction!). The event will also include an official showcase for the games from fan-favourite Twitch streamers including interviews with developers and take questions from fans. There will be key drops as well, for those really interested to get their hands on the games!

The showcase will happen in conjunction with Twitch Gaming and can be viewed online on the Twitch Gaming or Xbox channels on Twitch. The event is scheduled to take place on March 26 at 9 AM PDT.

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