How to watch Inside Xbox April 7: What to expect, start time, stream - Dexerto

How to watch Inside Xbox April 7: What to expect, start time, stream

Published: 7/Apr/2020 3:58

by Andrew Amos


Xbox is hosting its first Inside Xbox presentation for 2020 on April 7, with a focus on the Game Pass, as well as first-party titles like Gears Tactics and Sea of Thieves

With hype building around the next generation of consoles, Xbox are teasing fans with their first Inside Xbox presentation for 2020. These streams often give players a look into exciting content coming later in the year, from games to new hardware.

So, after a few months of waiting, there’s plenty of catching up to do in this upcoming Xbox presentation. We’ve got everything you need to know about catching the presentation, and what you should expect from it.

What should we expect from Inside Xbox on April 7?

Will Tuttle, the Editor-in-Chief of Xbox Wire, said the first Inside Xbox for 2020 will take a look at some of the platform’s biggest titles. Changes are on the way for Gears Tactics and Sea of Thieves, while the Xbox Game Pass will also be given some air time.

After that, players get a first look at Obsidian-developed survival game Grounded. A gameplay demo and live chat with the developers behind the title will be aired directly after the 40 minute update.

However, no new information for the upcoming Xbox Series X release will be made available. Instead, developers will touch on the “recently revealed technical specifications and what they mean for gamers.”

Inside Xbox April 7 stream

The Inside Xbox presentation will be aired on Mixer. You won’t need a Mixer account to watch the stream, but you’ll need it to submit questions for the Grounded Q&A session.

For your convenience, we’ve embedded the stream below:

When does the Inside Xbox April 7 stream begin?

The first episode of Inside Xbox 2020 will take place, funnily enough, on April 7. The stream will kick off at 2pm PT. If you don’t live on the west coast of America, we’ve done the time conversions for you:

  • ET: 5pm April 7
  • GMT: 9pm April 7
  • AEST: 7am April 8

The Grounded game demonstration will kick off at 2:40pm PT, 40 minutes after the start of the stream.


GTA 6 photos “leaked” in Grand Theft Auto 5 debunked

Published: 25/Oct/2020 17:32

by Michael Gwilliam


Grand Theft Auto fans eager for some news about GTA 6, should be aware that photos found in the back of a strip club in GTA V aren’t in fact connected to “leaked” Vice City maps for the next game.

As Dexerto previously reported, a map leak from 2018 supposedly showing off Vice City as the GTA 6 location spread like wildfire after a very similar version of the map surfaced giving new life to the older photos.

In an attempt to make sense of the leaks, which became more legitimate retroactively with some suggesting the original leaker worked for Take-Two Interactive, fans began to comb through GTA V for hints.

In their search, they stumbled across some tropical beach photos in the back of a strip club. Judging by the photos, some believed that they could be connected to some of the islands on the leaked maps.

Potential hint to the "leaked" map in the GTA 5 strip club? from GTA6

Rockstar has been known to tease its upcoming games within existing projects, so some truly believed that the strip club’s postcards could be connected to the next Grand Theft Auto entry, however, new information has come to light debunking that theory.

As Redditor henriquedematos explained, the picture of a cliff near the ocean with a boat in the distance is a stock photograph and not built specifically for GTA.

Meanwhile, the second photo of a beach seems to be a 3D Studio Max render, completely ending any debate on whether or not the images are from GTA 6.

GTA 6 map leak
Rockstar Games
Could this leak be related to GTA 6?

That said, it is still possible that these photos were chosen because they would fit well as a tease for GTA 6 – assuming the prior map leaks are in fact accurate.

So far, those map leaks have not been officially deconfirmed, so at least fans of GTA can still hold onto those as some evidence. However, it’s safe to say the strip club postcards have been ruled out.