Join Us for an ID@Xbox Play Session Next Week in SF

GDC is quickly approaching, and we have some ID@Xbox games to share during the event. As you may have seen, Chris Charla recently unveiled the latest wave of ID@Xbox developers and we’re excited about what these new updates will mean for gamers on Xbox One. So excited, in fact, that we’re inviting Xbox fans to come play them – next week!


This coming Tuesday, March 18th, we’re hosting the ID@Xbox Showcase in San Francisco to go hands-on with ID@Xbox titles for the first time.  Come enjoy the experience with refreshments, developer access, and new ID@Xbox games in a great lounge setting. Sound good? (Hint: it is)

Here’s what you need to know:

When: Tuesday, March 18th beginning at 7pm. Your session will last approximately one hour.

Where: Loft One San Francisco (530 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94107)

Note: The Loft isn’t a huge venue (we can fit approximately 50 fans in at a time), and this event is 1st come, 1st served. After one hour, we will clear the venue and allow a second group of about 50 fans in to play.

See you next week in San Francisco!


  • evilfangs .

    Such a shame we never get events like this in England or any other parts of Europe.


  • Liquidfx Xboxdude

    while waiting on my next game on titanfall i come here. lobbies are taking too long.


  • ilovegoogleglass



  • Lucky13X

    I was there in that photo but I am over off camera at the right. It was shot at the Austin Titanfall launch event pre-meetup.


    • lassenwolf

      Love Austin lived in Killeen Tx FT Hood Tx for 20 years but just came back to Cal. where I’m from


    • vertigoxcured

      man im dead center….awwwwwwwkward =(


  • lassenwolf

    wow im 35 minutes from SF and as big as SF is thats all your going to do and at 7 pm when the bay area has 500000 people trying to get home at one time and thats just from SF . Why not of done it at pier 39 for the whole world to see. I’ll be in Reno that week anyway.


  • Landsharkk

    I wish they could twitch stream this event. I’d really like to see those indie games!


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