As part of Microsoft’s celebrations surrounding the 20th anniversary of Xbox, the company has launched its own interactive museum. The online space features a number of information-filled exhibits and even one about you, and your Gamertag’s history.

Launched by Microsoft on the Xbox website, the virtual treasure trove comes with a number of nifty features that you can use to brush up on your Xbox facts, relive moments of nostalgia from throughout various generations of the console’s history, or find out more about your own journey with Xbox.

Upon loading the site, museum visitors are greeted by a coffee table-based hub packed with different Xbox memorabilia that each takes you to an iconic aspect of Xbox’s twenty-year-long history. Via interactive links, users can move around and explore various areas set up to celebrate the studio’s key console generations as well as an exhibit on the Halo franchise, and another on you as an Xbox player.

After logging into the site, you can find a range of information about your history personal history with Xbox displayed elegantly through your own curated museum exhibit. The display itself includes a range of information about your time with Xbox, such as data on the different console generations that you’ve owned, information about your most played games with Microsoft, your achievement history across that time, and more.

The launch of the Xbox museum features as just another way that Microsoft has been celebrating its trademark console series this year. Earlier in the year, Microsoft announced that it would be partnering with Adidas to create its own Xbox-inspired anniversary sneakers while further celebrations have also included the addition of over seventy games to the studio’s backward compatibility service, an anniversary livestream, and insights into the birth of Xbox Game Pass.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.


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