Xbox Tokyo Game Show 2022: How to Watch Microsoft's Stream

Xbox Tokyo Game Show 2022: How to Watch Microsoft’s Stream

It’s safe to say 2022 has been a solid year for gamers when it comes to exciting events and conventions, from Gamescom to Summer Game Fest and everything in-between from Summer of Gaming. If you haven’t heard yet, event “season” is still not over— Tokyo Game Show is back, baby!

As part of this major gaming event, Xbox will be carrying its own livestream. Although we’ve seen so much already from Microsoft this year, including the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase (and Extended Showcase) back in June, with a breakdown of Starfall, a long look at Forza Motorsport, and extended Redfall gameplay; we can’t wait to see what’s coming next.

When is the Xbox TGS Stream?

The Xbox Stream at Tokyo Game Show takes place Thursday, September 15th, at 2:00am PDT. If you’re in the US and can’t tune in that early, (we get it!) you can catch an archived version of the stream(s) right here on and on IGN’s YouTube. But, if you’d like to tune in, Xbox kicks off a big day of gaming announcements tomorrow followed by Capcom, which are both streamed right here on IGN. After Xbox and Capcom, there will be more streams to watch on TGS official platforms. See below for the list of all events on this day, including Xbox.


  • (Streaming here on Xbox Stream TGS 2022 | 2:00am – 2:50am PDT (9 am UTC / 6 pm JST)
  • (Streaming here) Archosaur Games | 3:00am – 3:50am PDT
  • (Streaming here) GREE | 4:00am PDT
  • (Streaming here) Bandai Namco Entertainment: ONE PIECE ODYSSEY | 6:00am – 6:50am PDT
  • (Streaming here on Capcom News | 7:00am PDT
  • How to Watch Xbox at Tokyo Game Show 2022

    Here are all the places you can watch Microsoft’s livestreams with us:

    What is the Tokyo Game Show?

    Tokyo Game Show (東京ゲームショウ) is one of the world’s largest gaming events, first held in 1996! Known for sharing celebrations and announcements from companies and exhibitors including Xbox, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Capcom, Konami, miHoYo, Bandai Namco, and much more, see what was announced from 2021’s Tokyo Game Show to get a better idea of what the show is all about.

    This year, TGS is back in-person with a large exhibitor list and several online streams you can watch showroom announcements, interviews and much more from. “Nothing Stops Gaming” is the theme this year, representing gaming’s “transformative power to bring joy and foster community” despite the past few years’ challenges.

    For those lucky enough to be there in-person, you can expect booth “corner” areas for the following:

  • Smartphone Games
  • VR/AR
  • e-Sports
  • Game School
  • Indie Games and Indie Game “Selected Exhibit”
  • New Stars Area (Asia/Eastern Europe/Latin)
  • Xbox Highlights from TGS 2021

    “With appearances from Forza Horizon 5, Bethesda’s Todd Howard with Starfield, a showcase of Japanese Minecraft creators, a fireside chat with Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, and Shinji Mikami, Head of Tango Gameworks, and a variety of third-party updates including Sarah Bond, Head of Creator Experience and Ecosystem unveiling Bandai Namco Entertainment’s SCARLET NEXUS available to play now with Xbox Game Pass globally, the Tokyo Game Show 2021 Xbox Stream had something for everyone.” Via

    Xbox TGS 2021 Livestream:

    All Announcements from Xbox’s Stream in 2021:

    The showcase revealed even more updates from:

  • Eiyuden Chronicles
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Re:Legend
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