Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2021 event, also known as the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase will be livestreamed with Hindi subtitles. According to a post by Xbox Senior Communications Manager Jeff Rubenstein, the 90-minute show will have subtitle support for 31 languages, Hindi included.
“We expect to have all languages available with the show’s live broadcast but it is possible that select languages may need to be added in the days following the broadcast if they have not finished translating,” reads the post.
How to Watch Xbox E3 2021 in Hindi
- Go to the official YouTube Xbox channel
- Go to the video, which should go up just before the event starts
- Click the gear icon in the lower right corner
- Select Subtitles/CC
- Choose Hindi
Xbox E3 2021 Event Time and Date
More info on how to watch the #XboxBethesda Games Showcase this Sunday. Note like last year, the show will stream live at 1080p/60fps, followed by a 4K/60fps version. It will be localized in 31 different languages, ASL & Audio Descriptions! 💚https://t.co/3ZCohwW1wm
— Aaron Greenberg 🙅🏼♂️💚U (@aarongreenberg) June 11, 2021
It will also be streamed the world over on channels like Bilibili in China, Jeuxvideo in France, and VK in Russia, OTT platforms including Samsung TV+, Xumo, PlutoTV and Vizio, and regional Xbox pages on Facebook and other platforms.
Although Microsoft is far from the market leader in countries like India, it’s heartening to see the company make its announcements a whole lot more accessible. Perhaps the initial success it’s seen with the Xbox Series S and Series X in the country have resulted in steps like this.
“We’ve seen overwhelming demand from our fans for our new Xbox consoles,” a spokesperson for Microsoft India told us over email. “The Indian gaming audience is one of the world’s biggest gaming markets and remains a key growth area for the Xbox business. The interest and enthusiasm we are seeing from fans locally is a testament to the growth of gaming in the Indian region and the appetite for newer, different, world-class experiences.”
While Microsoft doesn’t break out sales figures it did give us an indication of how well the Xbox Series X and S have done in India.
“We’re pleased to share that the launch of Xbox Series X and Series S was the most successful in our history,” said a spokesperson from the company of its India launch.