Xbox Fanfest
The Xbox FanFest 2016 will be happening in Sydney, Australia. Xbox Wire

Microsoft has a lot in store for Xbox One fans this September. From an Xbox FanFest event to new backward compatible titles, there’s something to see and do for each and every fan.

Those in Australia can look forward to the Xbox FanFest Sydney 2016 edition. Xbox FanFest is hitting the road, with 250 lucky fans slated to be part of the experience in Sydney, Australia from Sept. 27 to 29.

Announced over the Xbox Wire, each FanFest ticket entails the following bonuses:

  • A special “Forza Horizon 3” launch event at Sydney Dragway, on Sept. 27
  • A secret Wednesday late afternoon activity for “Gears of War 4”
  • Exclusive early access to the Xbox booth at EB Games Expo on Sept. 29 for a more intimate time at the Xbox Booth
  • Fan swag with Xbox fan shirts and more goodies
  • Meet and greet event with some of the industry’s top developers

To get a ticket, fans will have to be at the Microsoft Store on Sept. 27. It will be a first come, first served basis for the distribution. Those who want to be part of the event should be at least over 18 years old, so best to bring a valid government-issued ID with picture.

Apart from the new event, Xbox One fans can also expect two new additions to their Xbox One experience. The first is the new update rolling out to Preview program members.

According to GameSpot, there will be three social-centric features coming to the Xbox One. These are the Clubs, Looking for Group features, and the Arena tournament platform online. Basically, Clubs will allow player to search or create their own. The Looking for Groups function will allow players to look for fellow players to join them in specific activities in a game.

Finally, Major Nelson has announced three more titles joining the fray of backward compatible list of games. Over his Twitter account, Major Nelson confirmed that “Bejeweled 3,” “Deathspank T.O.V.” and “Gatling Gears” are already available on the Xbox One.

These games are the first for September. In August alone, there were 10 titles that became backward compatible on the Xbox One. The full list of all backward compatible titles to date can be seen in the link here.