- Mar 11, 2012
- Huntersville, NC
The Windows briefing was a thing today, and it yielded some interesting info about the upcoming integration between Windows and the Xbox platform.
More specifically, some interesting information about gaming!
At the Windows 10 briefing today, Microsoft announced that you’ll be able to stream Xbox One titles to a Windows 10 PC or tablet in your house. The company is working on making that a two-way street.
Speaking to a group following the event, Spencer says that Microsoft is exploring the possibility of bringing PC streaming to the Xbox One. This, in effect, could open the door to the type of streaming capabilities promised by the Steam Machines
Spencer went on to show footage of Forza Horizon running on a Surface Pro tablet, integrated in the Xbox One windows 10 app, synced with an Xbox One controller.
Sony has debuted many forms of streaming capability among its own platforms, including their own Playstation Now service for game streaming, and Vita streaming of Playstation 4 titles.
Now Microsoft has taken it a step further, with the possibilities of Windows 10 streaming becoming a two way street, and opening up the option to play your own PC library on your Xbox One console!