Streaming PC games on the Xbox One is in the works and will be the next step for Microsoft.
Today Windows 10 was finally launched. For weeks Microsoft has been making announcements on how the new Windows will work in different ways with additional Microsoft devices.
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Last week Microsoft announced the Xbox One games can be streamed on the Windows 10 PC. If users have an Xbox and a Windows 10 PC or tablet, they can play the Xbox games on the Microsoft devices.
According to an interview with The Verge, Phil Spencer the Head of Xbox gave they are also working on the next step in the Xbox and PC gaming connection. Already work on streaming Windows 10 PC games on the X box have started.
For the venture to work the keyboard and the mouse of the PC needs to work as efficiently as the controls on an Xbox. The idea is exactly what Xbox aims to achieve in terms of its scope.
A challenge the Xbox to PC games connection faced was the management of the amount of bandwidth streaming. However for streaming games from Xbox to Pc it could prove to be much easier.
Spencer shared they already know the amount of bandwidth going one way so it won’t be a challenge for them anymore if they try to traffic games from Xbox to PC.
What could prove to be challenging is the encoding which is take place on the PC, but Spencer stated the people at Xbox are ready for the challenge and a little bit of challenge is good.
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No release date for the Xbox to Windows 10 PC games venture has been confirmed as of yet, however Microsoft has confirmed they are working on it.