Watch the full Microsoft GDC event here

gdc 2015Microsoft had a big showing at this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco as they talked about the future of gaming on Windows 10 and Xbox One. During the event, Microsoft announced a new cross-buy system which lets gamers purchase a game once and have the ability to play it across all of the Windows devices. In addition, they talked about the significant impact DirectX 12 will play for Xbox One and PC gaming along with many more intriguing features.

For those of you interested in watching the full Microsoft conference, it’s now available in its full 48-minute glory for you to watch at your leisure. With all of the Windows 10 related features announced, it’s definitely an event worth watching for gamers.

Here’s the full video below

Source: MSDN

Microsoft to dive deeper on gaming between Xbox One and Windows 10 PC's on March 4 at GDC 2015

xbox gdc15During the Windows 10 event last month, Microsoft showed off how gaming across the PC and Xbox One will work and demonstrated cross-platform play between the two with the upcoming Fable game.  This gave us a vision which to go by, but it raised many questions that still remain unanswered as this new capability has left the gaming world intrigued.

This year’s Game Developers Conference is taking place in San Francisco from March 2-6th. During the event on March 4th, head of Xbox Phil Spencer will dive deeper into this topic of cross-platform gaming between the Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.

“At GDC 2015, Xbox will share new tools and roadmaps with developers for creating games on Windows 10 devices. On March 4th at 11:00 PT, Spencer will host a presentation about developing games across the Microsoft ecosystem – from Windows 10 PCs, to Xbox One consoles. As the session will be open to GDC attendees only and seating is limited, it will be made available later that day on Xbox Live, YouTube, Channel 9, and here on Xbox Wire.”

This event will not be live streamed, but it will be available later in the day on Xbox Live, YouTube, and on Microsoft’s Channel 9.

Source: Xbox Wire