Microsoft working on Xbox for Windows 8, will be demoed at E3? Written by Ron on May 29, 2012, 09:50AM
In a new official company blog post, Microsoft revealed that they were working on bringing Xbox entertainment to everyone, alongside the launch of Windows 8. Xbox integration for Windows 8 will be ideal for those who prefer a seamless integration of ascertainment between all the devices we use.
"With the launch of Windows 8, we’ll bring Xbox entertainment to everyone. With Xbox on Windows 8 devices, we rapidly accelerate the reach of Xbox entertainment from more than 60 million people to hundreds of millions of people worldwide. We understand that entertainment has become a multi-screen experience where you and your friends are watching TV, listening to music, and playing games while interacting with your tablets and phones in new ways. We’ve got ideas for making all the entertainment you love more personal, interactive and social across the devices you love—and on the phenomenal Windows 8 devices that are to come," Microsoft explains in the blog post. Since the Xbox has grown to something more than just a console sitting in the living room, the Xbox for Windows 8 integration establishes a bridge between your music and video and your PC, tablet, TV, or phone. Details on this type of integration with Windows 8 was revealed back in September of last year. Microsoft plans to showcase this type of integration at the E3 expo, which takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center June 5th to June 7th.