Windows 10 Event Next Month Seems To Reveal More About PC Gaming
Microsoft since announcing Windows 10 has been pretty quiet about the gaming on new OS, but it seems that all will change in the next month. Microsoft has already confirmed that they have a plan to organize a consumer event next month on Jan. 21, where the major features of Win 10 will the topic of discussion.
Now, it looks like that among those topics will be gaming on the operating system as well. This prediction is in the light of a new tweet by Xbox head Phil Spencer who in a response to a fan stated that more information on Windows 10 gaming will be unveiled in the month of January.
@RpLayy I’ll be focusing more on what we are doing on Win10 in January, it’s time for us to talk about gaming on Windows.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) December 12, 2014
The said consumer event is set to take place at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Washington and will be broadcasted live throughout the world. The future of Windows 10 will the main topic, but we’ll likely be hearing a lot about the future of video games as well.
Phil Spencer has been working his socks off since becoming the head of Xbox Division and he has managed to work things in favor of Xbox One console which was not doing as great as Microsoft would have hoped. With exclusives like Sunset Overdrive and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, a large number of players were attracted to Microsoft’s new gen console in the month of November, as it finally managed to outsell PlayStation 4 for the first time in quite a long while.
Coming back to PC gaming, Phil Spencer is extremely serious about bringing games to PC as he stated that “It’s a retail show, it’s a console show, so it didn’t really feel like the right place for us to talk about Windows, but Windows and gaming on Windows is critical to Microsoft’s success.”
With Windows 10, Microsoft is looking to integrate all of their products at one place, and come January 21, we very well may see the announcement of Xbox One getting integrated with Win 10, one way or another.
However, we can only speculate at this moment, but rest assured there will something coming for the PC gamers at the upcoming consumer event, and hopefully, it will be something good.
In the meantime, you can just enjoy your time with the games that are currently available on PC.