PC To Xbox One Streaming Might Be Available Soon According To Survey
According to a recent Xbox Rewards survey, PC to Xbox One streaming might be heading soon to all Windows 10 users as part of yet another amazing move by Microsoft to bridge the gap between PC and console gaming.
When Microsoft first introduced the new Xbox One experience, built around Windows 10, it made sense for the company to introduce the ability to stream Xbox One content on to PCs that are running Windows 10 through the Xbox app.
The feature not only showed Microsoft’s dedicated of keeping PC gamers in the loop but also benefited Xbox One users who could take advantage of some PC features (using their PC headset for Xbox content is an example) while using just one display for both their PC and console needs.
According to the survey, it might be possible to play PC games on Xbox One, with enhanced graphics and dashboard. While the enhanced graphics option seems highly unlikely, or might even be possible for weak system running on on-board Intel GPUs, the addition of Xbox one dashboard features and overlay could benefit gamers a lot, keeping track of friends while gaming, joining their games or even chatting with them in a party.
Phil Spencer, head of Xbox also hinted at something similar back in July while also giving people hope that Keyboard/Mouse integration might also be coming soon to Xbox One. The fact that this type of streaming is openly specified in the latest Xbox Rewards survey seems to suggest that the feature is almost ready, with an official announcement potentially coming soon.