MS to marry Xbox, PC games
This will includes HoloLens, Microsoft’s wearable headset which is claimed to enable wearers to interact with three-dimensional images, said Phil Spencer, head of the company’s video game division.
“Our goal with gaming at Microsoft is to allow people to play games wherever they are,” Spencer said at a Game Developers Conference. He said marrying Xbox One and Windows 10 would allow creators to make their games more easily accessible to consumers.
“We know there are billions of people that play games across all devices,” Spencer said. “Today, the world is segmented. You don’t have linkage really between the places that your customers are playing your games.”