Microsoft Windows 10 briefing event also focused on the newly designed Xbox app. The new Xbox app will be available to users having Windows 10 running on their PC and tablets.
Phil Spencer, Chief Xbox One and Microsoft Studios said during the event
“We will treat gaming on Windows 10 with as much passion and energy as we have on the Xbox One”
In addition to streaming games long confined to the Xbox One, Spencer showed off DirectX 12 on Windows 10 and announced a new game DVR feature that will be built into the new OS.
Another important feature spilled is Game DVR which will be accompanied with Xbox for Windows 10. Users will be able to capture and edit gameplay footage just like they do on Xbox One.
Good news is that DirectX 12 will be part of the graphics subsystem. It will ensure smooth graphics and low power consumption and improvements in speed. The popular Unity game engine will also support DirectX 12.