Microsoft trying to bring Xbox cross-platform gaming


At the Game Developers Conference 2019, Microsoft is said to launch its Xbox Cross Platform gaming. This will allow us gamers to play Xbox Live titles on our Android, Nintendo Switch and others.

You can understand this as the Minecraft Game, which is the Xbox Live Title, currently available on various platforms. Minecraft requires users to log in to the Xbox Live account.

This is what the GDC 2019 website says:

Xbox Live is one of the largest, most engaged gaming communities on the planet with decades of experience providing managed game services to developers that save you time and unlock all of the social and engagement features that players love.

Although Microsoft was trying previously, failed considerably. However, they are going to try this again. And this time they might do it. This proper SDK will allow the developers to design games that can run on any platform using Xbox Live.

See, the gaming between these available platforms is so confusing. But battle royale games are trying to unite these platforms. It is completely dependent on these giants to bring such tech that can unify all the platforms.

Source: Windows Central

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