Microsoft Announces Xbox Live SDK for Windows 10

Microsoft has launched its Xbox Live SDK for Windows 10 to let any developer to create an app for the console.
Phil Spencer, Xbox chief at the Games Developer Conference (GDC) detailed company’s plan for game makers to create universal apps that can run both on Xbox One consoles and PCs with Windows 10, as well as smartphones, tablets and other devices having Windows 10.
Spencer also teased that Microsoft also outlines plan to create a new tier of Xbox Live which is designed to allow any developer to engage with the Xbox Live community. Alongside the Xbox One SDK launch, Microsoft is also expanding its ID@Xbox program.
Microsoft said that, XBOX Live SDK will soon be under the supervision of broader set of developers. Microsoft is investing heavily in training developers on how to create games that work across its platforms. The company also plans to extend its console game to Windows 10. Spencer told game makers that, “Our goal with gaming at Microsoft is to allow people to play games wherever they are.”

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