Microsoft Looking To Develop Cutting Edge Xbox One Games Using Cloud Compute & Game/Service Interactions

The power of the cloud.

Posted By | On 22nd, Jan. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

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One feature that Microsoft did not went into great detail during yesterday’s Windows 10 event was cloud gaming. Microsoft have been pushing the cloud ever since the launch of Xbox One and the lack of a demonstration at the event was a bit disappointing, especially after the promising demo shown at last year’s Build event.

However it seems that Microsoft are not yet ready with the technology as they are currently hiring a software engineer, according to a job listing on Microsoft’s official careers website. The company is looking to “create cutting edge titles for Microsoft platforms” and the candidate needs to have expertise in “cloud compute, and game/service interactions” to achieve the same.

It’s interesting to note that this is simply not limited to Xbox One as the company plans to make it available across Xbox Live, Kinect, Xbox 360, Windows and even future products (Windows 10, may be) as well.  Hopefully Microsoft will showcase more on cloud gaming during GDC in March.

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  • Starman

    “Read em and weep” lol

  • Mike G.

    Great article.

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  • d0x360

    I really hope they have more of crackdown to show at e3. I’m intensely curious to see the technology in action in an actual a game

  • JerkDaNERD7

    Can’t wait to see some Crackdown gameplay!

    • andy

      Because unnecessarily online forced games to date have went down so well, especially at their launch. Enjoy Crackdown 3 when Xbox Live goes down again Xmas 2016.

    • TheWayItsMeantToBePlayed

      Just like PSN on the launch of Destiny and on Christmas day, right?

    • bardock5151

      Every online only title I have played since launch has worked fine. Destiny worked flawlessly for me.

  • jacksjus

    You’d think they would have already had the resources and manpower since they have been talking about using cloud compute since 2013.

    So what this tells me is that their launch really was filled with smoke and mirrors.

    Here is to the hopes that they actually deliver on that promise this year.

  • andy

    They are STILL looking to do this and this is somehow news?

  • Mark

    Just read this roadmap and you’ll see where they’re headed. It’s an Xbox/Durango pdf leak.

  • Pops

    Lets see these cloud computing internet connection is ready


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