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Xbox One games may come to Windows 10 PCs

Ian Paul | June 8, 2016
The news supports previous reports of Microsoft's cross-platform 'Project Helix.'

Before the PC-as-Xbox becomes a reality, however, there are numerous problems to consider. The most obvious one being that PC and console gamers have entirely different cultures. PC gamers may not take kindly to playing games designed for the console on their PC. That’s especially true if these Xbox One games have frame rates capped below (or even at) 60 frames per second.

Nevertheless, it’s an interesting proposition, and Warren says we may learn more about Microsoft’s Xbox One/Windows 10 PC integration plans during E3. The annual video game expo runs from June 14 to 16.

 

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