Phil Spencer, Xbox department’s CEO, revealed earlier today that the Xbox One will feature an option to use a mouse and keyboard at certain occasions.
In a Conversation regarding the upcoming Xbox One straming functionality that is coming to Windows 10, Phil Spencer explained he really likes the idea, and would like to see the other way around.
“Those aren’t far away […] Mouse is what we’d need to add.”
In an answer to a fan, Phil Spencer explained that to fully incorporate a Windows-like streaming mechanic to the Xbox One, Microsoft will first need to embody mouse and keyboard support.
But it’s still unknown whether or not games that are supported with both the Xbox One and Windows 10 will accept the mouse and keyboard, as games like Fable: Legends are obligatory when playing on Windows 10.
For now, only 10 apps have been confirmed to suit in both systems, one of them being Microsoft: Edge, the replacement for Internet Explorer.
Next up on Microsoft’s plans is the release of the final version of Windows 10, which will come with a whole new User Interface, which will obviously bring entirely new features, just like the virtual intelligent assistant: Cortana.
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