Since February, there has been a series of rumors suggesting that Microsoft would be bringing its Xbox applications, subscription services, and video games to the Nintendo Switch.
While the tech giant is already very busy this week to unveil the Halo Master Chief Collection for PC and Project xCloud streaming, he now announced the development pack mobile cross-platform new, Microsoft Game Stack.
As above, this new SDK will allow Xbox Live developers, Azure PlayFab, DirectX, Mixer and more to apply on Android and iOS devices. The Microsoft Stack web page also makes reference to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 (see below), but there are no “specific ads” to share now, according to Microsoft Gambling Gaming CEO Kareem Choudhry:
"Our goal is to 2 billion players of the world really agree and fans of our Xbox Live community, but we have no distinctive advertisements as it relates to today's Switch. We have adopted a very comprehensive approach to Phil [Spencer] on issues such as cross-transformation, cross-progress, and unite gamer networks, and we are willing to partner with the industry as much as we can. ”19659007] Microsoft Nintendo Switch “/>
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