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Windows 8 To Support Xbox 360 Games? "A must upgrade reason"

Posted by Mohd Khairun Nasir Saadi On - - 0 comments


Remember when Steve Ballmer said that Windows 8 will offer a real push for a PC gaming? Ever wondered what would it be? Well, according to Andrew, the upcoming Windows 8 OS will include a feature which allows you to play Xbox 360 games on your PC. You heard it right: a native Xbox 360 app for your Windows machine.

Stay tuned as we try to dig more information in the upcoming months.

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As promised, we dug some more information regarding the upcoming Windows 8 feature which will allow users to play Xbox 360 games on their PC’s.

According to our sources, Xbox 360 on PC will have a subscription fee (just like Xbox Live). However, when it comes to online gaming, it will use Windows Live Marketplace and as a result, PC owners will not be able to compete against console owners (at least in initial stage), due to plausible frustrations (mouse vs. controller).

Why would Microsoft do that?

Since software giant plans to launch Xbox 720 (not the real name) in few years, Xbox 360 game sales on PC will not only give company additional revenue but will also extend current generation hardware lifespan.

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