Microsoft made a lot of interesting announcements earlier this week at the E3 conference. The company announced backward compatibility options, allowing Xbox One owners to play their favorite Xbox 360 games on the new console. It didn’t end there, the company is even allowing Xbox 360 owners to stream the games on their Windows 10 PCs through the same backward compatibility support on the Xbox One, as well as Oculus, as confirmed by the VR company to Engadget.
The new game streaming functionality is already available to Xbox One Preview users, but it’s expected to make its debut for public later this year, possibly during the holiday season. It’s a great feature and will come in handy for gamers who want to stream their games on Windows 10 PCs.
We already went hands-on with the Xbox One emulation support, so head over to this post and check out how this feature actually works.Further reading: Gaming, Microsoft, Oculus, Windows 10, Xbox, Xbox 360