After recently announcing that Phil Spencer would be appearing at the PC Gaming Show at this year’s E3 conference, Phil has now stated that his team have ‘never committed more resources to making Windows better for game developers and gamers’.
He also stated that mistakes had been made with the Games for Windows Live system and that those mistakes will not be repeated with the introduction of Windows 10.
These announcements are in line with the company’s consumer focussed decision making that has been pleasing gamers since the launch of the Xbox One. Speaking with PC Gamer, Phil spencer said: “I can tell you definitively that our team has never committed more resources to making Windows better for game developers and gamers, and that means any gamer on Windows 10, regardless of storefront or device.”
When asked if Microsoft would be making any exclusive PC games he made no promises, but he did say, “You can absolutely count on us to invest in games for the PC. While we want to break down the walls between platforms, we also know that certain games are optimized for certain devices”.
Xbox Live’s Major Nelson had previously commented about the PC Gaming Show at E3 and had said that there may be a ‘surprise’, so we can keep our hopes up for the possibility of some new titles from Microsoft at the event on Tuesday, 16th June.
The full article with Phil Spencer is available on the PC Gamer website and is well worth a read.