Xbox One game streaming soon possible on Windows 10 Mobile?
There’s word on the street that Microsoft might introduce Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10 Mobile in the future. Since this feature is already available in Windows 10, bringing it to Windows 10 Mobile will complete the circle.
However, this is not an official announcement from Microsoft, so there’s still a chance that Xbox One streaming won’t come to Windows 10 Mobile at all. A a Reddit user noticed that the Xbox Beta app on his Windows 10 Mobile device now includes the option “play from console.” Once clicked, this option opens a stream of a selected game just like it does in Windows 10.
However, shortly after the streaming screen pops up, the app crashes and reports various errors. This is completely normal since Microsoft hasn’t said anything about this feature and we doubt the introduction of this kind of option would go over unmentioned. While it might be a bug in the app, we hope Microsoft indeed plans to release this feature to Windows 10 Mobile devices in the future.
Only time will tell if Microsoft will make available Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10 Mobile. Of course, if any new information shows up, we’ll make sure to let you know about it.
What do you think about the option to stream Xbox One games on Windows 10 Mobile? Is it realistic that Microsoft will bring it to Windows 10 Mobile soon, or was this just a misunderstanding? Tell us your opinion in the comments below!
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