A control of a Microsoft's Xbox One game console is pictured in a shop in Shanghai on September 29, 2014.
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By Dan Kedmey
July 29, 2015

We’ve known for a while that Xbox One owners can stream games from their console to their PC once they upgrade to Windows 10. But could they ever reverse the stream, letting players enjoy PC games on their Xbox One console? Microsoft’s Xbox division head Phil Spencer certainly thinks so.

“Those are absolutely in scope of things that we want to do,” he revealed to the Verge on Wednesday.

But the feature will take some coding before gamers can get their hands on it. Spencer cautioned that it could be a “little more challenging” than getting Xbox One games to stream to the PC. “But challenge is good,” he added. In other words, they’re working on it.

Read more: 10 Reasons Gamers Should Upgrade to Windows 10

[The Verge]

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