Since February, there have been a number of rumors that Microsoft will bring its Xbox apps, subscription services and video games on the Nintendo Switch.
Although the technological giant has already been the Halo Master Chief Collection for the PC and its streaming service Project xCloud, it has now announced a new cross-platform mobile development kit Microsoft Game Stack
As you can see above, this new SDK will allow developers to implement Xbox Live, Azure PlayFab, DirectX, Mixer, and more on Android and iOS devices. The Microsoft Game Stack page also refers to the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 (see below), but there are currently no "specific ads" to exchange, according to Microsoft Gaming Cloud head Kareem Choudhry:
really connect two billion gamers in the world , and we are big fans of our Xbox Live community, but we have no specific ads as it is today. If you've been watching us for the past few years, Phil [Spencer] was very active in tackling issues like crossplay, cross -progression and network gaming, and we are ready to cooperate with the pro yslovistyu as much as possible. 19659007] Microsoft Nintendo Switch “/>
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