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Microsoft and Team Dakota have decided to discontinue support for Project Spark, its "creation game". Support for current users will end on August 12, but it will no longer be available as of today.
Microsoft's game creation video game, Project Spark, will be dropping its micro transactions based revenue model and will go completely free starting from October 5.
"Project Spark," a game that allows you to customize nearly everything, has received a launch date for the retail package for the Xbox One. The full release edition will be available in early-October.
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One version of its game development tools "Project Spark" is now in open beta, meaning that users no longer need a code to try it out.
Microsoft has announced that invites are now being sent out to folks picked for the closed beta test of "Project Spark" for the Xbox One, after previously launching a beta for Windows 8.1.
Microsoft has announced the closed Xbox One beta of its gaming creation program Project Spark will begin in February and that current Windows 8.1 testers will automatically get Xbox One beta access.
Microsoft has now launched the Windows 8.1 closed beta version of its Project Spark game creator via the Windows Store but it still requires a beta key that is sent to testers in order to work.
Microsoft has released a new video showing off some more new features of its upcoming Project Spark game development tools for Windows 8 and the Xbox One console.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 8 beta testing for its Project Spark sandbox game creator tools will begin in October, with Xbox One beta testing to begin in January 2014.
Microsoft has starting taking sign ups for the upcoming beta test for Project Spark, the recently revealed game creation tool kit that will be released for Windows 8 and the upcoming Xbox One.
Microsoft showed off a live demo to the press at E3 2013 of Project Spark, their upcoming game creation tool for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles, along with Windows 8 PCs