Microsoft has just announced that the company will be coming back to GDC in force, with 16 sessions, booths, games and announcements about the future of gaming on the Xbox One and Windows 10.
Ever since the January event, where Xbox head Phil Spencer showed off some of the gaming features coming to Windows 10, the company has said that it would have a lot more to share with the public at GDC.
And it looks like the company is holding to its promises, with sessions announced to include cross-platform developments between Xbox and Windows 10, many more details about DirectX 12, talks about the future of Xbox Live, and some games being shown off.
And of course the biggest event is probably the keynote speech from Spencer, entitled “The Future of Gaming Across the Microsoft Ecosystem”. We’re likely to see a combination of all the subjects listed above condensed in a one-hour talk that’s bound to get fans excited.
With DirectX 12 being at the heart of Microsoft’s gaming efforts, and Windows 10 slated to eventually land on the Xbox One we’re very excited to see what Microsoft shares with us come March 4th.
Source: Xbox Wire