S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2, Second Extinction, and more upcoming games will be shown off at the ID@Xbox indie showcase on Twitch next week. The event is slated to include over 100 indie games.
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The ID@Xbox Open House, which first took place in 2013, is an event where Indie game developers can show off their upcoming and recently released titles and receive feedback from attendees.
Microsoft has spent years focusing on fostering indie developers through its ID@Xbox program. Now, it aims to push developers into the spotlight with its new ID@Xbox Game Pass segment on YouTube.
Microsoft has taken inspiration from Nintendo's Nindies and Direct presentations, and they're both starting their series of streams highlighting new and upcoming games for their platforms.
Microsoft has highlighted some of its achievements in gaming for 2018, and has also promised exciting first- and third-party games, updates, and showcasing "new Microsoft technologies" in 2019.
As it's become the norm, today at its E3 press conference, the Redmond giant went in rapid fire mode with a showcase of a number of games it put under the ID@Xbox banner. Here they are.
In an unprecedented feat, Halo's premier program for indie developers has amassed over half a billion dollars in sales since its launch in 2013. Most of the games Xbox showed at E3 were indie titles.
Developers who choose to develop UWP games or are part of the ID@Xbox or Xbox Live Creators Program will get "full access" to the console's hardware, including complete access to the GPU and 5 GB RAM.
Microsoft showed off a whopping 42 games at its E3 2017 presentation a few hours ago. These ranged from AAA titles to medium-sized games, to relatively smaller games from the ID@Xbox program.
At its E3 2017 Xbox Briefing, Microsoft has teased Ori's next adventure, Ori and the Will of the Wisps. The title will be exclusive to the Windows 10 Store and Xbox. There's no release date yet.
From fabulous flagships and entry-level delights, to Microsoft's mixed reality, Pixel anticipation, and OneDrive's unlimited limits, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
ID@Xbox, Xbox's self-publishing program, announced today at the Game Developers Conference 2017 that 22 games are coming to Xbox One and Windows 10, including more Xbox Play Anywhere titles.
Microsoft announced today the Xbox Live Creators Program, which aims at streamlining the publishing process for Xbox Live-enabled UWP games on Xbox One, including Project Scorpio, and Windows 10 PCs.
More than three years after the ID@Xbox program was first announced, it now accounts for more than 1,000 games under development. Some of those games will be featured by Microsoft at next week's GDC.
With promotions and developer showcases and upcoming title previews, Microsoft is launching ID@Xbox Game Fest, a month-long celebration of the ID@Xbox developer program.
The director of ID@Xbox, Chris Charla, has posted an open letter to the Xbox News blog, stating that cross-network play is coming to Xbox One and Windows 10, along with other new features.
Microsoft is currently in a tight spot as furious indie game developers barrage the company for not paying them their overdue payments. ID@Xbox has issued a statement which explains the issue.
Microsoft has announced the first 25 games that will be released for the Xbox One as part of the self-published ID@Xbox program, with the first titles to be released "in the coming weeks."
An independent games studio has praised the Xbox One, calling it "the most appealing console platform" to develop for, adding that "diving into the Xbox One universe has been super easy" for them.
Microsoft has announced the first 32 independent developers approved to its ID@Xbox self-publishing program for Xbox One, though the program will eventually be open to all independent developers.
Microsoft announced today that it will offer the Unity game engine and tools for free to the people and groups who are signed up for the Xbox One's ID@Xbox indie game development program.