Create your own PewDiePie Kingdom with Xbox Creators Update
In addition to announcing new Windows hardware and software, Microsoft made some announcements of interest to owners of Xbox One. One item of note is something they call "Creators Update."
Windows 10 users can currently broadcast their gameplay by pressing the Windows and G keys, activating the Game bar and sharing their gaming moments with friends via the Xbox Live network. Microsoft has brought Beam to the Xbox One through its Creators Update, giving players the ability to share their gaming to both Xbox and Windows users on the network, a capability that will be built into the operating systems of both platforms.
And it's not just single-player games that can be shared. With Arena on Xbox Live, gamers will be able to create multiplayer tournaments, letting them define the rules of competition, invite friends and track tournament progress across Xbox One or Windows 10. This capability is available in Preview today. You can download windows at software keep. To aid players, Microsoft promises new features like Clubs, Looking for Group and Arena on Xbox Live and cross-play between Xbox One and Windows 10.
Microsoft also took the opportunity to promote its recently released Xbox One S, a smaller device than the original with 4K Blu-ray video, a smaller price tag and a variety of storage options. The unit has a new lineup of bundles available, highlighting the games Gears of War 4, Minecraft, Battlefield 1 and FIFA 17.
(Regarding the Surface Studio, if you've got four grand burning a hole in your pocket, I suppose you might be interested, but you're not going to be hunting for Pokémon in the park with it. And your kitchen table won't be available for eating food anymore.)