An unnamed source has told GigaOM.comMicrosoft’s using an updated version of Silverlight dev tools with Xbox TV. According to the source, the toolset – codenamed Lakeview – is not only still in development, but is still being modified, which is causing the developers behind the Xbox TV app to retest on a weekly basis. Lakeview, once perfected, could also be used by third-parties to create more 360 applications. The site is also rumoring that the new TV features, which are expected to roll-out with the latest dashboard update, will go live on Black Friday – or the day after Thanksgiving in the US.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is about to look a bit nicer with the implementation of one of the most impressive methods of Ambient Occlusion.
ARK: Survival Evolved doesn't support cross-play between PS4 and Xbox One because Sony won't allow it
According to the developers of ARK: Survival Evolved, the game has the capability of pairing PS4 and Xbox One players together, but it won’t happen because Sony is saying no.
One of the biggest new additions in State of Decay 2 is the ability to play the game in co-op.
Flash alternative Silverlight is said to be on its way to the Xbox 360, granting the console the ability to run Windows Phone 7 games and applications.
Following news yesterday that Microsoft was planning in the incorporate ads into Xbox Live in the coming year, Major Nelson’s gone on the record to say the introduction won’t get in your way. Phew. “I need to let you know that you don’t need to worry about a huge influx of ads across the dashboard,” […]
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