Microsoft's Xbox Live on Android and iOS: get the SDK to all developers
Microsoft's Xbox Live is coming to Android and iOS. The colossus of Redmond has just announced an SDK cross-platform that will allow games developers who decide to implement it, to get features such as gamerscore, achievements, friends list, club, statistics and even some of the parental control settings (the developers can choose which parts to implement and which not). The user does not have to do is sign in with your Microsoft account.
Microsoft has also said quite clearly that it would be happy to bring Xbox Live on the platforms console competitors, namely the PlayStation and Nintendo Switch: "we are willing to cooperate with the rest of the industry to the best of our ability," said the head of the division for cloud gaming Kareem Choudhry, but for the moment, there are no ads about it. In short, Nintendo and Sony interest this type of partnership is yet to be established, despite the rumors initial spoke expressly of an SDK for the Switch.
Xbox Live has already been spotted on Android and iOS, but in a few games (only those manufactured by Microsoft itself, first of all, Minecraft) and with a few features (mainly the objectives). The announcement is part of a strategy to a much larger, time to expand to the maximum, in the field of cloud gaming and development.One of the most desired, 2018, topped only by the Mate 20 the Pro? Huawei P20 Pro, buy it at the best price, from Amazon to 489 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING