In addition to console games that we all know and love, official keyboard and mouse support can theoretically open the door to game ports that live only in the world of computers. Sure, I'm impressed by how much they steer PUBG Mobile, and I do not feel restricted in the MOBA game Arena of Valor on the Nintendo switch. Games that look as if they should not can work on different platforms, but let's not pretend Starcraft II can be played on the pad.
Xbox One runs the version of Windows 10, and Windows is game operating system. I'm not a programmer, but I do not believe that it would be impossible to block the standard graphics setting and transfer something like a complex real-time strategy to Xbox One. Of course, this involves your own problems. If you start to run games designed specifically for keyboard and mouse control, you will automatically choose people without these peripherals.
343 Przemyśl, the creator of the newest Halo games, he told me: "We are always looking for the best player experience Halo and are excited about the mouse and keyboard support on the Xbox; we have no further comments. "I also asked Microsoft what it meant for the company and Xbox players, but the answer was basically consistent with" now depends on the programmers. " shrug. A wait-and-see response was expected, but it looks like we are approaching the natural end game on the Xbox. Microsoft has something Sony does not have: Windows. Using this can help Microsoft cope better with restarting the console war, losing this round convincingly from Sony.
Being everything to all people is not necessarily a winning formula, a mind. Valve failed to put computer games in the living room thanks to the legendary but easily forgotten initiative, which were steam engines. These mini-computers were built by third parties based on the Valve reference project and launched the SteamOS operating system based on Linux. There was no single box that could be left behind and Steam machines were weaker compared to Windows counterparts. What's more, the controller, which for many years sat in suspension, did not end up as it was previously translated computer control on blocks. Combine it with the lack of programmers' support and you know why they never took off.
Of course, Microsoft has a slightly different position. It has Windows and the Xbox brand. Perhaps the next generation of consoles will enter the PC market even more. And finally, we will not think about differences at all.