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#WebITMAN Stories – Universal Windows Platform Games with Fall Xbox One Update

As fall creators update for windows 10 is nearing launch we at Webit MAN are ready to cover fall update, this time Fall Xbox One Update. Are you a big fan of Gaming console and have a Xbox One in your collections? Well Microsoft the “Tech Giant” has some awesomeness for you in store with Fall Xbox One Update.

We have covered about the features and improvements coming to Windows 10 with Fall Creators Update – 

Now we should also turn our table towards the improvements and features on Gaming platform with Fall Update. Also if you are an “Gaming developer”,

– Well this update is just for you.

With the release of the “Expanded Resources feature” in the Windows Fall Creators Update, we are taking the industry closer to that goal than it has ever been before.

Now, developers will automatically have access to 6 exclusive cores, 5 GB of ram and full access to the GPU!

When Windows 10 launched in July 2015, Windows and Xbox converged to a single operating system for game development and Microsoft introduced the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model.

Fall Xbox One Update

UWP apps created for Windows 10 PCs and Xbox games created for Xbox One could be bought and run side by side on consoles, but only in a specialized environment created for lightweight entertainment experiences.

Coming this fall Xbox One Update,

UWP games published through the Windows Store to Xbox One consoles such as

  • Fallout Shelter by Bethesda Softworks,
  • Games in the ID@Xbox program, or
  • Games in the Xbox Live Creators Program will be able to access the expanded resources.

UWP game developers get both a performance boost and a much larger sandbox in which to Dream, Build, and Play.

We at WebIT MAN are very excited to see how developers take the advantage of this extra power to bring creativity to Xbox One Gaming.

With this anyone can become a Creator for Xbox One.

Source – Windows Blogs

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