2019-03-13 15:33:27 (edited by Mitch 2019-03-13 15:42:09)

I just saw this article on the Verge  that stated that Microsoft is now allowing PC games (like Steam) to be played on the Xbox one via the new Wireless Display app.
This may allow games like Street Fighter V to be playable on the Xbox, though I don't know if it uses the PC's graphics power or the Xbox's. I know that it doesn't work the keyboards yet, I wonder if audiogames can now be played on consoles.

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2019-03-13 22:21:42

I am not entirely sure how this is going to work, but my guess is that it will probably use the pc power. WHether that means sfv will work, that's quite likely as that game has controller support. Audiogames on the other hand, I'm not sure, maybe only ones with controller support as well, unless they add keyboard. Also, does this include game sounds, or graphics only, that's another question.

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2019-03-13 22:34:47

Wow. Thanks for this very exciting news. I'm not sure on how it is going to work either, but that might bring more playable games to the Xbox. If not now, then maybe in the future.

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2019-03-13 23:23:00

From the very limited amount of research I have done, I think that the sounds will carry over.

You should've gone for the .net ...

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