Microsoft will be hosting a special presentation March 4 at the 2015 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The company's Xbox head Phil Spencer will offer some new information on Microsoft's future plans for gaming on both the Xbox One and Windows 10 platforms during the event.
Spencer attended Microsoft's Windows 10 consumer press event in late January, where he revealed, among other things, that the company plans to support streaming of Xbox One games to the PC later in 2015. Today, Microsoft said:
"At GDC 2015, Xbox will share new tools and roadmaps with developers for creating games on Windows 10 devices. On March 4th at 11:00 PT, Spencer will host a presentation about developing games across the Microsoft ecosystem – from Windows 10 PCs, to Xbox One consoles. As the session will be open to GDC attendees only and seating is limited, it will be made available later that day on Xbox Live, YouTube, Channel 9, and here on Xbox Wire."
At the moment, there doesn't appear to be a plan to stream the presentation live. However, Windows Central will be attending GDC 2015 and will have first-hand reporting on Microsoft's announcements for Windows 10 and Xbox One gaming.
Source: Xbox Wire