The added support will allow GameMaker: Studio users to import their games to the Xbox One without having to change any code. However, users must have an Xbox One hardware development kit to take atvantage of the support. YoYo Games will provide GameMaker: Studio to developers who are signed up for Microsoft's indie game-based ID@Xbox program.
In addition, YoYo Games said that GameMaker: Studio will offer enhanced support for Windows 8.1, Windows RT and Windows Phone 8.1. Perhaps even more important, the company pledged to extend GameMaker: Studio support for future Microsoft operating system releases.
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Source: YoYo Games
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