Microsoft has revealed more about how Windows 10 will work with Xbox One. The presentation at Gamescom 2015 revealed some partnerships, and showed off the power of DirectX 12 running on the console. The company also revealed that Windows 10 would come to the Xbox in November.
Microsoft stated that over 100 games studios were working on DirectX 12 which will allow for better textures, lighting, and more on both Xbox and PC. The company showed off a new tech demo produced by Square Enix, built around DirecetX 12, which features extremely detailed hair, textured skin, and more.
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J. Allen Brack has been with Blizzard for 15 years, working as executive producer on the World of Warcraft franchise before becoming president of Blizzard. Now, Brack is stepping down and leaving Activision Blizzard.
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