While keeping up with lessons, lectures and personal studies is vital at any stage of education, it’s also important to give yourself a break from the academic side of life in order to stay fresh. For many students of all ages – and indeed a number of teachers – video games are a popular recreational release that help to balance the rigours of studying with personal enjoyment.
As part of our countdown to the Windows 10 release next week we’ve been sharing a number of updates from the main Windows Blog. This latest post looks at how gaming will work across your Windows 10 devices:
PC gaming is at its best on Windows 10 thanks to awesome integration with Xbox. But that doesn’t mean you need be a hardcore Xbox gamer to have a blast playing games on Windows 10. Heck, you don’t even need to own an Xbox (but, of course, we wouldn’t blame you if you did). Windows 10 is about making all of your PC experiences more human, and that includes playing games. And we mean all games, from classics like Solitaire, to hardcore PC games like Dota 2, or games from epic Xbox franchises like Gears of War and Fable.
From recording epic moments in virtually any game from any gaming service, to joining the greatest online gaming community in Xbox Live, to building your gaming legacy and even streaming Xbox One games to your PC or tablet (if you do have an Xbox), you’ll find many great reasons to game with Windows 10. Let’s take a closer look.
Check out the full blog post from the Windows Team to learn more about:
Xbox Live on Windows 10
Amazing Graphics with DirectX 12
Capturing Your Greatest Gaming Moments
Xbox One to Windows 10 PC Game Streaming