Xbox Exec Responds to PC Gaming Concerns, Promises Plan “To Improve”

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LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 10:  Phil Spencer, vice president of Microsoft Game Studios at Microsoft Corp. speaks during Microsoft Xbox news conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo at the Galen Center on June 10, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Thousands are expected to attend the annual three-day convention to see the latest games and announcements from the gaming industry.  (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

If you are not contented with Microsoft’s PC gaming attempts, you may be pleased to know that the corporation’s peek gaming boss Phil Spencer has anew vowed to develop things superior in the future.

This is great news for gamers that like unique games try bingo sites and other platforms and comes off the back of an article on How To Geek titled “Why You Shouldn’t Buy Rise of the Tomb Raider (and Other PC Games) from the Windows Store.” The feature listed off what it asserts to be flaws of Windows Store online, counting a reported lack of modding and SLI/Crossfire support.

You might not have anticipated Spencer to answer, but he did. Questioned if Microsoft was proceeding to take steps to solve matters listed in the narrative, Spencer said he comprehends and values the feedback. Microsoft has “plans to improve,” he said.

Spencer didn’t issue any specifics about Microsoft’s schemes.

Next month at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Microsoft will entertain a meeting titled “The Future of Xbox Game Development for Windows,” during which new statistics may be revealed. Another meeting, “Game Developer Success & Opportunities with Gaming on Windows,” will be entertained by [email protected] director Chris Charla. GameSpot will report back with new statistics as it becomes convenient.

This isn’t the novelty time Spencer has acknowledged shortcomings in Microsoft’s PC gaming attempts. In June 2015, Spencer admitted “we weren’t fully committed as a company” to the PC gaming space in these years. But that is altering now.

“I can tell you definitively that our team has never committed more resources to making Windows better for game developers and gamers, and that means any gamer on Windows 10, regardless of storefront or device,” Spencer justifies at the time.

In other current Microsoft PC gaming announcements, the corporation recently pledged that time-bending action game Quantum Break, reported as an Xbox One exception, is also coming to PC at launch in April. The corporation caught some passion for this news–and marketing administrative Aaron Greenberg responded.

“People should know: Xbox is a big priority and a huge commitment,” he speaks earlier this month. “Please do not let the fact that we are also launching a game on the same day on Windows 10 change your perspective on the importance of the console business [or] our commitment to innovating on console.”

What pace would you like to see Microsoft catch in the future as it concerns to PC gaming? Have your say below!