While Microsoft made no mention of such a feature at yesterday's event, Xbox chief Phil Spencer strongly hinted at the possibility in a followup appearance:
"People ask about the streaming in the opposite direction — can I stream from my PC to my Xbox? — and I'll just say it's something that we're really looking at," Spencer said.
As a vessel for PC gaming in the living room, the Xbox One would certainly be an unlikely tool in the PC gamer's toolbox. The Xbone is very competitively priced, though, and its catalogue of exclusives could make it a more compelling solution for some than something like a Steam machine.
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