Maybe the old adage "better late than never" is true. Plenty of options for in-home game streaming are readily available (or at least on the way), but if we read deeply into Xbox head Phil Spencer's tweets, we find that the Xbox One may join the fun with game streaming from Windows 10 PCs. I found the perfect recipe for such a feature on Twitter. Let's bake it together, shall we?
First add a cup of "Microsoft's current-gen console will receive full keyboard and mouse support soon":
And then add a dash of "See? We're already part way there":
Finally grab the bag of "yet" with the rip in the bag, spill it all over the kitchen, and dump it into the bowl:
@Tak225Th Still finishing Xbox to Win10 streaming right now. I like the idea of Win10->Xbox One streaming but don't have a plan yet.— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 21, 2015
Preheat the oven to $349 and bake until the edges brown.
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