Microsoft just moved one step closer to bringing Windows and Xbox gaming together. The Xbox Live SDK, which allows developers to build Xbox One-compatible apps, is now beginning to roll out to game developers

Microsoft’s head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, announced the news Wednesday during a session at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco

It’s unclear when the new SDK, which is currently being used by a small group of early partners, will be more widely available, but Microsoft says it will be “soon.” It will allow game makers to create universal Windows 10 apps that can easily run across the Xbox One, PCs, as well as Windows tablets and phones. It also lets Windows app developers easily port their apps to the Xbox. …

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