Microsoft is going to bring its popular Xbox Live, its epic online entertainment and gaming service, to the new Windows 8.
Xbox spokesman Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, confirmed that Xbox Live is also included in the development of Windows 8 operating system, which will soon run on personal computers and tablets, according to this blog post on Wednesday – (http://majornelson.com/2011/09/13/xbox-live-and-windows-8/).
Hryb wrote, “We are confirming that we will be bringing Xbox LIVE to the PC with Xbox LIVE on Windows,” he also noted that “Bringing Xbox LIVE to Windows 8 is part of our vision to bring you all the entertainment you want, shared with the people you care about, made easy.”
This announce of Hryb is not the first time that Microsoft has said that they will include Xbox Live in the development of Windows 8. Microsoft’s vice president of global marketing, Mike Delman, confirmed that the team of two of Microsoft’s most successful products in June at the E3 video game expo in L.A.
This week, Microsoft gave away tablets with an early version of Windows at Microsoft’s Build developers conference in Anaheim.
More details would be released as the development of Windows 8 continues, Hryb said.
Way back in June, Delman had said more details, he noted “Live will be built into the PC. It will be the service where you get your entertainment” such as movies, music and games across the Xbox gaming console, pc’s and tablets.