Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Microsoft Doesn’t Want To Compete With Steam

Microsoft is making an effort with Windows 10 to establish its own gaming platform on PC, but they don’t want to compete with Steam. "We are not intending to compete with Steam," Microsoft senior director for PC gaming Kevin Unangst told PC Gamer at Gamescom. "If anything, we want Steam to be even more successful, they’ve done great things for PC gamers in terms of having a single store." Microsoft aims to attract more PC gamers to its own marketplace and to Steam. "Over time do we want more developers to come over to our store and offer it in addition to Steam? Absolutely. Is competition good for people? Absolutely. But our goal right now isn’t to do anything else other than support Steam and help it run great on Windows 10." What do you think of Microsofts initiative for PC gaming ? 

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