Microsoft targeting 1080p 60fps for Xbox to PC streaming

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Microsoft hope to have the streaming service running at full HD by the time it launches.

There's no shortage of Microsoft and Xbox news following the Windows 10 event held at Microsoft's headquarters yesterday. Continuing the discussion about the unveiled Xbox One to PC streaming function of Windows 10, the prospect of hitting 1080p resolution at 60 frames-per-second was talked about.

"It will really largely depend on the scenario to which someone is trying to play," said Microsoft's Mike Ybarra during a group interview after the event.

"But we want to make sure that we can get the optimal experience."

On the subject of latency, Ybarra said, "Certainly our goal is to be as low-latency as possible."

The current version in development is running at 720p, 30 frames-per-second, according to Ybarra, but they hope to have it improved to full HD by the time Windows 10 launches later this year.

Thanks, GameSpot.

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