With new features like Looking for Group and Clubs on Xbox Live, you can seek out players for your favourite games and join communities of gamers based on your interests.
Now top PC games will start showing up on Xbox Live. See what your friends are playing, share and watch game clips, and access Game Hubs for your favourite titles.
With Looking for Group on Xbox Live, you can search for gamers with similar gaming objectives, playstyles and preferences across Xbox One and Windows 10 PC games.
Create your own gaming communities with Clubs on Xbox Live. With dedicated groups organised around similar interests, playstyles and objectives, it's easier than ever to stay connected with like-minded gamers.
Put your skills to the test in competitive online tournaments with Arena on Xbox Live, featuring events for beginners and pros alike.*
Now Minecraft players on Windows 10 and mobile can host their own multiplayer worlds using the Minecraft Realms service and Xbox Live. Play with friends 24/7 on private, cloud-based servers, even when the original world creator is offline. And with your Xbox Live account, you even can try Minecraft Realms on mobile and Windows 10 free for one month through the Minecraft app.
With the Xbox App, view all your memorable Windows 10 and Xbox One gaming moments in one place. Check out your achievements by game, game clips and screenshots you’ve captured, and all the Gamerscore you’ve earned across all your Windows 10 devices.
Continue the conversation or start new ones by messaging your Xbox Live community across any Windows 10 phone, tablet or PC. Engage with friends to discuss the latest gaming topics, get gaming tips, or join forces for epic gaming adventures all from the Xbox App.
The Xbox App makes it easy to navigate and control your Xbox One. With simple touch and swipe, the Xbox App lets you browse the web on your TV, and access media controls to pause, fast-forward, or rewind your favourite movies and TV shows.
Play Xbox One games in more places at home on a Windows 10 desktop, laptop or tablet. With an Xbox controller and a laptop your Xbox game collection follows you from screen to screen, so you can play Halo in your bedroom, kitchen, or as far as your Wi-Fi will go.1
Join a party chat with your friends while playing the same or even a different game. And invite or join friends in multiplayer games – whether they’re on a Windows 10 PC or an Xbox One.
Team up with friends or compete against them in multiplayer games, wherever they are across Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
Introducing the new Xbox One S, featuring a 40% smaller console, 4K Ultra HD video, High Dynamic Range and a streamlined controller.†
1. Stream to one device at a time with supported games.
*Online multiplayer on Xbox One requires Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately); ISP fees apply
Broadband internet required for some features; ISP fees apply. Xbox Live features, including Game DVR, only available with supported games in Xbox Live-supported countries, see xbox.com/live/countries. Limited number of games available in 2015 support cross-device play; additional games to follow. Stream to one device at a time with supported games; Streaming with multiplayer from Xbox One requires home network connection and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately); Gold also required for multiplayer play on Xbox One. DirectX 12 only available with supported games and graphics chips, see windows.microsoft.com.