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Friday, 06 September 2013 07:39

Looking to the cloud for games past

Written by David Stellmack

360 backward compatibility could be possible

Microsoft’s Xbox Senior Director of Product Planning and Management, Albert Penello has told GameSpot that Xbox 360 backward compatibility via the cloud is absolutely possible. This is not saying that Microsoft will invest the development time in doing it or that it is in development right now, but it is possible to do using the cloud.

Penello goes on to say in the interview with GameSpot that defining the cloud to consumers is difficult to describe to people and it is not yet defined on how the cloud will be used with the Xbox One. The ability to handle complex processing and delivering the result to the Xbox One opens up an number of possibilities that developers have not even figured out yet to leverage.

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