For a couple of months now Microsoft has been running a public preview program for the new software that it’s working on. It has already released public preview builds of Windows 10 for PCs and smartphones but so far the company has not revealed when the new software is going to get a beta build on Xbox One. There’s new information regarding that, Windows 10 beta for Xbox One is destined to arrive “post-summer.”
Microsoft made it clear very early on that Xbox One is going to support Windows 10, support for Universal Apps was also mentioned but the company didn’t specifically detail the capacity in which Xbox One is going to support the new software.
Xbox head Phil Spencer was asked on Twitter if he had any idea when the Xbox One Windows 10 beta will be out, to which Spencer replied “it will be post-summer.”
Microsoft plans on launching Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile to consumers this summer which means that it might turn its attention towards the Xbox One after it’s done with all that.
Granted that Spencer’s reply doesn’t really reveal much about Windows 10 support on Xbox One, but at least it does provide us a timeframe in which to expect some movement with regards to Windows 10 on the company’s gaming console.