#IDARB coming to Windows 10 with console crossplay


At Microsoft's GDC talk on Xbox and Windows 10, Phil Spencer announced that local multiplayer game #IDARB will be making its way from the Xbox One to Windows 10. #IDARB developers got on stage to demonstrate cross-platform play, with two players on an Xbox One and two players on a Microsoft Surface running Windows 10.

No release date was announced, but since #IDARB is already available on Xbox One, we wouldn't be surprised to see IDARB show up on Windows 10 when it launches later this year.

Wes Fenlon
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