Microsoft Game Dev Blog
Save the dates: Game Stack Live schedule!
Join us on Mixer March 17-18 where we'll be livestreaming content that we planned to share at this year's Game Developers Conference. Starting at 10:00 am PT on the 17th, come learn about the latest cloud and game development technologies from Microsoft, go behind the scenes with the creators at Xbox Game Studios and the ID@Xbox program, and level up with deep technical talks and panel discussions led by industry leaders.
- Mixer: http://mixer.com/GameStackLive
- YouTube: http://msft.it/6009TjCav
Game Stack Live Schedule
Day 1 - March 17, 2020
10:00 Welcome to Game Stack Live!
10:25 How The Coalition built Gears 5 to be more accessible
10:45 Building accessibility into your game - the Xbox Accessibility Guidelines
11:00 Panel: The changing nature of today’s game industry
11:35 Panel: How to be intentionally inclusive in your game design
12:15 What is Microsoft Game Stack?
12:30 The Importance of LiveOps
1:00 Rare: Building Sea of Thieves with a LiveOps Mentality
1:35 What it means to run a game studio – a conversation with Turn 10
2:00 Maximizing impact and reach for your independent games with the ID@Xbox team
Day 2 - March 18, 2020
10:00 Previously on Game Stack Live 10:15 How inXile used creative iteration to drive Wasteland's development
10:40 Panel: How online services are defining the next generation of game development
11:40 Xbox Series X + Project xCloud = New Chapter in Gaming
12:40 The spark of creativity that drives Double Fine
1:20 What’s new in DirectX: Raytracing, mesh shading, and more
And make sure to follow us on Twitter @MSFTGameStack for the latest game development news and information from Microsoft.
//Team Game Stack
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