Microsoft has announced it will extend its online gaming service for its Xbox consoles to all those gamers who use Windows PCs to play games over the Internet. News that is sure to please gamers like singer Natasha Bedingfield (seen here) and fabulous geeky gamer girls like Ingrid Diaz of Play Girlz.
Xbox Live, Microsoft’s online gaming network that serves some six million Xbox users, is scheduled on May 8 to open its basic and premium features to online PC gamers. Live gamers will be able to easily find and play supported titles online with their friends across a Windows computer or an Xbox 360. The service will be available in every country and region supported today by Xbox Live. For a full gallery of Natasha getting her game on and more about this program,
Debuting on May 8, 2007, with the launch of the Windows Vista version of the Xbox blockbuster “Halo 2,” Games for Windows — LIVE will connect Windows gamers to over six million gamers already in the Xbox LIVE community. Then, launching in June, “Shadowrun” will for the first time connect Windows gamers with Xbox 360 players in cross-platform matches using a single service. “UNO,” releasing later in 2007, will also support cross-platform play between Windows and Xbox 360.