Play co-op using two screens (Xbox One + Windows 10)
For example: in CoD we have split screen right? We don't we split between the PC and XBOX ONE? The experience will be 10 times better. A lot of games has offline coop (this is the thing that I most love about consoles), like Forza 5, Diablo 3...
Imagine if my brother is using my laptop in the room and I am on the living room using the xbox one and we like to play a COOP in CoD/Forza. That would be AWSOME. We are offline, we are in the same house and We don't need to use the same device. It's like a LAN for 2 ppl
The Angel One x commented
I could see this being done with someone playing the windows 10 version of the game and the Xbox one playing locally. That would be cool I guess.
i think to have this option would be cool.
I'm not sure it would work, but if you have two monitors you can try to setup spanning so Windows thinks it's one monitor and stream with the Xbox APP in full screen.
I know in the NVIDIA Control panel there is a setting for this. I don't know if it would work for with the xbox app or horizontal split screen (top/bottom), but this works great for vertical split screen(left/right). The Steam version of Rocket League Is much better with two players this way because they each get one monitor.
This would be epic!
please i would love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
OMG yes sooo kool
Sir Keillas commented
This would be an even better idea if the Xbox One or the next console had two HDMI cables, so that you could use two monitors or maybe two TV's. Don't know how hard that would be on the hardware though...
This would be an excellent feature for those that like to play local coop. It would make it easier to concentrate on your game.
Unlike a lot of the comments, i'm willing to say this is entirely possible! The game resolution would have to be lowered. The only problem i see is Audio, But even that could be rectified with some Channel Voodoo. The real issue here is how Niche of a use this is. A Lot of work on developers, Microsoft and game devs alike would need to support this. It just isnt practical, for like 10~ People who would actually end up using it.
This wouldn't work since then the Xbox would need to render 2 full sized different screens. Maybe with the Scorpio but not the current Xbox One, it's not powerful enough
would love to see this made possible
That would be perfect for my brother and I since I usually am on my pc and he's on the xbox. Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if I were to stream a coop game to my computer would I be able to play on my pc and my brother play on the xbox (both monitors show both screens) at the same time?
They already have streaming, all they would have to do is find away to differentiate which player is on which device and presto, one guy is on the xbox - the other is on the PC
Just bought my first xbox one and was sad to see this wasn't already available.
This would be amazing. Would love to be able to play coop games with my kid on their xbox one while I use my windows 10 pc. Even if over the internet.
To pay,but computer Windows10 cannot use Microsoft's value is getting worse,Bazaar Windows10 Professional digital software,no key, login account after new install to $6999 Winsows10 Plus purchase PPro== Microsoft began cheating?
What ever happened to the idea of xbox on pc??????????
Come on xbox team, this was one of your advertising ideas!!!
Mentos XLR8 commented
We need some votes here for adding Offline support for Microsoft's Project Scorpio coming in 2017. This is their chance to bring offline features back like they did on Xbox 360 (achievements profiles, etc.) Xbox One is too dependable online. https://xbox.uservoice.com/forums/363186--new-ideas/suggestions/14933967-add-offline-features-for-project-scorpio
KSI AtomXGen commented
I wonder if you can accomplish this now with Play Anywhere titles.