Project Spark beta expands to Xbox One today
Microsoft and Team Dakota today extend the “Project Spark” Beta Program onto Xbox One, enabling more fans and creators to have a direct impact on the final build.
Since the “Project Spark” Beta released on Windows 8.1 devices in December 2013, more than 250,000 fans signed up - with hundreds of new requests daily - taking advantage of the game’s revolutionary toolset to create custom adventures and unique worlds such as “Pinball Raid!,” “Blaze Jumper,” and “Colour.”
Exclusively on Windows 8.1 and now available on Xbox One, eager fans can join a dynamic development community of designers to create, explore and play within their own world, or jump into other community-creations to modify and collaborate on a game for endless possibilities. With cross-platform capabilities and through the power of Cloud Saving, “Project Spark” creators can build on a Windows 8.1 device, and then pick-up a controller to continue playing on Xbox One or vice versa.
The Beta Program enables creators to use “Project Spark’s” developer-grade toolset on both Windows 8.1 and Xbox One platforms, available until the product launches later this year. Explore the infinite possibilities of “Project Spark” and help Team Dakota discover opportunities to bring the digital canvas experience to the next level of world-creation games.
CREATE. Enjoy special access to the ultimate interactive digital playground for fans and creators. Use the power of your own creativity, storytelling and personality to build unique and instantly playable levels, games and worlds.
PLAY. Experience hundreds of never-before-played games, give feedback and comments on gameplay, and even remix other user’s games with a personal twist.
SHARE. Creations can be shared with Team Dakota and other Beta participants within the community. Share your creations with others around the world and be among the first to leave your mark on this groundbreaking digital canvas.
To join the “Project Spark” Beta, visit https://joinprojectspark.com/ to sign up today. Users with access to the Windows 8.1 Beta Program will also receive access to the Xbox One Beta Program.