The software giant has previously uncovered that WP 7.5 will feature companion support for its Xbox 360 gaming console. The company is somehow on the verge of pushing that support to the mass market-level.
And the recent uncovering of HTC’s latest Radar which is powered with WP 7.5, it was demonstrated by the company in Hong Kong and this phone also supports the kinect game technology as well which has been demonstrated in the video too. Last month, Microsoft came up with something like that, integration for Kinect technology at the event of Game fest which held in Seattle.
Microsoft seems interested in joining Windows Phone and Xbox 360′s gaming through QR codes and then these two separate devices will be linked with each other. This support will also be seen in action on Microsoft’s latest Xbox 360 dashboard which will start beta testing next month. This type of gaming experience will be called ‘connected companion experience’ that software giant is wishing to get in future for Kinect and Windows Phone titles.
The company previously broken the ice by stated that they’re up with variety of plans for Windows Phone users to link them with Xbox 360 games. Kinect Adventures were also demonstrated by the company and this is how the story had unfolded.