During his talk at GDC, Phil Spencer revealed that Microsoft Studios is developing first party games for HoloLens. During the demo of HoloLens in January, Microsoft showed a Minecraft like game which user can play. Based on Phil Spencer’s info, looks like Microsoft has many Xbox games in development for HoloLens based on their Holographic platform.
As announced on January 21, Microsoft HoloLens is the world’s first fully untethered holographic computer running Windows 10. Developers in the Windows ecosystem will be able to create games to reach the masses through a system where they can designate their game’s distribution even for future devices – devices like Microsoft HoloLens. The reaction to Microsoft HoloLens has been incredible. While there are going to be many uses and industries that take advantage of Microsoft HoloLens and everything that holographic computing has to offer, gaming is a huge opportunity.
Game developers who are interested in developing games for HoloLens are encouraged to join the Windows Insider Program to get the holographic APIs when available. Microsoft will share more details on it at Build 2015.