Game gifting is one of the highest requested features in Xbox history, and it's going to be available - at the very least in preview - very soon.
It sounds like keyboard and mouse support for Xbox One is coming out soon - and Microsoft will leave the decision on whether games support it up to developers. Still, he said that Microsoft would let the developers decide whether to implement a support for a PC control scheme.
It might be odd to be wondering just when mouse and keyboard support will be coming to at least one console officially, but Microsoft has been pretty adamant that they want to support the alternative control method on the Xbox One for some time now. In the case of a competitive multiplayer game, Microsoft will encourage devs to offer gamers the option of playing with other keyboard and mouse users or only those that use a controller (or, if you're feeling adventurous, anyone).
For now though the Redmond based giants are busy balancing the keyboard and mouse setup by crossplaying Gears Of War 4.
Ybarra said: "We have to be very smart in how we do that".
It'll likely take some time before mouse and keyboard support is fully ready for Xbox, but for now, it's definitely on the way. A lot of people tweet me and say 'you can't do this because of fairness, ' and we understand that. The other feature is on "the list of things we need to get to", meaning that it doesn't seem to be in development at the moment.
The answer came from a videogame box back cover where we can clearly see that there is a special indication for the new console. "We run two platforms; the Xbox platform, and the Windows platform".
"So you'll see our first games supporting keyboard and mouse soon".
According to Greenberg, Microsoft expected the initial allocation of Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition to last for a certain amount of time, but it did not last that long.