Anonymous sources told The Verge that Microsoft demonstrated Halo 4 streamed from the cloud to a low-end PC and Windows Phone while using an Xbox controller.
According to the source, the streaming service would allow Windows devices to stream games, and that the streaming was smooth.
If the rumors are true, this could possibly allow for Xbox One games to become backward compatible with the Xbox 360 and so on.
The move would also introduce a competing service to the PlayStation 4’s Gaikai streaming service, which Sony acquired in July 2012.
As of right now, Gaikai’s streaming service would allow for PlayStation, PS2, and PS3 games to be played on the PS4 while also allowing for remote play with the PS Vita.
The Xbox One hits shelves in the U.S. and 12 other –– mostly European –– markets on Nov. 22. The PS4 launches in North America on Nov. 15, Europe on Nov. 29 and Japan in February.