In celebration of the news that the Window 8 beta for Project Spark
finally opened up yesterday
, Team Dakota has released another dev stream, by far one of their longest yet, to commemorate the milestone. In the newest iteration of these streams, the team continues to play around with the world, showing off the vast amount of things that users will be able to think up and do. This time around that even includes bouncing a house around that attaches to anything it hits, which is viewable at 9:30 of the video.
To reiterate, the beta for Windows 8 is now live, and if you haven't signed up for it yet you can still do so here
. A beta on the Xbox One is still planned to take place sometime early in 2014. To clear up some of the questions from yesterday's article, there does not seem to be any distinction of platform in the beta signups. Simply meaning that if you sign up for the beta at the link, you are seemingly signed up for the beta on all platforms universally. If at some point a separate signup for a Xbox One beta becomes available we'll be sure to let you know.
The full version of Project Spark
does not yet have a confirmed release date, but will be available on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows 8.