time：02-04 04:00 source：Internet
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in an interview with the media a few days ago that games will drive Microsoft's business transformation. It was also Nadella's first interview with the media since Microsoft agreed to buy game developer Activision Blizzard for $75 billion last month. Because users will spend more of their time in the metaverse, Nadella said, technology originally developed for video games will one day shape much of Microsoft's software and be at the heart of the next big computing platform. Nadella also said that boosting its game-building capabilities is close to the company's original business of creating software tools for developers. This will allow Microsoft to "democratize game building, which is only possible today in the context of entertainment." In the future, the same technology will "bring it to anyone who wants to build any space and bring people, places and things together." Digital." We can start dreaming that through the metaverse, I can actually be in the game, just like I can have a meeting with you in a conference room. This manifests itself in different contexts.