Microsoft’s innovative open world game creation tool Project Spark has gotten huge attention since its unveil last year, and numerous Windows 8.1 users managed to get into last year’s beta to give it a try. Now, Xbox One owners will get a turn.

This week, the beta finally launched for Microsoft’s newest game console, and enables users to create games on Windows 8.1 to play on their system – or the other way around, if they prefer.

So far, the beta is quite popular, with over 250,000 sign-ups, according to Microsoft. “Hundreds” more are signing on to the list daily as well. The beta is limited to certain challenges, in order to keep it running efficiently enough to keep it from going into service overload. However, those who sign up will certainly get something out of the experience.

Interested players can sign up for the beta here.

Source: TechCrunch