Microsoft’s Project Spark was one of those games that generated a ton of questions after its E3 reveal. The big one? “What is Project Spark?”
Is Project Spark a level designer? Is it creative art software? Is it an action game? After seeing the game in action, it’s clear that Project Spark will ultimately become a product of whatever creative players are able to do with it in the future, which is why it’s difficult to define it in its current state.
And now Team Dakota, the studio behind the game, is ready to stream a deeper look at how it works later today.
Henry Sterchi, Project Spark’s creative director, and community manager Mike Lescault, will be streaming the live demo on their Twitch TV channel at 6:30 p.m. Central. The pair will be showing off new content, including never-before-seen tools and levels and the demo will end with a Q&A session.