Microsoft Pushes to Support More for Windows 10

Microsoft Pushes to Support More for Windows 10
A screenshot from "Forza Motorsport 6: Apex," which is coming out for Windows 10.Credit: Microsoft

At the Microsoft event last week, Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, came up and explained that he and his team are completely committed to broadening the PC-gaming space.

With a whole lineup of games for both Xbox One and Windows 10 this spring, along with a series of updates for both platforms, Microsoft is really trying to bridge PC players and console players.

“At Xbox we believe gamers should be able to play the games they want, with the people they want, on the devices they want,” Spencer said. “Making more of our popular games available for gamers to play on either Xbox One or Windows 10, each powered by Xbox Live, is another important step towards this vision. We are committed to delivering amazing gaming experiences for gamers who play on consoles, PCs or both.”

Among the stellar lineup of games for Windows 10 comes Forza Motorsport 6: Apex. While a slimmer version of the game, it comes completely free of charge. Also take a look for Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, available on the Windows store now. The third season of Killer Instinct will be dropping later this month for both Xbox One and Windows 10. PC players will also be able to get their hands on Dark Souls 3 when it launches March 24.

Be on the lookout for future updates between the Xbox One and Windows 10.

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