If you had read our previous article in the gaming section, you must have realised that Quantum Break is indeed coming for PC. It turns out Microsoft is making a big effort to grow their gaming ECO-System, and Forza 6 is next on the list. Microsoft has already announced few games that will be making its way to Windows 10. Well, Obviously Quantum Break, Fable Legends, Gears of War and Killer Instinct. Of course, the users will not be able to play these games on the prior version of Windows. This made us wonder if other Xbox One exclusives might make its way to PC.
According to a very reputable site called Windows Central, has reported that Forza 6 and a new racing game ( Probably Forza Horizon 3) are going to be the next Xbox One exclusive to be coming to Windows 10 in the coming months. The site has been reputable in the past, and is known for providing accurate info when it comes to Windows 10 and Windows Phone announcements.
Windows Central also claims that Gears of War 4 and Scalebound may also come to PC as an effort of Microsoft to beef up its gaming Eco-System with Windows Store as the official outlet. It seems that Microsoft is trying their best to make people move to Windows 10 and the developers to utilise the new DirectX12. Of course, there will be a slight improvement over quality and 4K support, but there will be no exclusive features or DLCs in the PC version of the game.
Gamers are a bit skeptical if Microsoft will release all of their Xbox exclusives on PC just like that. Because the only reason people buy Xbox One, is because of their exclusives like Forza and Halo. Otherwise, people might just settle for PS4 as it has better hardware and beats Xbox One in terms of Quality and Performance. It is surely a Yay for the PC gamers and a disappointment for the Xbox One owners as they pay 50 USD per year for Xbox Live while PC gamers don’t have to pay a penny for online content.
With already Xbox One exclusives like Quantum Break and Rise of Tomb Raider making theirway to PC, we hope the future Microsoft games to release simultaneously on both platforms. Microsoft are set to hold an Xbox One and Windows 10 gaming press event later this month to detail their Spring line-up for both platforms. That’s where we’ll most likely see the announcement of future Windows 10 releases.