Earlier this week, Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, attended the PC Gaming Show at E3. At the show he explained that he was on stage this year because there have been "times in our past where Microsoft has maybe lost our way with PC gaming". After detailing the plans that Microsoft has for mending the links between console and PC gaming, Spencer went on to confirm that a popular Xbox One title will be made available on Windows 10.
The Iron Galaxy Studios-developed fighting title Killer Instinct
is currently in the development pipeline for release on Windows 10.
Further to Phil Spencer's announcement, Rod Fergusson has also revealed that the recently announced Gears of War: Ultimate Edition
will come to Windows 10 boasting "five brand-new campaign chapters and heart-pounding, 60 frames-per-second multiplayer action across 19 maps", as well as "painstakingly remastered" graphics.
Windows 10 is due to roll out globally on July 29th. There are no details as yet regarding release dates for the two Windows 10 releases.