1. Gears of War: Ultimate Edition:-
This game is available on Windows 10 for the first time. The game is revamped and modernized with stunning 4K resolution and DirectX 12 support. It has unlimited refresh rates and great keyboard and mouse controls. The game got released today on Windows Store for $29.99.
2. Quantum Break:-
Remedy Entertainment has announced that the game will be available for Xbox One and Windows 10 on April 5. Journalists, YouTube personalities and Twitch streamers got hands on experience with the DirectX 12 powered debutant game. Preordering the Xbox One digital version, or purchasing the digital token from retailers or buying the Special Edition Bundle, will provide the Windows 10 version for free on release.
3. Forza Motorsport 6: Apex:-
The ‘not-so straight’ PC port of Forza 6 just got an announcement trailer featuring an exclusive free-to-play Windows 10 version with 4K resolution built using DirectX 12. The change being ‘Drivators’ from Forza 6 Xbox One version will not be ported to PC. The game will launch with 60 cars, 12 theme racing events with optional microtransactions. In future, Forza Motorsport games will be released for both PC and Xbox One.
4. Killer Instinct: Season 3:-
Microsoft Studios have announced that the free-to-play fighting game Killer Instinct will be available on March 29th for both Xbox One and Windows 10. The game will feature cross platform play with 8 new fighters joining the arena. First four characters in the lineup - Kim Wu, Tusk, The Arbiter from the Halo franchise, and Rash from Battletoads- will be available on launch day.
5. Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition:-
Definitive Edition adds extra content to the original award winning game which was demoed at the Xbox Spring Showcase by Microsoft. It adds new areas, story sequences, multiple difficulty modes, fast travel and more new content. It will be released on March 11th for both Xbox One and Windows 10.
There are two major titles showcased by them. ‘Pit People’ from The Behemoth will be arriving first on Xbox One followed by Windows 10. It is a fast paced, turn based Co-op game that will be getting a Closed Beta later this year. The second one is ‘Below’ from Capy that will be available for Xbox One. Players need to depend on the three strategies of Explore, Survive and Discover to ace this game.
7. ‘Minecraft’ with Oculus Rift Support:-
For the first time, Microsoft and Mojang are teaming up to develop Minecraft: Windows 10 edition with Oculus Rift support. Minecraft can be played in Creative or Survival mode in full 3D using the normal Xbox One controller that is available with every rift.
8. Dark Souls III:-
Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls III takes players through an apocalyptic, dark journey to unfold the secrets of the unique universe. It will be available on March 24th in Japan whereas it gets released worldwide on April 12 for both Xbox One and Windows 10.
9. Tom Clancy’s The Division:-
The massive open world RPG game will be releasing on Xbox One and Windows 10 on March 8. Few Players got hands on experience with the game in the recently launched Open Beta in February. The Division will be both chaotic and deadly where agents need to fight through the pandemic ravaged streets of Manhattan city.
Heads Up: Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is available for buy on Windows store right now. Forza Motorsport 6: Apex edition gets a 4K announcement trailer. More games are in the line to be released this Spring for Xbox One and Windows. Stay tuned for more updates.
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