Microsoft announced a bunch of amazing Xbox One exclusive titles which are officially making their way to PCs, in other words Windows 10 machines this year.
While Xbox owners are not so happy in losing their exclusivity to some of the most wanted titles, it is something PC gamers would enjoy because of the powerful hardware they might own or simply to enjoy something that was not allowed on Windows machines in over a decade.
Gears of War 4
The biggest exclusive of them all is Gears of War 4. It supports play anywhere feature which stands for cross platform purchase. When you buy the game on any of the platform, be it the Windows store or the Xbox marketplace, it is going to be available on both platforms at once. People can pay $60 and own the game on two different platforms making it an absolutely amazing deal. Besides, the Xbox controller will remain the same irrespective of the platform of your choice that would make Gears of War totally addictive.
Forza Horizon 3
An exclusive Xbox title which is going to find its way to Windows 10 PCs for the first time. Forza has always been a celebrated racing simulator on Microsoft platforms. However, it was never meant to be in computers until the company changed its decision and decided to bring in more players for cross platform play. This is another play anywhere title which grants you access to the game on both platforms. Forza Horizon 3 releases on September 27.
Halo Wars 2
This is definitely not Halo 5 Guardians but Halo Wars 2 is a good addition for PCs. The first person shooter series, Halo has been around for a long time now. Windows gamers have always wanted it and we really hope they would roll out Halo 5 Guardians to PC in the near future. It may annoy fans of the series but good news for others.
Sea of Thieves
The gameplay video showcased during Microsoft’s E3 2016 conference was fun, colorful and addictive. The game is about pirate and is supposed to give a virtual reality like experience to the players. If you own a HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, this might be an apt title to go for. Game is scheduled to get launched sometime next year.
Other Xbox One exclusives coming to PC includes Dead Rising 4, Scalebound, State of Decay 2, Cuphead, Recore and ARK Survival Evolved.