After making half-hearted attempts at releasing new games for the PC in the last few years, Microsoft seems to be much more serious about the platform as a avenue for gaming, thanks to Windows 10. The company announced a bunch of games they are either publishing or developing themselves for their PC OS at Gamescom 2015 this week, and many of them are shown in a newly posted video.
All of the games are also being released on the Xbox One, and many of them will support cross-play with their Windows 10 counterparts, such as Fable Legends and Killer Instinct. Other games that are being released on Windows 10 in the coming months include Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Cuphead, Sea of Thieves, Cobalt, Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition, and many more. Perhaps the biggest Windows 10 game announcement this week was Halo Wars 2, which will be out in the fall of 2016 for the Xbox One as well.
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Source: Xbox (YouTube)