Microsoft made the announcement on the Edge Dev team Twitter page, adding that Windows Insiders will get first crack at these extensions before they are released for all Windows 10 users:
We're happy to announce that we're working with uBlock Origin, Ghostery, & Turn Off the Lights to bring their extensions to Microsoft Edge!— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) September 23, 2016
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