If you were hoping to one day bring your Xbox gaming life to your low-power gaming PC, now, you can. While it has been up on the web for a while, you can now get it via the Windows 10 Xbox app (if you're an Xbox Insider), and hey, it's pretty good.
A new update is rolling out for Xbox consoles with a new "suspend game" feature for downloads and more Xbox Game Pass collections, alongside plans from the Xbox team to update the Xbox mobile app with Achievements and leaderboards for games.
Microsoft has started recommending Xbox Console Companion users make the switch to its new Xbox PC app. The newer app gives you access to Xbox Game Pass titles, but still lacks several features found in the Console Companion app.
Finally, Microsoft has created a PC game store for Windows that doesn't suck. It's currently in a testing beta state, but it's already better than the Microsoft Store. Here's a look at the new Xbox app.
If you've been following Microsoft's moves for its Windows 10 Xbox integration, this is probably no surprise. The Windows 10 Xbox app is getting a rebrand, as Microsoft shifts more of its features to the new Windows 10 Game Bar.