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    Finally, Microsoft has created a PC game store for Windows that doesn't suck. It's currently in testing, but it's already better than the Microsoft Store. Here's a look at the new Xbox app.
    For years, users have been mocking Microsoft's half-hearted efforts at creating a PC gaming store for its Windows platform (myself included). Finally, Microsoft reacted. Say hi to the new Xbox app for Windows 10, simply called "Xbox" right now, it incorporates Xbox Game Pass for PC, and (almost) the entire catalog of core PC titles offered via Microsoft's own store.
    It's very early days, still in a beta phase, but it's already far superior to the regular Windows 10 Microsoft Store for browsing PC games and is well worth trying out if you're on the May 2019 Windows 10 (1903) update or above. You can grab it in the Microsoft Store here, or bundled with an update assistant for Windows 10 here.
    Netflix for PC games

    Xbox Game Pass for PC


    From $5/mo at Microsoft
    Endless fun
    Microsoft's high-value PC game subscription service provides some unprecendented value for those looking to try out new games.

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    07-24-2019 08:11 AM

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