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    So you have a shiny new game on the Windows 10 Microsoft Store, but don't know how to get multiplayer working? We're here to help.
    The Microsoft Store for Windows 10 doesn't offer the most intuitive experience, but it does the job (most of the time). Various games like Sea of Thieves and State of Decay 2 require Xbox Live access to work, even if you don't own an Xbox console.
    Games with Xbox Live integration utilize the Xbox platform to set up their matchmaking and multiplayer systems. If you're confused about how this works, we have a quick guide to help you get up and running.


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    05-18-2018 02:10 PM

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