As Microsoft continues to evolve Windows 10 and the Xbox Play Anywhere program, the company is taking new steps to provide a better experience for gamers on Windows 10. Redmond today announced that Windows 10 users can now buy any game for their Xbox One from their Windows 10 PC via the Windows Store.
The Windows Store now includes a new “Available on” filter for games which enables users to choose between Desktop or Xbox games on the search results. From there, you can find any game you want and install it on your Xbox One. In the past, Xbox One owners have been able to buy games that are part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program from the Windows Store — but with the new update, you will also be able to buy games that are only on the Xbox One. This includes games like Battlefield 1, Yooka-Laylee, Ori and the Blind Forest, and literally everything else that you can buy from the Xbox One Store.
Microsoft has been making quite substantial changes to the Windows Store lately in order to provide a better experience for gamers who own a Windows 10 PC and an Xbox One. Redmond recently added the ability to install any Universal Windows Application from the PC on an Xbox One, and the ability to buy Xbox One games from the PC takes things a step further.