Microsoft Will Announce More Xbox One Games Coming To The PC In The Next Few Months

At this year’s E3, Microsoft revealed that Gears of War Ultimate Collection and Killer Instict are coming to Windows 10. Naturally, a lot of gamers are not convinced about Microsoft’s intentions, which is why they’ve been asking for even more Xbox One games coming to the PC. And according to Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda, the company will announce more PC games in the coming months.

As Kudo Tsunoda told MaximumPCMag when asked about Halo or Tomb Raider coming to the PC:

“You know we can’t have any announcements about that stuff today, but for sure there is going to be a lot more, you know, a lot more announcements coming as we roll towards Gamescom.”

So far, three Xbox One titles are coming to the PC. These are Fable Legends, Killer Instict and Gears of War Ultimate Edition. Both Fable Legends and Killer Instict will support cross-platform play between Xbox One and PC.

You can view the complete interview below.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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