Microsoft is finally unifying the Xbox Store and Windows Store

In addition to all the other great updates, including the Xbox app with 60 FPS game clip support, Cortana, and more coming to Xbox One this summer, Microsoft will also be bringing the Xbox Store and Windows Store together to create one place to get everything you need for Windows 10.

Xbox and Windows Store unify into one experience: We’re working hard to combine the best of the Xbox Store and Windows Store to give gamers a single cohesive experience across their devices. On Xbox One, we’ve streamlined the shopping experience to help you find the games you love faster and at the best prices. You’ll be able to filter, browse and search results by genre, read reviews written by fellow gamers – including those voted “most helpful” by the Xbox Live community, easily recognize what titles are on sale with strikethrough pricing in lists, and more. We’ve also added several new channels to help you discover the content you love even faster. On the Windows Store, we’re adding support so gamers can browse and purchase bundles, episodic games, season passes, virtual currency and other game add-ons and DLC.

Now it will be easier to get what you need for Xbox One and Windows 10 in one unified store experience. Games, apps, movies, and TV shows will be available in one place for whatever Windows 10 device you use.

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