It’s been a while since Microsoft officially announces its ultimate ambition of unifying the Windows Store and Xbox Store to the world, and it seems to finally be happening this year with the Windows 10 Anniversary update. While you wait, here’s something to get your excitement up: there’s a new version of the Windows Store with Universal Xbox One games included in the works, reports MSPoweruser.
The titles whose presence have been confirmed reportedly include Overwatch Beta, Metro Redux Bundle, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection Digital, as with apps like EA Access Vault. According the original Russian news source OneTile, the new Windows Store version is not yet available to Insiders, and all the games are also currently hidden.
Nevertheless, the news should be a firm indication that Microsoft is committed to merging the two Stores. With the Anniversary Update set for a July release, Insiders can expect a sneak peek of the new Store experience in the near future.
Image credits: OneTileFurther reading: Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Xbox One