Microsoft plans to have more integration between the Xbox One and PC platforms with the incoming release of Windows 10.

Xbox spokes man Larry Hryb (better known by his alias Major Nelson) stated in a blog post that these features will be implemented this month. These features are to include a “My Games” list that organizes your games bought in the Windows Store, game hubs for streaming Xbox One games to your PC, and “Showcase to Windows” which lets you view your friends’ recent activities as well as share Game DVR clips.

Windows 10 launches on July 29th and will be a free upgrade for all Windows 7 and 8 users for the first year of release.

Microsoft’s attempt to unify the Xbox One and Windows Store fronts are certainly interesting, but only time will tell if this will leave an impact.

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