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Microsoft Isn’t Buying Into Epic Store Exclusivity, Promises More Games Coming to Steam

Microsoft has further pledged their support for bringing their first party games to Steam.

The news comes after the company announced they’re bringing the Xbox Games Pass to Windows PC, enabling Windows 10 users to get instant access to over a hundred titles included in the subscription.

Alongside the news for Xbox Game Pass coming to PC was the company reiterating their commitment to bringing games to Steam, including Gears 5 and Age of Empires III, and III: Definitive Editions. They also pledged to add full support for Win32 games on the Microsoft Store.

This is a change of pace when many other publishers and developers have been jumping at timed or full exclusive PC releases, on the Epic Games Store.

How do you feel about Microsoft sticking by Steam, instead of running to the Epic Games Store? Sound off in the comments below!

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Brandon Orselli

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