- Soon (maybe before December 8), the Xbox app for PC should receive an update.
- It will allow you to freely install games from Microsoft Store and Xbox Game Pass to any folder with unlimited access.
- This will allow easier modification of addresses.
The installation and subsequent use of games purchased from the Microsoft Store or available from Xbox Game Pass is not very convenient on a PC. It is true that the Xbox app available for PC offers quite a bit, but it still lacks a lot of functionality that the competition, like Steam, does. However, the Redmond giant has no intention of being left behind and is working to make its services work in the best possible way. as had brought Verge Service (and later confirmed by Microsoft itself), Some changes to the Xbox app are currently being tested internally and will be made available to members of the Xbox Insider Program soon. However, its beta version is likely to appear before December 8, that is, before the premiere of the multiplayer game infinite aura.
So what can we expect? First of all, the option to freely install games from Microsoft Store and Xbox Game Pass to any folder with unlimited access. Why is it so important? It basically provides comfort. In addition, opening these sites for file manipulation (previously it was a huge problem due to restrictions imposed by Windows) makes it easy to load mods, which, as you know, are very important for many enthusiasts, for example The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. In more detail, this feature is discussed in the following video published by Microsoft.
Furthermore, as reported by The Verge, Soon you will see options to scan and repair files in the Xbox app, Which is supposed to support, for example, creating game backups. It should also be easy to carry installed games between discs.
However, of course, this is not the end. As Jason Beaumont of Microsoft confirms, In the near future, the Xbox app for PC should also get better optimization and become more suitable for game developers. Better times are sure to approach her, then.
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