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Microsoft had earlier announced that it is rolling out Xbox Play Anywhere Program which will allow users to buy and play cross platform games on Xbox One or Windows PCs. The company is now rolling out a new update for its Windows Store which will now allow any Xbox One or Xbox 360 Backward Compatible game to be purchased from a Windows 10 PC via the Store.

After the latest Store update users will now find an “Available on” filter when trying to search for a particular game. Using this users can find and buy any Xbox Play Anywhere titles but also games that works only on Xbox.

Microsoft had earlier revealed its plans of combining both the Windows And Xbox Stores which would provide a seamless experience to users. With the latest update Microsoft has now made it easy for users to purchase games for Xbox One via the Windows Store.

The latest updates for the Store is currently being rolled out for Windows 10 PC users. Do let us know if you happen to receive the update in the comments below.

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