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Microsoft has confirmed that the company’s next-generation operating system will offer a free-market gaming platform, and it will be available for Windows 10 PCs, tablets and phones as soon as the next major release of the operating system.
The announcement comes on the same day that Microsoft revealed that it will launch its first free-roaming Xbox gaming platform.
According to a Microsoft blog post, the free-ranging Xbox will offer players a wide variety of games, including the likes of “Titanfall”, “Destiny” and “Minecraft”.
It will be possible to “pick and choose” the games you want to play, and will be able to play all of them, according to Microsoft.
Players will be given access to both Xbox Live and Xbox Music, and can stream games from the internet and play them from the couch.
Players can also play with friends on the free roaming Xbox, as well as “friends-only” Xbox Live.
The free-floating Xbox will be released “later this year” and will launch on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft says.
Microsoft says that it has “no plans” to “compete with the likes” of PlayStation, but that it does not expect to “sell the game of the year to the same player who just bought the game for $60”.
The announcement of the free market in the Xbox gaming arena comes on a day when Microsoft announced that it would launch a new app store called “The Windows Store”.
Microsoft says it will continue to “offer apps for free” in the Windows Store, but it will not be offering “apps for free in Windows 10”.
“The Windows App Store is going to continue to be a place for great, free apps,” Microsoft wrote.
Microsoft also said that it is “actively exploring” creating a new “Windows Store” for iOS, Android and Windows 8.
Microsoft has been looking to free-launch the next-gen Xbox platform for some time now, and has hinted that a new free-standing operating system might be coming in the future.
Microsoft’s new free market platform is likely to be announced at its Build conference in June.
Microsoft will also make the announcement of a new Windows 10 app store available to the public in the US and Europe in the coming months, according the blog post.
Microsoft is currently in the process of creating its own “Windows 10 App Store” which will allow developers to “provide developers with a consistent, easy-to use, and powerful platform to build great apps for Windows”.