Microsoft first introduced its Xbox Game Preview feature at E3 last year, allowing Xbox One owners to act as beta testers for games that are still being developed. PC gaming, in particular Steam, has had similar "early access" programs for years, and now Microsoft is bringing its own Xbox Game Preview version over to the world of Windows 10.
The first title to debut on Xbox Game Preview for Windows 10 will be Everspace later this year, but Microsoft is promising "there will be many more to come." Microsoft announced its Xbox Game Preview for Windows 10 as part of the company's limited presence at Gamescom in Germany today. The software giant isn't holding a press conference at Gamescom like it has done in recent years, but it's promising "more exciting announcements this week and beyond."