The first wave of PC gaming software is coming soon, with Microsoft announcing today that the company is releasing pre-order software for most of its next generation products.
The software, called Microsoft Store Preview, is a preview of software available for download through Microsoft’s own Store and is aimed at developers and publishers who are interested in getting the most out of the next generation of Microsoft products.
It includes titles like Gears of War 4 and Assassin’s Creed Unity, as well as some of the company’s own games.
The software is also compatible with Xbox One S, Xbox One X, and Xbox One and Windows 10.
For those of you who want to jump right in, Microsoft has also provided pre-orders for its new console, Xbox Scorpio.
The pre-ordering platform allows players to get their hands on the system, pre-installed with games, and get access to early access to Xbox Live Arcade.
Microsoft has also made its console pre-ordered through its Xbox store, which allows players with a qualifying Xbox Live Gold membership to pick up a copy of the system for $499.99.
That’s only the beginning of the pre-sale for the Xbox Scorpios, with other console tiers set to begin in the coming weeks.
Pre-orders also go live in other Microsoft-published games like Gears 5 and Watch Dogs 2, which have both been available for purchase for weeks on the Xbox Store.
Microsoft’s Scorpio will launch in the second half of the year, although it’s unclear whether it will include a Blu-ray drive or something similar.