Next year, in the spring, Microsoft will be releasing a new update for Windows 10 that they are calling the Creators update. Earlier this year, the company announced several new features are coming to the platform (a few enterprise enhancements too) and at WinHEC last week, they detailed a more bits of information about the initiatives for gaming on Windows 10 and Xbox.
In a session called Graphics and Gaming Investments in Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has highlighted where it is investing for the Creators update and how this translates into enhancements for the user.
Microsoft is continuing to heavily push its Xbox Play Anywhere experience. For those not familiar, this is a feature where you can purchase a game on the Xbox and then play it on your PC without having to buy the game again. The company is working to extend this type of experience with Xbox accessories too with the addition of more peripherals supporting Xbox Wireless.