The last few Windows 10 preview builds have included some vague instructions from Microsoft to install a special edition of a game, State of Decay, and report any problems with the process. "You'll need to have a PC on a version of Windows 10 from the Windows Insider program that is 18329 or higher in order to participate in this playtest".
The game installer is also an.xvc file format, which was introduced by Microsoft back in 2013 and used particularly for Xbox One games.
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Additionally, the State of Decay installation does an old-fashioned DirectX install - the type of install you'd see outside the Windows Store. The journalist noticed an interesting detail: it turns out the game is not downloaded from the Microsoft Store server, but directly from the Xbox Live server.
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WalkingCat, a Twitter user who is well known for digging into Microsoft's software for clues about what the company is planning, noted that xsapi.dll = Durango Storage API, XCrdApi.dll = Durango XCRDAPI are referenced in the files, and Durango was famously Microsoft's codename for the Xbox One. While the Xbox One is a pretty powerful console, one of the issues people have had with it is the lack of good exclusives that come with the console. That means PowerShell can now install Xbox games.