We reported last week that PC games purchased on the Windows Store are missing some pretty big features like no full-screen mode, no ability to turn V-sync off, no SLI or CrossFire support, and no support for modding. This long list of missing features are deal breakers for many gamers, but it looks like Microsoft is acknowledging these short-comings and is working towards updating the Windows Store to fix them.
Digital game downloads is a big business and anyone can see from the growth of Steam over the past few years. EA jumped on the bandwagon with Origin, and now we have uPlay, Epic Games Launcher and much more. Now Microsoft wants to get in on the action by making the Microsoft Store (which is in Windows 10). The Microsoft Store will serve both sales and DRM roles. More competition in the marketplace is good right? Well as one reddit user found out games purchased through the Microsoft Store are missing many things we expect in AAA releases.