Game gifting on Xbox One and Windows 10 is now available for Insiders

By: George Finley
2 minute read
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You can now send amazing gifts to your loved ones through the game gifting feature. The option is available for some Xbox Insider and select Windows 10 users.

You can now gift games to your friends

If you installed one of the new 1710 Xbox One builds, you should see the option of game gifting when you open the Microsoft Store on your console. You can do the same thing if you are using a Windows 10 powered system.

Many gamers have been asking for this excellent feature for a really long time, and we mean many years. Now it has finally made its way out to the Xbox One.

Fortunately, it looks like Microsoft is making sure these days to address a lot of issues before the launch of the Xbox One X because it’s pretty clear that the company wants the console to be the most fantastic system possible where users will be able to do whatever they want.

Microsoft wants Xbox One X users to be able to do anything in terms of gaming, but also regarding sharing games and becoming more social when it comes to gaming because games are the favorite way of spending time of billions of users across the whole world.

It’s not clear which games have the “giftable” feature

Until now it is not very clear which are the games that can be gifted. Some Xbox Play Anywhere titles are giftable, but others aren’t. It’s most likely that this feature of the giftable game will roll out to more games from the Microsoft Store in the following weeks or months.

Probably Microsoft will soon make an official announcement in which the company will offer more detailed information regarding which games will be available for gifting.

Until then, just browse the Microsoft Store and pick a game to gift it to your best friend.

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