The Seattle Times, a major newspaper in the US, accidentally broke an embargo and revealed that Microsoft announced at a press function that Forza Motorsport 6 would be coming to Windows 10 for free as Forza Motorsport 6: Apex. The revelation was a part of Microsoft's new re-commitment to PC gaming.
The article was removed by the Times, but it remains on.
According to the article, Microsoft had been throwing its support behind the Xbox brand to the detriment of PC gamers. Now, the publisher is using the Xbox brand to help grow the PC gaming audience. "Among them is Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, a version of the auto-racing franchise developed by Microsoft-owned Turn 10 Studios. Apex, a slimmed down version of its Xbox cousin, will be released free to users of Windows 10 this spring."
Quantum Break is a strong part of the push, as it'll be a Windows 10 Store exclusive. "Microsoft’s goal is to meet gamers on any device, enabling them to pause a game they were playing on an Xbox and pick up where they left off on a laptop, or, eventually, even more mobile devices," stated Microsoft head Phil Spencer.
The embargo will be lifted in a few hours, and hopefully more details will be revealed then.
UPDATE: The embargo has been lifted, and a trailer for Forza Motorsport 6: Apex has been released.