Last week, during its pre-E3 press conference, Microsoft announced its Xbox Play Anywhere program, in which players can purchase both Xbox One and PC versions of certain games and carry over their progress without missing a beat. Now, it was just a matter of finding out which games would be a part of the program.

Today, we know. Microsoft has confirmed the first games that will be part of the Xbox Play Anywhere campaign, with a few coming in just a few weeks. The titles are below:

-Gears of War 4

-Forza Horizon 3

-ReCore

-Sea of Thieves

-Halo Wars 2

-Scalebound

-Killer Instinct Season 3

-State of Decay 2

-Ark: Survival Evolved

-Cuphead

-We Happy Few

-Crackdown 3

Again, the program works both ways, so if you buy the PC version, you'll get the Xbox One edition for free, and the other way around as well.

Killer Instinct Season 3 should be set for the program shortly (if it's not already), and Forza Horizon 3 and Gears of War 4 should be closely behind.

Be sure to check out our continuing coverage of Microsoft content at Prima, including these new backward compatible titles for Xbox One and the biggest Xbox announcements at E3.