Play Anywhere, for the uninitiated, is Microsoft’s branding for a feature that lets you buy a game once and play it on both Xbox One and a Windows 10 PC. Rather than signalling a shift in policy, Microsoft Xbox head Phil Spencer said the change in wording is simply to give leeway in case there’s a “unique game [that’s] not right for all devices.” Microsoft still intends to bring its franchises to both Xbox One and Windows 10 in the future, he continued, so don’t give up on playing Halo 6 on your PC just yet.

If you’re confused about what will and won’t be part of Play Anywhere, Microsoft has a pretty comprehensive list on the feature’s microsite.