One of the gripes about Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform (UWP) is that it offered very little support for games. Microsoft listened to the feedback and promised it would add gradually add features, and today the software giant delivers a piece of this by rolling out a Windows 10 update that allows for V-Sync control, unlocked framerates, and support for the FreeSync and G-Sync technologies.
The only catch is that game developers will need to issue patches for UWP games to enable these features. The patch will be rolled out gradually via Windows Update.
Microsoft has promised updates to its UWP titles, telling us to expect Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and the Forza Motorsport 6 Apex beta to be patched imminently. Now might be a good time to test out UWP - Turn 10's first foray into PC gaming is free to download and an absolute joy.