Windows Store Weekly: 5 new titles to check out this weekend
A variety of content was added to the Windows Store this week, from a new game to a new comedy film, check out our roundup below.
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition – Buy the game for $29.99
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition arrived in the Windows Store this week. Playable for the first time on Windows 10 and remade from the ground-up, the game features amazing 4k resolution built with DirectX 12, unlocked refresh rates and controller and mouse and keyboard controls.
Dropbox – Free
Dropbox released their app for Windows 10 PCs and tablets back in January and this week their app for Windows 10 phones became available in the Windows Store. Dropbox is free to download and makes storing and sharing files, photos and videos easy.
Reading Collections for National Read Across America Day
Sisters – Buy the movie for $14.99
Comedy queens Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reunite in Sisters as two siblings forced to return to their childhood home before their parents sell the place. They decide to throw one last raging party, which turns out to be exactly what they both needed. Own the hilarious unrated version of Sisters now in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store, two weeks before DVD.
Ray LaMontagne Ouroboros – Buy the album for $7.99 or listen free*
Soulful singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne is back with Ouroboros, a collection of soft and psychedelic songs. Fans of Pink Floyd will love this new album produced by My Morning Jacket founder Jim James. You can buy the album for $7.99 or listen free with a free 30 day trial of Groove Music Pass.
Have a great weekend!
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