New content is always being added to the Windows Store, from a new blockbuster film to a special offer from Hulu, here’s what’s new this week.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Buy the movie for $19.99
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available to purchase in the Windows Store! Relive every epic adventure and discover deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes footage, and cool bonus features. And for a limited time, receive a $5 Microsoft credit when you buy Star Wars: The Force Awakens and play Star Wars: Battlefront on Xbox.
Killer Instinct: Season 3 – Free
Microsoft Studios and developer Iron Galaxy Studios celebrated the the worldwide launch of Killer Instinct: Season 3 on Windows 10 and Xbox One this week. The legendary fighting franchise comes to Windows 10 in an upgraded edition with all-new visuals, over-the-top action, a wild cast of combatants, reactive music and combo breakers. It’s the place to master your combat skills, then push them to their limits!
Hulu – New original series The Path debuts, along with an extended free trial
Hulu has temporarily extended their usual one-week free trial period to one full month – and it coincides with the debut of The Path, their new series starring Aaron Paul that explores the pull of faith, relationships and power in a mysterious cult-like organization in upstate New York. If you don’t already have the Hulu app for Windows 10, you can download it here.
Better with Cortana app collection in the Windows Store
This week the Windows Store team launched a new collection of apps in the Store called Better with Cortana. This collection is available on PC and Mobile and features apps with Cortana integration. We think just about any app gets better when it gets Cortana, the voice-recognition feature that lets you speak commands for easier, undistracted, hands-free operation. From Netflix to Uber, things go better with Cortana.
WWE Network debuts Wrestlemania 32 with a free trial offer
This weekend is ground zero for wrestling fans as Wrestlemania 32 goes live on the WWE Network. Now, the WWE Network app for Windows 10 gives you free access – that’s right, free – to every dropkick, backbreaker, piledriver and powerslam of this pay-per-view event. If you subscribe after the free trial is over, there’s year-round wrestling action to enjoy.
Have a great weekend!