This Week on Windows, we’re talking about new movies, music, apps and The Big Game Collection in the Windows Store. Head over here for tips on staying in sync with OneDrive and on-the-go gaming with the Xbox app!
Here’s what’s new in the Windows Store this week:
As winter takes hold, enjoy the warm weather and green fairways of professional golf. The newly redesigned PGA TOUR (Free) app, exclusive to Windows 10, is touch-enabled, with fluid interface, 3D shot trails and hold visualizations, and a beautiful interactive presentation of player scores, stats and performance.
This Sunday isn’t just any Sunday – for pro football fans, it’s the most wonderful day of the year. But before you hunker down for the face-off, be sure you’ve checked out The Big Game Collection, packed with apps including NFL on Windows, and games, music, movies and more.
When alien spacecraft touch down on Earth, an elite team – including renowned translator Louise Banks (Amy Adams) – is sent to investigate. As tensions mount across the globe, they race to discover the visitors’ intent and avert global war. Buy Arrival ($14.99 HD, $12.99 SD) now in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store.
Social Quickplay is now a Cross-play playlist! This step is planned to be a permanent move for the future of Social Quickplay, with the first few months being a ‘trial period’ to monitor player feedback alongside data to ensure the Test Weekend was representative. Core and Competitive will remain platform independent, only matching Xbox players with each other and Windows 10 players with each other. Read more over at Xbox Wire!
The new album from Migos new album, “Culture,” is now available in the Windows Store. You can buy the album for $9.99 or listen free with a free 30-day trial of Groove Music Pass.*
Have a great weekend!
*30-day trial continues to a paid monthly subscription unless cancelled. Credit card required. Groove Music Pass sold separately and in select markets. Catalog size and availability varies by market and over time.