February 9, 2017 10:00 am

This Week on Windows: Fallout Shelter, Anime Month and more

By / Editor, Windows Blog

We hope you enjoyed today’s episode of This Week on Windows! We’re talking about Fallout Shelter, Anime Month and a Windows Store collection to get you ready for music’s big night. Head over here to learn how to get instant answers as you search with Microsoft Edge!

Here’s what’s new in the Windows Store this week:

Fallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter (Free) is about to get even bigger. The hit free-to-play Vault-building game is now available on Xbox One and Windows 10. Now’s your chance to take on the role of an Overseer in the Fallout Wasteland. Start your own Vault from scratch and build your army of faithful Dwellers.

Gears of War 4 celebrates Valentine’s Day with Torque bow tag and new maps

Roses are red, violets are blue, Torque Bows for me, and Torque tags for you! The February update adds two new maps, a week-long Valentine’s event, new Gear Packs to collect and further improvements to the game. Get all the info and special news about upcoming features – including updates on hotly requested Legacy Characters – over at Xbox Wire!

Candy Pack sweetens up Minecraft Pocket and Windows 10 Editions

Minecraft Candy Textures

Minecraft is getting a nice layer of sugarcoating this week with the Candy Texture Pack releasing on Pocket Edition and Windows 10 Edition! Previously available on Console Editions, this tasty texture pack contains an overabundance of dessert-themed textures to sweeten your world, and is now available for $2.99 USD. Who says you can’t have your cube cake and eat it too? Read more over at Minecraft.net! 

Check out nominees for Best Album from Music’s big night

 The 59th Grammy Awards Collection

Sunday night, the nation will be watching as music’s largest awards show recognizes the best recordings, compositions and artists of the past year. Our latest Collection brings together all the best-album nominees – including 25 by Adele, Views by Drake and Purpose by Justin Bieber – and you’ll save on all of them. Check out the entire Collection right now, and get ready for a great night – and an amazing year – of music!

Anime Month in Movies & TV

Anime Month

Celebrate all things anime this month with awesome deals and rewards on movies and tv, including month-long sales on titles like Dragon Ball Z, Fairy Tail, and Attack on Titan. This week’s hot offer? Get season 1 of Dragon Ball Z for free and seasons 2 and 3 for just $5 each! Check out all Anime Month has to offer, now through March 6 in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store.

Have a great weekend!

Updated June 28, 2018 3:07 pm