Rise of the Tomb Raider Now Available in the Windows 10 Store
Microsoft is steadily working to bring more big titles to the Windows Store. And although the Store now features a lot of popular apps, it still lacks the most of major game releases. But this is likely to change in the future, as Microsoft finally provided a major game title to Windows 10 users.
The newest member of one of the most popular game franchises ever, Rise of the Tomb Raider, is now available in the Store. We recently reported that we noticed a Steam store page of Raise of the Tomb Raider, but there was no indication that the game will be released for Windows 10 platform, and the fact that it is now present in the store is a very pleasant surprise.
Rise of the Tomb Raider comes to Windows 10 users
The game is available in the Windows Store for the discounted price of $53.99. So, if you want to save a couple of dollars, hurry up and buy the game, because the offer lasts for 6 days more. After that, Rise of the Tomb Raider will get back to its original price of $59.99.
We also have to mention that the game is only compatible with computers running Windows 10 November update. So, before you buy the game, make sure you updated your Windows 10 to the version 1511.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Store still can’t compete with bigger game distribution platforms, like Steam or Origin, but the number of downloads from the Store is constantly raising, and if Microsoft continues to offer major titles, that number will increase even more. Also, if Windows Store proves to be a profitable distribution platform, even game publishers will be interested in delivering more titles to Windows 10 users.
To check all major features, system requirements and buy the game, just head over to the Windows 10 Store. Leave your comment below and let us know what’s your take on the game.
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