Avengers: Endgame now available at Microsoft Store, Amazon, and more

What you need to know

  • Avengers: Endgame is now available across digital storefronts.
  • The latest entry in the franchise follows the remaining Avengers in their effort to recover after the events of Infinity War and reverse what Thanos has done.
  • The movie is now available for $20 at the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab), Amazon (opens in new tab), iTunes (opens in new tab), Vudu (opens in new tab) and Google Play (opens in new tab).

The moment has arrived. Avengers: Endgame is finally available outside of theaters and is on sale at digital storefronts across the web. You can grab the movie now in HD for $20 ($25 for 4K) at the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab), Amazon (opens in new tab), iTunes (opens in new tab), Vudu (opens in new tab) and Google Play (opens in new tab).

Avengers: Endgame follows the remaining members of the Avengers as they seek to find a way to recover from the events of Infinity War. If you haven't already caught it in theaters, we won't give away too much here, but here's a look at the description:

The fourth installment in the Avengers saga is the culmination of 22 interconnected films and the climax of an epic journey. Earth's heroes will finally understand how fragile our reality is--and the sacrifices that must be made to uphold it--in a story of friendship, teamwork and setting aside differences to overcome an impossible obstacle.

While Endgame is available digitally across each of the storefronts listed above, it's only available in 4K from the Microsoft Store, Vudu, and Google Play at the moment. You'll also have to pay a slightly higher price of $25 to grab the 4K version, but it should be worth it to see all of the action as crisp as possible. Each service also works with Movies Anywhere, so you'll only have to buy it once to own it across all of your digital libraries if you have an account set up.

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4 Comments
  • Looks like that's US only as all I can do is pre-order it up to HD rather than UHD at the moment.
  • Yep, this article only represents one region it seems.
  • Wonder how long before rental?
  • I think the physical media release date us Aug 13.