Preorder Avengers: Endgame on Microsoft Movies & TV, up to 4K resolution

Avengers: Endgame is the biggest movie in the world right now, and made over a billion dollars in its opening weekend. This figure is likely to go even higher in the coming weeks, but if you can't wait to experience the film again, be sure to check it out on Microsoft Movies & TV. The 4K version of Avengers: Endgame costs $25, and is preorder grants you access to a special featurette.

The description on the Microsoft Store provided the following information.

Preorder Avengers: Endgame today and enjoy "The Russo Factor" featurette instantly. The fourth instalment 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.

Avengers: Endgame is getting phenomenal reviews, and currently sits at a 95 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. While some critics have questioned the film's portrayal of Thanos, almost everyone agrees that it's stronger than Avengers: Infinity War.

Are you interested in watching it? Let us know. Avengers: Endgame on Microsoft Movies & TV supports Movies Anywhere so you can watch it on a number of devices through services like Amazon and Vudu. You can order preorder it on Amazon (opens in new tab), but the service doesn't offer a 4K version as of writing.

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  • You should only do this if you want to lose your copy and get your money back (possibly) when they inevitably cancel the service.
  • No worries it a Movies Anywhere title.
    Even then Microsoft stands to lose nothing by supporting Movies and TV.
  • Movies Anywhere isn't very useful in regions where it isn't available, and they stand to lose about as much as they do from supporting a music or book service... Got anything else?
  • You can buy the Blu-ray 4K when it comes out but companies are pulling away from making Blu-ray players. But I'm not worried about other regions, Movies Anywhere works fine in my country and has already proven itself useful for me.
  • I do prefer Blu-ray. Actually owning the things I've paid for appeals to me. I have to worry about other regions, I live in them.
  • I couldn't agree with you more. We always purchase the Blu-ray w/digital copy so we have the best of both worlds.
  • Depending on the extent of your library, you could just download them.
  • That's not happening. Movies and TV is a success
  • That's only ok if you're in the US or comfortable with VPN. I'm in the UK, and have a number of films on Microsoft. It is a worry that they'll end up pulling away from it. Does anyone know if you can use the VPN approach once just to get an account and get things sync'd? Or does it require prolonged use? For example I'd like my films to sync over to Google just in case MS pull their one!
  • Did they Manage to beat GTA 5 record? Of that 1 Billion Dollars in 72 hours?
  • Seems like it.
  • 350m in the US, 1.2b worldwide. They did it.
  • I'll just wait for the Blu-ray
  • Hoping Marvel releases an Infinity Saga box set with all 22 movies. 4k hdr would be nice...
  • pre-ordering a digital copy of a film?? why the hell would anyone do such a thing
  • LOL this is so ridiculous.
  • Suppose, you'd be getting a reminder when it's released? Xbox might even pre-DL it?
    Or, you can check the BD/DVD release date manually.
  • I didn't waste my time or money on the movie at the theaters, so I'm certainly not going to pre-order it.
  • Great action movie if you are at all into that kinda thing. If so, you are missing out not seeing it in theatres.
  • I've never understood why people so adamantly tell others that they aren't going to do something.
  • When will we be able to watch it?
  • I will never pre-order with Movies and TV again. They don't always get the bonus features on their pre-order. It's much safer to wait for release to make sure you get the version with the bonus features -- and in the US you can shop between providers for the best price and still watch the movie via MoviesAnywhere.