As you might have heard, Microsoft has launched full-blown titles in the Windows Store - not 'casual games', we're talking proper full-out titles that you love and enjoy. The first such title to hit the Microsoft Store (available now) is Lara Croft: Rise of the Tomb Raider. There are several unique advantages when you buy games from the Windows Store, like Xbox Live achievements and leaderboards, cloud saving, installing your purchase on up to ten Windows 10 devices, fast and easy uninstall (no registery and folders left over like in traditional Win32 apps), and a FREE Remnant Resistance Pack. Awesome!
To help celebrate the occasion, we're doing a couple of things. First, we've scored an exclusive 10% OFF deal on the game through February 4th (that's tomorrow!). Click here to get it. Second, we're launching a fun contest.
To help celebrate the launch of Lara Croft: Rise of the Tomb Raider in the Microsoft Store, our friends at Microsoft have graciously donated TWENTY $50 gift cards to the Microsoft Store. For your chance to win one of them, head down to the widget at the bottom of this article. There are 5 different ways you can enter, and all of them are super easy to do. Complete them all to increase your odds of winning a cool $50 at the Microsoft Store!
Due to sponsor restrictions, this contest is open to Windows Central readers in the U.S. only. Winners will be verified and any found to be invalid will be eliminated.
Good luck everyone!
- Check out our Rise of the Tomb Raider review
- Get Rise of the Tomb Raider on sale now in the Windows 10 Store
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