Microsoft is currently selling digital versions of all of the X-Men movies with rather significant discounts on its Movies & TV (or Films & TV) service.
All of the X-Men films from 2000’s original X-Men movie (Yes, it’s been 16 years) to the recent X-Men: Days of Future Past have had their prices slashed from 30-45% with many now being just a few dollars more than the rental price.
Here are all of the movies that are discounted: X-Men, X2: X-Men United, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, The Wolverine, and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Deadpool is also now available digitally and is kind of an X-Men film as well but it’s being sold at its full retail price due to it being such a new release.
Microsoft’s Movies & TV digital store is available on any hardware running a version of Windows 10. This includes PCs and tablets, Windows phones, and the Xbox One. These films can still be bought on Windows 8 PCs and Windows Phone 8 Windows phones but on those devices, the service still goes by the name, Xbox Video. Any sales made from within the service automatically sync with other devices that use the same account. For example, someone who buys X-Men: First Class will be able to watch it on their Xbox One, Surface Pro, and Windows phone. Users can also rent movies, which gives them a couple of days to view the media before access to the file is revoked.
This X-Men campaign is likely happening due to the cinematic release of the latest X-Men movie, X-Men Apocalypse which is in cinemas now. Are you an X-Men fan? Let us know what your favorite movie is in the comments below and be easy on The Last Stand. It wasn’t that bad.Further reading: Microsoft, Movies & TV, Windows 10, Xbox Video