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Windows Store holds a May 4th Star Wars sale

Today, Microsoft is celebrating the fourth of May with a special Star Wars Day sale, featuring discounts on Star Wars movies, games, and more in the Windows Store. Depending on your preference, Microsoft has more than enough Star Wars movies and other content available at your fingertips.

If you are just starting out, you can buy the Star Wars Digital Six Film Collection, now on sale for $74.99, saving 17% off. You can also choose to build your custom Star Wars collection, film-by-film, with the first 6 films on sale for 30% off, at $13.99 each. Start with Star Wars: A New Hope and finish with the last film in the series, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.

Microsoft, Star Wars, Rogue One, Windows

Microsoft, Star Wars, Rogue One, Windows

The Windows Store has the two latest Star Wars installments, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And, if you want to listen to the music of the Star Wars films, you can purchase Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($7.99) to listen to everything from start to finish, all music in this score was created by the famous composer, John Williams.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ($7.99) is the first official score of the newest Star Wars installment, composed by Michael Giacchino, available for $7.99 in the Windows Store. Star Wars Headspace is also available for $6.99 and features artists including, Kaskade and Flying Lotus, who create original songs using Star Wars sound effects. The Star Wars Trilogy soundtrack is available for $9.99 if you want to hear The Imperial March.

If movies and music aren’t for you, there are Star Wars-themed games available in the Windows Store. Pinball FX2 Windows 10 Edition is a free-to-play title that has a Star Wars two-table pack available for just $2.99. Angry Birds Star Wars is also available in the Windows Store for $3.49, where you can fling birds from the Rebel Alliance against the Empire’s Pigtroopers.

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Are you going to buy a deal in the Star Wars Day in the Windows Store?