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How to Get Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1 Free on PC

News Bot Jul 20, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Microsoft has a bunch of free stuff on offer to celebrate the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which arrives on August 2. Among these is the first episode of Minecraft: Story Mode on PC. You can claim it and other freebies on the Windows Store through July 29.
    To get your free Minecraft: Story Mode episode, all you need to do is visit this link and claim it. Additionally, Episodes 2 to 6 are available for 50 percent off. You can buy the Season Pass, which includes Episodes 2-5, for $10, while the Adventure Pass that has Episodes 6-8 goes for $12.50.
    [​IMG]On top of the free episode, Microsoft is giving away a free Minecraft map, up to four free months of Microsoft Groove, a free School of Rock movie rental, and more. You can see the rest on the Windows Blog.
    Minecraft: Story Mode -- Episode 1 received a score of 7 in GameSpot's review. Critic Randolph Ramsay said, "It's a pleasant start, packed with individual events but featuring little in the way of narrative propulsion. When I reached the end of this episode, I wanted more. I'm hoping that, like most outstanding Minecraft creations, Minecraft: Story Mode just needs a little more time to build."


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