There are three major Xbox Store sales currently underway. They include hundreds of games and DLC packages with discounts as high as 75%. Each sale covers a company or category. This includes open-world games, games optimized to Xbox Series X|S, and titles from the publisher Paradox.
Open-world Sale at Xbox Store: Discounts on meaty time-sinks like the stealth action sandbox Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and its prequel standalone, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, as well as an epic sci-fi RPG Mass Effect Legendary Edition plus Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 There are many more. While most of the 64 games in the Xbox Store’s Open World sale are for Xbox One and Series X|S, there are even backwards compatible Xbox 360 titles like Assassin’s Creed II Also available for purchase.
If you’re looking specifically for games that can show off your Series X|S’s powerful hardware, the “Optimized for Next Gen sale” is worth a look. There’s a wide variety of genres represented, too. You can also catch up with shooter fans by reading the following: Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Rainbow Six Siege And Far Cry 6. RPG diehards can grab Yakuza Like A Dragon: Hero Edition, Tales of Arise And Diablo II: Resurrected For a low price. Then there’s Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Scarlet Nexus And Devil May Cry 5 for action fans–and that’s just a brief selection of the 97 titles included in the Optimized for Next Gen sale.
Finally, the Paradox sale features over 79 titles from the publisher’s strategy- and RPG-packed catalog, such as Stellaris: Console Edition, Empires of Sin And Complete edition of Pillars Of Eternity You can also find tons of DLC packs and bundles at a discount for all their games.
Visit the Xbox Store to view the complete lineup of current sales, or see the list below to find our top picks for the best deals of all three.
Xbox Store offers the best deals
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