Xbox One Sale: Lots Of Games Discounted For Deals With Gold From Now Until Jan. 23
Microsoft has rolled out a new batch of game discounts for Xbox One and Xbox 360. A big selection of titles are on sale for both platforms this week, and you don’t need an Xbox Live Gold subscription to take advantage of most of them.
As per usual, the bulk of this week’s deals are available on Xbox One, but only a handful of discounts are reserved for Xbox Live Gold members. Those with Gold can pick up the ever-popular Grand Theft Auto V for $30 / £27.50, while an assortment of microtransaction bundles for the game are also on sale for Gold subscribers. Additionally, Halo 5: Guardians Digital Deluxe Edition is $30 / £21, L.A. Noire is $30 / £26.24, Slender: The Arrival is $2 / £1.60, Defunct is $10.49 / £8.74, and Feral Fury is $2.50 / £2.
On top of those games, a range of great titles are discounted as part of this week’s big Spotlight sale, which is available to all Xbox One owners. Far Cry 4 is $16 / £12.50, Far Cry Primal is $15 / £12.50, Inside is $10 / £8, Limbo is $2 / £1.60, Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Deluxe Edition is $5.25 / £4.20, Octodad: Dadliest Catch is $3.75 / £3, Broken Age is $6 / £4.80, Tacoma is $10 / £7.49, Superhot is $15 / £12, Rime is $18 / £14.39, Dear Esther: Landmark Edition is $4 / £3.20, The Sexy Brutale is $10 / £8, and What Remains of Edith Finch is $13.39 / £10.71.
On Xbox 360, Gold members can get Red Dead Redemption for $9 / £7.49, which is also playable on Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility. Additionally, the game’s Undead Nightmare expansion is available for $5 / £3.37. All 360 owners, meanwhile, can find discounts on various Far Cry titles and DLC, including Far Cry 4 ($12 / £4), Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon ($6 / £4), and Far Cry 2 ($6 / £2.69), which was just added to Xbox One’s backwards compatible library.
The above deals will only be available until 3 AM PT / 6 AM ET on January 23, giving you a week to take advantage of them. You can find the full list of this week’s Xbox game discounts on Major Nelson’s blog.