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There’s been a spike in gaming over the last few months, mainly due to social distancing—and Microsoft is pricing games to move. The company is offering ridiculous savings on Xbox games (up to a whopping 94 percent), but the deals won’t last long.
We’ve rounded up the best Xbox game sales from microsoft.com. You’re sure to find something you’ll love—or maybe even re-discover a long-lost favorite. Take note: These are all digital downloads—no physical copies are available.
Shop the best Xbox Series X/S, Xbox Live and Xbox One game sales below:
The fifth installment in the series, Far Cry 5—on sale for $14, down from $60—is set in Hope County, Montana, where a fanatical doomsday cult called The Project at Eden’s Gate controls power. You must start a revolution to free the community and take down the cult’s leaders Joseph Seed and his Heralds—before chaos spreads across the state.
Far Cry 5 is playable for Xbox One and Xbox Live.
On sale for $35 (was $60), Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the 12th installment in the wildly popular video game franchise. You play as Eivor, a legendary Viking warrior during England’s Dark Ages. You’re tasked to grow a settlement, protect your family, raid your enemies and build your power to earn your place with the gods in Valhalla.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is built for Xbox One, but also optimized for Xbox Series X/S.
We found Watch Dogs: Legion on sale for $40 (was $100). The third installment of this cult-fave video game series does not disappoint.
The action/adventure game from Ubisoft takes place in a near future where London is on the verge of collapse. All-seeing surveillance state and private military are in control, while the fate of the city is in the hands of DedSec, a hacker group that wants to fight back for freedom. It’s as fun as it sounds. And for 60 percent off? A steal.
The Gold Edition comes with an Xbox Live Season Pass, one expansion with two episodes, extra missions, four more heroes and much more.
Microsoft is offering Just Dance 2021 for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S for $30, down from $50. Just Dance 2021 comes with 40 songs to get you moving—including “Rain on Me” by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, “Adore You” by Harry Styles and “Don’t Start Now” by Dua Lipa. It’s a great way to get some exercise while having a blast.
You can create your own personalized custom playlists, too. Designed for up to six players, it’s quarantine fun for the whole family—it even includes eight new kid-friendly songs.
On sale for $20 (was $40), Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order takes place between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope in the Star Wars timeline and follows a young Jedi Padawan named Cal Kestis, who survived the massacre of the Jedi Order. Now he must complete his Jedi training and master his lightsaber, while the Galactic Empire tries to hunt him down.
Although the award-winning title brings a lot of new gameplay and Force abilities that might be tough to master, it’s just flat-out fun to play.
Microsoft just knocked $40 off NBA 2K21 for PS5—it’s down to $20. That’s a whopping 67 percent savings! The game features all 30 NBA teams and players, including Zion Williamson, Damian Lillard, LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Steph Curry, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Gordon Hayward and more.
NBA 2K21 has all the gameplay you want, from multi-player online to one-on-one (you versus the game itself). For the first time ever, it features WNBA teams as well, with players like Sue Bird, Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne, Liz Cambage and Nneka Ogwumike.
Want more? Check out other Xbox games on sale below:
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (one month), $1 (was $15), microsoft.com
Dark Temple, $1 (was $19), microsoft.com
Immortals Fenyx Rising, $30 (was $60), microsoft.com
For Honor—Marching Fire Expansion, $9 (was $30), microsoft.com
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla—Gold Edition, $60 (was $100), microsoft.com
Immortals Fenyx Rising—Gold Edition, $50 (was $100), microsoft.com
For Honor—Complete Edition, $25 (was $100), microsoft.com
Assassin’s Creed: Origins, $14 (was $70), microsoft.com
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, $20 (was $80), microsoft.com
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