The [email protected] Horror Sale is offering chilling discounts on a range of horrific Xbox games.
Sale highlights include point-and-click adventure, Bulb Boy, and Bloober Team’s psychological horror, Layers of Fear, both of which are discounted by 75%.
Playdead’s Limbo needs little introduction, nor does Night School Studio’s Oxenfree, or Red Barrel’s genuinely disturbing Outlast.
Behaviour Interactive’s inventive asymmetric survival game, Dead by Daylight, is another recommendation, and if you like a few chuckles with your scares, check out Zoink’s Flipping Death.
Here’s the full list of sale titles. The discounts run until April 9, 2019
[email protected] Horror Sale
- 101 Ways to Die – 60% off
- Albert and Otto – 75% off
- Amnesia: Collection – 40% off
- Bedlam – The Game By Christopher Brookmyre – 60% off
- Bloody Zombies – 60% off
- Bulb Boy – 75% off
- Crimsonland – 50% off
- Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare – 50% off
- Dead By Daylight: Darkness Among Us – 50% off
- Dead by Daylight: Special Edition – 50% off
- Dead By Daylight: The Halloween Chapter Add-On – 50% off
- Decay – The Mare – 50% off
- Deep Ones – 40% off
- Dont Knock Twice – 50% off
- Dying: Reborn – 60% off
- Extreme Exorcism – 80% off
- Flipping Death – 60% off
- Friday the 13th: The Game – 75% off
- Haunted Halloween ’86 – 50% off
- Hero Defense – 40% off
- Home Sweet Home – 25% off
- I, Zombie – 50% off
- Kholat – 80% off
- Layers of Fear – 75% off
- Let Them Come – 50% off
- Limbo – 70% off
- Outlast – 80% off
- Outlast: Bundle of Terror – 75% off
- Oxenfree – 75% off
- Pinball FX3 – Aliens vs. Pinball – 50% off
- Pinball FX3 – The Walking Dead – 50% off
- Riddled Corpses EX – 40% off
- Rise of Insanity – 40% off
- Seum: Speedrunners from Hell – 50% off
- Slain: Back from Hell – 75% off
- Soma – 60% off
- Sundered: Eldritch Edition – 40% off
- Tesla vs Lovecraft – 50% off
- The Bunker – 70% off
- The Invisible Hours – 50% off
- The Park – 60% off
- Through the Woods – 67% off
- Yet Another Zombie Defense HD – 30% off
- Your Toy – 50% off
- Zombie Driver Ultimate Edition – 75% off
- Zombie Vikings – 80% off
For more sale news, visit our dedicated deals page for the latest PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch bargains.
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