Grab a discount on Red Dead Redemption, Fallout 4, and Farming Simulator 17 in the latest Xbox Deals with Gold lineup.
Microsoft has refreshed the Xbox Deals with Gold promotion with a new slate of Xbox One and Xbox 360 game discounts.
Xbox One highlights include a 35% price cut on Overwatch Legendary Edition, and a 50% reduction on Bethesda’s Fallout 4.
Motorsport enthusiasts could be tempted by 70% discounts on both Dirt 4, and F1 2017. And equine enthusiasts might want to check out Farming Simulator 17, or Horse Racing 2016.
Over on Xbox 360, the highlight is a generous 67% price cut on Rockstar’s open world Wild West adventure, Red Dead Redemption. The game is playable on Xbox One, and also features 4K enhancements on Xbox One X.
Head over to the Xbox One digital games store, or the Microsoft web store, to choose your poison. Here’s the full lineup of discounted games:
Xbox Deals with Gold highlights
- Overwatch Legendary Edition – 35%
- Fallout 4 – 50%
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Advanced Edition – 50%
- DiRT 4 – 70%
- Farming Simulator 17 – 75%
- Sniper Elite 4 – 67%
- Worms Battlegrounds – 75%
- Outcast – Second Contact – 50%
- Cannon Brawl – 35%
- Chivalry: Medieval Warfare – 80%
- DiRT Rally – 80%
- F1 2017 – 70%
- Farming Simulator 17 – Premium Edition – 75%
- Horse Racing 2016 – 85%
- Monster Jam: Crush It! – 50%
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Complete Edition – 50%
- SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell – 50%
- Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter – 75%
- Tour de France 2017 – 75%
- Grand Theft Auto V – 50%
- Chivalry – 75%
- Dungeon Defenders – 80%
- GRID 2 – 75%
- GRID Autosport – 75%
- Mafia II – 75%
- Monster Jam Battlegrounds – 60%
- Prey – 80%
- Red Dead Redemption – 67%
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