This week’s new Xbox One sales include savings on another glut of video games, including games from the Batman and Darksiders franchises.
The THQ Nordic sale includes a smattering of overlooked gems and cult classic remasters. Our picks include inventive painting platformer De Blob, and sci-fi FPS Red Faction Guerrilla. All three mainline games in the Darksiders series are also on offer with big discounts.
This week’s Spotlight deals include generous price cuts for both Batman: Arkham Collection and Batman: Arkham Knight. Annual EA Sports blockbusters, FIFA 20 and Madden NFL 20, are also reduced by a whopping 50%.
This week’s Deals with Gold highlight is the Yooka-Laylee: Buddy Duo Bundle. The double-pack includes both games in Playtonic’s retro-inspired platforming series.
The discounts are valid through to February 3, 2020. Visit the Xbox One digital store or the Microsoft online store for more details. Here are some more of our favourite sale titles.
THQ Nordic Sale Highlights
- Aces Of The Luftwaffe – Squadron – 50% off
- Battle Chasers: Nightwar – 75% off
- Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition – 80% off
- Darksiders III – 67% off
- Darksiders Warmastered Edition – 80% off
- De Blob – 80% off
- Elex – 60% off
- Fade To Silence – 67% off
- Lock’s Quest – 80% off
- MX vs ATV All Out – 70% off
- Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered – 75% off
- Sine Mora EX – 80% off
- This Is The Police 2 – 70% off
- Titan Quest – 75% off
- Wreckfest Deluxe – 20% off
Deals with Gold Highlights
- Agatha Knife – 40% off
- Blood Bowl 2 – 75% off
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – 35% off
- Lost Sea – 80% off
- Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter – 80% off
- Songbringer Bundle – 70% off
- V-Rally 4 – 65% off
- Yooka-Laylee: Buddy Duo Bundle – 50% off
- Batman: Arkham Collection – 67% off
- Batman: Arkham Knight – 60% off
- EA Sports FIFA 20 – 50% off
- Injustice 2 – Legendary Edition – 50% off
- Madden NFL 20 – 50% off
- Mortal Kombat 11 – 60% off
- Sublevel Zero Redux – 75% off
- Tennis World Tour – 65% off
- WRC 5 FIA World Rally Championship – 90% off
- Zombieland: Double Tap- Road Trip – 40% off
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