Metro: Last Light and 2033 are among the treats included in this week’s Xbox One Deep Silver publisher sale.
If you’ve been enjoying a vacation to Volga in Metro Exodus, the new sale is a great opportunity to dive into the first two games of 4A Games’ acclaimed FPS series. The Redux versions of both Metro: Last Light and Metro 2033 come highly recommended, and are hard to resist with 75% price cuts.
Other sale recommendations include The is War Mine: Little Ones, and Saints Row IV. Enjoyment can also be found – but be sure to exercise a little caution – with the Dead Island Definitive Collection, and Violition’s open-world action game, Agents of Mayhem.
Gluttons for punishment could also check out the flawed but fascinating car crash of a platformer, Mighty No. 9.
Xbox One Deep Silver sale highlights
- Agents of Mayhem – 70% off
- Agents of Mayhem – Total Mayhem Bundle – 70% off
- Agony – 50% off
- Dakar 18 – 40% off
- Dead Island Definitive Collection – 75% off
- Dead Island Definitive Edition – 75% off
- Dead Island Retro Revenge – 75% off
- Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition – 75% off
- Deadlight: Director’s Cut – 80% off
- Dreamfall Chapters – 70% off
- Homefront: The Revolution – 75% off
- Homefront: The Revolution ‘Freedom Fighter’ Bundle – 75% off
- Illusion : A Tale Of The Mind – 50% off
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance – 50% off
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance – From the Ashes – 50% off
- Kona – 60% off
- Let’s Sing 2017 – 60% off
- Let’s Sing 2016 – 60% off
- Metro 2033 Redux – 75% off
- Metro Redux Bundle – 75% off
- Metro: Last Light Redux – 75% off
- Mighty No. 9 – 80% off
- Saints Row IV: Re-Elected – 75% off
- Saints Row: Gat out of Hell – 75% off
- This War of Mine: The Little Ones – 75% off
For more video game bargains, head over to our dedicated sale page for the latest PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One deals.
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