The Xbox One Anime Month sale kicks off with discounts of up to 80%.
Admittedly, that 80% price cut is for Keija Inafune’s much maligned Mighty No. 9. There are, however, some more enticing deals available on games from the Dragon Ball universe. Additional anime-related titles will join the sale throughout February.
There are savings of up to 60% offered on various editions of Arc System Works’ spectacular 2018 fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ. There are also 40% reductions on various DLC character packs.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse, and its sequel, are discounted by a massive 75%, and again, there’s some DLC on offer.
The savings continue until the end of the month with Devil May Cry 4 available from February 8-14, Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet discounted between February 15-21, and Valkyria Chronicles 4 on sale between February, 22-28.
Here are full details of this week’s discounts. Head over to the Xbox digital games store in your country for regional prices.
Xbox Anime Month Sale
- Dragon Ball FighterZ – 60% off
- Dragon Ball FighterZ – FighterZ Edition – 50% off
- Dragon Ball FighterZ – Ultimate Edition – 50% off
- Dragon Ball FighterZ – FighterZ Pass – 50% off
- Dragon Ball FighterZ – Character DLC
- Android 17 – 40% off
- Cooler – 40% off
- Zamasu– 40% off
- Vegito (Ssgss) – 40% off
- Vegeta – 40% off
- Goku – 40% off
- Bardock – 40% off
- Broly – 40% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse – 75% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse: Time Travel Edition – 75% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse – Season Pass – 75% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse DLCGt Pack 1 – 75% off
- Gt Pack 2 (+ Mira And Towa) – 75% off
- Resurrection Of « F » Pack – 75% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – 75% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 1 And 2 Bundle – 75% off
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC
- Super Pass – 50% off
- Super Pack 1 – 40 off
- Super Pack 2 – 40% off
- Super Pack 3 – 40% off
- Super Pack 4 – 40% off
- Extra DLC Pack 1 – 40% off
- Extra DLC Pack 2 – 40% off
- Mighty No. 9 – 80% off
For news on the latest deals on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC head over to our dedicated sales section.
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