Each week, Microsoft discounts a huge selection of games on the Xbox Store. This week’s deals just went live and are led by a Resident Evil franchise sale. The timing is perfect, as the Resident Evil 3 remake launches April 3 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Microsoft is also hosting a promotion on game add-ons for popular titles like Grand Theft Auto V, Rocket League, Black Desert, and NBA 2K20. If you spend $50 or more on microtransactions until March 31, you’ll get $5 back ($10 if you’re a Game Pass subscriber). Square Enix’s publisher sale is still live for another week, so there’s still time to get a bunch of Final Fantasy games for cheap.
If you feel like replaying old Resident Evil games again or stepping into their frightful worlds for the first time, now’s a good time to take the plunge. Last year’s superb Resident Evil 2 remake is 50% off at $20. Meanwhile, the most recent mainline game, Resident Evil 7, drops to $15 (was $20). Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6 are even cheaper–each are available for just $8 (were $20).
On the lookout for a gripping adventure? All three modern Tomb Raider games are on sale for really low prices. Tomb Raider (2013) is down to $6 (was $30), Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration drops to $9 (was $30), and Shadow of the Tomb Raider is $19.79 (was $60).
You can also save big on a few blockbuster hits from the last couple of years. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Gold Edition–which includes all post-launch DLC–is on sale for just $25 (was $100). The Division 2: Warlords of New York Edition comes with the recent expansion and is on sale for $40.19 (was $60), and Capcom’s excellent action-RPG Monster Hunter World is $15 (was $30).
As always, Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can shop an expanded selection of deals. The biggie this week is A Plague Tale: Innocence–one of GameSpot’s best games of 2019–for $16.49, which is the lowest price we’ve seen.
You can browse the full slate of Xbox One deals at the Microsoft Store and check out our curated picks below. You don’t necessarily have to spend money to enjoy some new gaming experiences. Right now, there are a ton of free games available to download across all platforms.
Best Xbox One game deals
*indicates deals exclusive to Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate subscribers
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