Microsoft just kicked off its massive Xbox holiday sale, and you can save big on hundreds of Xbox games. There are a whopping 787 discounted games as part of the sale, including many popular titles. Assassin's Creed Valhalla is down to $45, which is $15 off its normal price. NBA 2K21 (opens in new tab) is $30 off, which brings it down to $30 and Dirt 5 (opens in new tab) is $18 off, bringing its price down to $42.
The library of games on sale is incredibly large, and we can't list every deal here, so make sure to check out complete collection of discounted Xbox games (opens in new tab). Whether you recently grabbed an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S or if you're rocking an older console, there's a game on sale for you.
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Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the newest entry into the highly popular franchise by Ubisoft Montreal. Embrace your inner Viking and take over England as the Raven Clan.
If you're feeling nostalgic or want to play a more family-friendly game, you can check grab Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time (opens in new tab) for $30, which is half its normal price. In our Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time review, our Jennifer Locke said "As I sit here writing this review, I just want to be playing more Crash."
On the other end of the spectrum, you can pick up Red Dead Online for just $5 (opens in new tab). Red Dead Online doesn't include the first-player adventures of the full version, but it has all the online multiplayer fun. If you want the complete game, Red Dead Redemption 2: Ulitmate Edition is on sale for $40 (opens in new tab), which is $60 off its normal pricetag.
Racing games, shooters, strategy games, fighters, and just about every genre of game are on sale, so make sure to check out if a game you've been waiting to grab is discounted.
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