Best Xbox game deals for May 2020: Borderlands 3, Control, and more
Check out these great deals on Xbox One games.
Every week Microsoft and certain publishers discount numerous games for Xbox Live users. Some deals are available only to Xbox Live Gold members and others are available to anyone who utilizes the service through a Spotlight sale. A wide variety of titles, ranging from small experiences to massive blockbusters, are available for substantially less. This week, prominent games from the Battlefield and Borderlands franchises are on sale. Here's a look at some popular discounted titles. You can check out last week's deals here for comparison.
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- Battlefield V: Year 2 Edition | 60 percent off
- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night | 50 percent off
- Borderlands 3 | 50 percent off
- Control | 50 percent off
- Destiny 2: Shadowkeep | 40 percent off
- FIFA 20: Ultimate Edition | 70 percent off
- Forza Horizon 4: Ultimate Edition | 30 percent off
- Forza Motorsport 7: Ultimate Edition | 30 percent off
- Journey to the Savage Planet | 40 percent off
- Need For Speed Payback: Deluxe Edition | 50 percent off
- The Crew 2: Gold Edition | 70 percent off
- The Outer Worlds | 35 percent off
- XCOM 2 Collection | 70 percent off
Keep in mind that you need to be an Xbox Live Gold member to access the majority of these discounts. For the complete list visit Major Nelson.
Which titles are you interested in? Let us know! Be sure to check out games from the Assassin's Creed and Battlefield franchises because they're great experiences.
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