Green Man Gaming has expanded its offering of digital games, announcing a new range of Xbox One codes available (opens in new tab) via the third-party storefront. While well-established in the PC and Mac gaming space, its latest venture stocks a variety of Xbox One titles, with many currently discounted below current pricing via the official Xbox Store. That includes top first-party Microsoft franchises like Forza, Gears of War, and Halo, including games and associated downloadable content (DLC).
Unlike the vast PC library currently stocked by Green Man Gaming, its Xbox One offering spans just a subset of the full console offerings. The company has announced it's "working to bring you even more Xbox games" moving forward, indicating this is the start of a larger partnership. For now, it includes several Play Anywhere-supported titles, enabling cross-purchasing and cross-saves on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
These deals are limited to those in Europe right now, including UK buyers. Sorry U.S. folk. With the launch of its Xbox One catalog, the store also offers a five percent discount on its current range, bringing many titles below Microsoft Store pricing.
Xbox Price Cut
Save on digital Xbox One titles
Xbox One meets GMG.
Expanding beyond PC and Mac, its discounted titles now include a range of Xbox One games. Titles include Forza, Gears of War, and Halo, with Play Anywhere support between Xbox and Windows 10 PCs.
High-profile Xbox titles are among the highlights, including Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, and Minecraft. Various third-party games like Middle-earth: Shadow of War and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard make the cut, too. Discounts also apply to DLC, introducing cuts to Gears 5 currency and and Forza memberships.
Awww... I guess this is US only at the moment? I was hoping for a little love for Hungary too. PROMOTION UNAVAILABLE IN YOUR REGION WHERE YOU LIVE IS PRETTY COOL
But this promotion is currently unavailable in your region. Don’t despair, here are some games you might like.
Actually it's Europe only as the article states. It's not available in the US yet. Honestly it probably won't be offered in the US at all. We've become very reluctant to break up monopolies recently so Microsoft will probably be allowed to continue being the only seller for digital Xbox games.
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