If you own a digital version of the great steampunk shooter Dishonored for Xbox 360, and you also own an Xbox One console, you will be able to buy the upcoming Dishonored: Definitive Edition for just $19.99, or half its normal price of $39.99.
The offer, which also extends to the PlayStation 3 and 4 versions of the games, was first spotted by users on Reddit and later confirmed by Eurogamer. The digital Xbox 360 version of Dishonored was previously made available for free in August 2014 for two weeks on Microsoft's Games with Gold service, so people who got that game during that time period will still be able to take advantage of the Dishonored: Definitive Edition price cut for the Xbox One.
Microsoft is already taking digital pre-orders for Dishonored: Definitive Edition on the Xbox One before it is released on August 25. The game, from developer Arkane and publisher Bethesda Softworks, will contain all of the content of the Xbox 360 version, plus all of its post-release DLC packs, along with a graphical upgrade.
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