We love Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass service, as it gives millions of gamers affordable access to many of the best gaming experiences available in the Xbox ecosystem. With that said, not every game is on Game Pass, and as a result, subscribers to the service that don't like to spend money on games directly will likely miss out on several incredible games.
Thanks to Prime Day, however, it's possible to pick games like this up at significantly reduced prices. Even though Amazon's annual sales event has officially ended, many of the best Prime Day deals on Xbox games not available through Game Pass have remained available, giving gamers another chance to save big.
We've managed to hunt them all down, and whether you're looking for an action-packed shooter, a rich RPG, a chance to explore a breathtaking open world, or something else, at least one of these deals will be right up your alley. Here's our breakdown of the 11 best deals on Xbox games that aren't available with Game Pass — as well as some awesome deals on games that are.
ELDEN RING |
$60 $46 at Amazon
FromSoftware's latest RPG epic is arguably its most impressive yet — so much so that it's currently one of 2022's biggest Game of the Year contenders. Prepare yourself for a long and engaging journey through the Lands Between as you hack, slash, cast, and roll your way to the Elden Throne.
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla |
$60 $20 at Amazon
The latest entry in Ubisoft's acclaimed franchise sees players battle Saxon troops as a vicious Viking warrior while they explore a beautiful open world. There's also a deep story to enjoy with multiple different choices that you can make, too.
Battlefield 2042 |
$70 $20 at Amazon
DICE's latest entry in the Battlefield franchise got off to a rocky start, but the game has made a comeback recently with the launch of its first season. Dive into near-futuristic combined arms warfare with dozens of other players, utilizing various weapons, gadgets, vehicles, and more to gain the upper hand and control objectives.
Resident Evil Village |
$38 $29 at Amazon
Resident Evil Village follows up on the story of Resident Evil 7, starring Ethan Winters as he searches for his kidnapped daughter in a large village filled to the brim with horrifying creatures. Chris Redfield also returns, playing a pivotal role in the game's narrative.
Other great Xbox game deals to consider
A handful of games that are available through Xbox Game Pass are also still on sale, and if you want to permanently add them to your collection, now is the best time to do so.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon |
$60 $19 at Amazon
Play as a low-ranking yakuza family grunt in this action RPG, fighting to discover the mystery behind your clan's destruction. Along the way, you'll meet several interesting characters and get the chance to play through and complete over 50 side stories.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy |
$60 $25 at Amazon
This action-adventure RPG puts you in the shoes of Star-Lord, the leaders of the iconic Guardians of the Galaxy. Over the course of the story, you'll get the opportunity to bond with your crew as you work together to take on a powerful cosmic threat.
Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition |
$60 $17 at Amazon
Bethesda's most recent singleplayer Fallout RPG, Fallout 4, takes players to the post-apocalyptic city of Boston and the surrounding Massachusetts region. While exploring the nuclear wasteland, you'll come across countless characters, factions, settlements, and more.
Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition |
$30 $6 at Amazon
This digital version of the futuristic shooter Titanfall
2 includes the game's fantastic campaign, its high-octane multiplayer, and instant access to many of its weapons and skins. We hope you're ready to wall run, power slide, and pilot giant armored mechs!
Looking for other games to snag, or trying to find some sweet discounts on Xbox accessories? Don't forget to look over all of the best Prime Day Xbox deals we've found. Even though Prime Day is over, there are still some great discounts available.
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