Microsoft drops prices on some big Xbox One titles for The Games Awards 2017

However, sometimes there are unexpected sales tied to popular events like The Game Awards 2017 or Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals promotion. While we don't know why these titles are discounted at the moment, we do know that some amazing games are available for substantially less. Note that these discounts are separate from the Deals with Gold sales which go up every Monday.

This has to be one of the better sales, so be sure to take a look at the Xbox One deals below. Games like Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus are part of this sale so you should purchase these stellar first-person shooters if you haven't already. You can't go wrong with any of these games because they're all popular titles out of which many feature Xbox One X support.

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Which games are you interested in? Let us know! Be sure to check out titles like Fallout 4 and For Honor because they're intriguing experiences. Fallout 4 is the latest entry in the legendary franchise from Bethesda. It's a role-playing game along the lines of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim except you're in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. For Honor is a third-person brawler which features skillful melee combat. During the course of the single-player campaign or multiplayer matches, you can play as either a Knight, Samurai or Viking, as you attempt to control a mysterious land where these legendary warriors exist at the same time.

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Asher Madan

Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.

  • I missed Wolfenstein on the black Friday sale, but I will definitely buy it now. I really enjoyed the free demo.
  • Have everything but need some dlc for Shadow of war and season pass for FM7
  • Wiating for "The Surge" to go on sale :)
  • Welp, just grabbed Super Lucky. Damn you Microsoft ! :P
  • I have a little issue with depth perception in that game.  If you have a One X, it may be better, from what I've heard.  It's lacking the polish of a Mario title, but for Xbox, it's definitely a great platformer.  I wish it were multiplayer, but my son loves this game.  Plays it more than Mario now.
  • I am given to understand that the recent Crash Bandicoot remake on the PS4 is afflicted by the same problem. I think Super Lucky’s Tale has this problem because it originated as a VR title and so never had to address depth perception design considerations. I think it is a little unfair to compare it to a Mario title as no game really can compare to the polish and innovation in evidence in Super Mario Odyssey including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild whose constantly breaking weapons  leave a void where there should be a core of satisfying combat. I think it is quite likely that Microsoft will copy Nintendo’s approach of releasing a new title each month but will alternate between ones for adults and for children, so you will get Forza Motorsport 7 followed by Super Lucky’s Tale followed next week by PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds followed by Sea of Thieves followed by State of Decay followed by Crackdown 3 followed by Ori followed by Halo 6.
  • Maybe that should be Madden 18 and not Madden 15 as you have listed for $40.
  • Some of these have better prices via Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals. Exa: Injustice 2 is $29.99 here but $19.99 via 12 Dodgers. Of course they ran out of the $19.99 offer online and in the store but you can still buy the one for $29.99...
  • Just picked up Doom, hopefully it gets a X1X patch by the time I play it.