Microsoft's Spring Sale slashes prices on over 600 Xbox and PC games

Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S
Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S (Image credit: Matt Brown | Windows Central)

Microsoft kicked off its Spring Sale last week, which has discounts on hardware and accessories. The sale has grown to include massive savings on games for Windows 10 PCs and Xbox consoles, including the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The sale includes newer titles as well as top-tier classics like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Red Dead Redemption 2.

Microsoft Spring Sale

Microsoft Spring Sale

The massive Spring Sale from Microsoft includes discounts of up to 75% on PC games and up to 70% on Xbox games. The library of games that are on sale is massive, so take your time to see if a game you've been waiting to grab is discounted.

On the PC side of things, you can save up to 75% on the best PC games. Gears 5 is down from $40 to just $16. DOOM Eternal Deluxe Edition drops all the way down from $90 to $30. You can also pick up Ori and the Will of the Wisps for 50% off, bringing it to only $15. In total, there are savings on 137 PC games through the Microsoft Store right now.

The library of Xbox games on sale is significantly larger. Over 600 Xbox games are on sale, including Watch Dogs: Legion ($30 off), Forza Horizon 4 UIltimate Edition ($20 off), and Gears 5 Game of the Year Edition ($12 off). Like the PC gaming sale, there are discounts on new and old titles, but the list is much longer on the Xbox side of things. Quite a few of the best Xbox Series X and Series X games are on sale.

Many of the titles that are on sale are also available with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Xbox Game Pass, depending on which platform you're on. But if you prefer to purchase games rather than having a subscription, this sale is a great chance to stock up your library.

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