Major Nelson just revealed a new round of Deals With Gold, detailing more steep discounts for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
The deals outlined below will be available from now through to October 19th, so you have plenty of time to make a decision!
The vast majority of the deals pertain to EA's Dragon Age series. Dragon Age takes place in a dark, medieval fantasy setting, and each game revolves around gathering allies to vanquish an ancient evil. Both Bioware's signature branching narrative and RPG gameplay take centre stage in a franchise originally dubbed as the successor to Baldur's Gate. While Dragon Age 2 didn't enjoy the acclaim of Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age Inquisition, it's heavily discounted DLC transformed it an awesome entry in the franchise in my opinion.
Considering EA's vocal support of Xbox One's backwards compatibility, picking up Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age 2 could be a worthwhile investment even if you've sold off your Xbox 360. If you enjoyed Dragon Age Inquisition and wanted to try out the earlier games, now's your chance!
Grand Theft Auto is also a major feature in the line-up. Picking up GTAV for Xbox One via this week's Deals with Gold is possibly the cheapest way to buy up the game right now outside of Ebay. So if you've been holding out for a price drop (like me), this is possibly the best offer we've had so far.
- Dragon Age: Inquisition (opens in new tab) - 50% off - $20.00
- Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe (opens in new tab) - 50% off - $22.50
- Grand Theft Auto V (opens in new tab) - 33% off - $40.19
- Grand Theft Auto V + Great White Shark Card (opens in new tab) - 40% off - $47.99
- Jackbox Party Pack 2 (opens in new tab) - 15% off - $21.24
- Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty – Alf's Escape (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Steamworld Dig (opens in new tab) - 25% off - $7.49
- Thomas Was Alone (opens in new tab) - 75% off - $2.75
- Dragon Age 2 (opens in new tab) - 75% off - $4.99
- Dragon Age 2 – Legacy (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Dragon Age 2 – Mark of the Assassin (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Dragon Age 2 – The Exiled Prince (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Dragon Age: Origins (opens in new tab) - 75% off - $3.74
- Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Dragon Age: Origins – Leliena's Song (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Dragon Age: Origins – Warden's Keep (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Dragon Age: Origins – Witch Hunt (Add-On) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Grand Theft Auto IV (opens in new tab) - 75% off - $4.99
- Grand Theft Auto V (opens in new tab) - 58% off - $25.19
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (opens in new tab) - 75% off - $3.74
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (opens in new tab) - 75% off - $4.99
Please note that pricing and availability will vary by region, so your best bet is to log in to your Microsoft account to see prices in your local region.
Are you going to pick up anything from this week's Deals with Gold? Let us know below!
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No deal this week. Project spark cashout cant come sooner
Didn't Project spark go free ok Oct 5th?
People who paid for Project Spark DLC will get Microsoft credit reimbursements, I think that's what he's referring to.
Yes + credits/tokens earned their supposed to figure out a value for them in about a month.
Cna you please put the price in £ too?
In ₹ too
Can you please look it up yourself instead of having someone personally cater to you? Takes like 10 seconds.
In the good old days, the price in Microsoft Points would have let people convert it into their local currency.
Too bad for Xbox one almost the same titles as a couple of weeks ago, maybe next week is better for me.
Or....you can just play Dragon Age Origins for free, along with several other quality games, in EA Access Vault
For $30 a year or lose access to it, not free. This is a $22.50 once, own forever purchase so it's not exactly pointless.
Probably means Inquisition, not Origins.
Inquisition isn't free on EA Access. I checked this weekend
Not enough hours in a day. I've got Halo 5, COD III, followed by Fallout 4, followed by Tomb Raider. My schedule is packed from the end of October to 2016....easy.
Same, between Undertale, MGSV and Fallout 4 I'm easily sorted.
Nothing here for me. Too expensive for the two dragon age plus all the dlc and not all the dlc is on sale.
I usually only target just the dlc with achieveos
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