Microsoft's ID@Xbox Game Fest sale is back again for 2018, offering up four weeks of rotating sales on indie games for Xbox One. This year, each week features a theme, with the first week being "gaming for everyone."
In all, 32 titles are available at a discount for the first week of the sale. Some of the bigger names include Firewatch, What Remains of Edith Finch, and Tacoma. Here's a look at all of what's on sale:
- I, Hope - $7.99
- Night in the Woods - $13.99
- Firewatch - $5
- Tacoma - $14.99
- Mulaka - $17.99
- Celeste - $15.99
- Beholder Complete Edition - $4.50
- Blackwood Crossing - $10.39
- Candleman - $10.49
- Dear Esther: Landmark Edition - $3
- Fragments of Him - $5
- Gone Home - $3.75
- In Between - $6
- Jump, Step, Step - $5.35
- Knee Deep - $6
- Never Alone - $3
- Never Alone Arctic Collection - $3.60
- Perception - $9.20
- Rime - $15
- Silence - The Whispered World 2 - $14.99
- Surviving Mars - $39.99
- The Coma: Recut - $7.50
- The Flame in the Flood - $6.60
- The Inner World - $7.50
- The Little Acre - $3.25
- The Town of Light - $10
- The Turing Test - $6.60
- Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition - $3.30
- Typoman - $3.90
- What Remains of Edith Finch - $11.99
- Wheels of Aurelia - $3
- ZAZEN - $6.99
This is just the first week of sales, and we'll see more games rotated in each week through May 28. Next week's theme will be Xbox One X Enhanced ID games. For more, you can check out the full sale at Microsoft.
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