Some big discounts to be had in the Xbox European Special Sale!
It's hard sometimes being outside the U.S. and watching all the sweet exclusive deals roll by. But Xbox has something special for those of us in Europe this week, with some big discounts on games that our American buddies can't have!
The European Special Sale Event has some tasty discounts to offer on a range of both Xbox One and Xbox 360 backwards compatible games, with some big titles in the mix. Here are some of the highlights:
- Bioshock: The collection (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Titanfall 2 (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Watch Dogs 2 (opens in new tab) - 45% off
- WWE 2K17 (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- For Honor Deluxe Edition (opens in new tab) - 30% off
- GTA V (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Steep (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- GTA IV (360) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Red Dead Redemption (360) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
- Call of Duty: Black Ops (360) (opens in new tab) - 50% off
There's plenty more where that came from, so check out the full list linked below.
All the titles in the Xbox European Special Sale Event! (opens in new tab)
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And most deals and even some services are exclusive for the US. The e-book shop for example. And most of the big deals in the US. You guys even have different content in the store to begin with and that without any real reason.
And I don't want to compare the US Cortana with the UK Cortana, the German Cortana or the fact that other German speaking countries don't have Cortana at all. That makes no sense.
MS is still very focused on the US while other companies like Google and Apple bring their products and services to all people. That's sad. And btw I'm not talking about Windows central. I'm talking about MS.