Play Xbox Star Wars games for up to 75% off in this galactic May the 4th sale

Promotional art for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Promotional art for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Image credit: Electronic Arts)

It's May 4, 2022, and that means another Star Wars Day has rolled around to give fans across the globe a chance to celebrate this legendary franchise. There are plenty of opportunities to do so, but Star Wars fans especially have several ways to flesh out their movie, show, game, or other Star Wars collections with the plethora of discounts and sales occurring today.

The official Xbox store is currently hosting its May the 4th sale, which grants players up to 75% off on a wide variety of Xbox Star Wars games, including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for $10, Star Wars Battlefront 1 and 2 (both the originals and the new releases) for as little as $5, Star Wars: Squadrons for $10, both of the original Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games starting at $5, and much more.

Xbox Star Wars games | Up to 75% off

Xbox Star Wars games | Up to 75% off

Star Wars movies aren't the only thing being discounted in celebration of May the 4th. The Xbox side of Microsoft's operation is offering up to 75% off on all the biggest Star Wars titles, including recent "AAA" releases and timeless classics from years past.

This is a great opportunity to secure more great Xbox games under the epic Star Wars umbrella from every era of Xbox, including the original Xbox and the Xbox 360. The just-released LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga isn't included in this discount due to its age, but many of the Xbox 360 LEGO Star Wars games are here and are heavily discounted.

If you'd prefer to watch a movie than play a game, the non-Xbox side of the Microsoft Store is also offering significant discounts on the entire Star Wars movie collection, including Rogue One: A Star Wars Movie and an all-encompassing 9-movie Skywalker Saga collection.

Zachary Boddy
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