Microsoft officially announced the Xbox Spring 2017 sale Tuesday, one of the biggest sales of the year for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows 10. Starting today, console owners can grab over 350 games with discounts of up to 70 percent off.
As always, Xbox LIVE Gold subscribers can grab the titles with an additional 10 percent off on top of the general discount. For those who fancy getting that extra 10 percent but are non-Gold members can do so by buying a Gold subscription for $1 for the first month of membership until April 17th.
The huge Xbox Spring 2017 sale includes popular AAA titles like Fallout 4, discounted to $24, Grand Theft Auto V to $30, Forza Horizon 3 to $39, The Witcher 3 Complete Edition to $30, Battlefield 1 to $41, and Halo Wars 2 to $45, among others. Mortal Kombat XL, NBA 2K17, Rainbow Six Siege, and Titanfall 2 got decent price cuts as well.
For those looking to beef up this classic games collection, Microsoft put a total of 35 Backward Compatible titles on sale, including Call of Duty Black Op 2. Here’s more hand–picked deals from the Microsoft Store for you:
- Astroneer – from $20 to $15
- Dragonball Xenoverse 2 – from $60 to $39
- Far Cry Primal – Apex Edition – from $55 to $33
- FIFA 17 – from $60 to $30
- For Honor Gold Edition – from $100 to $80
- Just Cause 3 – from $60 to $20
- Overwatch Origins Edition – from $60 to $50
- Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide – from $40 to $20
Microsoft Spring 2017 Sale – Amazing Deals on Windows PCs, Apps & More
Apart from the game deals, the Xbox Spring sale also brings $15 off to Xbox Design Lab Controllers and additional discounts for music, apps, movies and TV.
“Save up to 50% on hundreds of hit movies and TV shows including Arrival, The Big Bang Theory, the Resident Evil Complete Collection, Ghostbusters and more,” Microsoft says. “From hot new releases to movie bundles to TV season passes, you won’t want to miss these deals. Apps like Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 and Drawboard PDF, and the new Beauty and the Beast soundtrack will also be included in the sale.”
Of course, there are discounts on hardware too and Microsoft is at its generous best here as well. The company currently offers $150 off on the Surface Pro 4 while some select Windows PCs had their prices slashed by $100.
This is just a very small sampling of the sale. If you’re interested in buying, you can go to Major Nelson’s blog to see a full rundown. Be sure to make the purchase by April 17, though, as all the deals will end on that date.
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