It's time for another set of weekly Xbox deals! There are over 150 games to choose from once again this week, spanning the usual Deals with Gold and Spotlight sales along with a particularly huge Family Time Sale.
We've highlighted a few of the most notable Xbox games offers in this week's current sales below, and Xbox's Major Nelson has listed the complete set of deals including all DLC over at Xbox Wire.
- All 150+ Games In This Week's Xbox Sales (July 13-20)
- Deals: All Classic Xbox Games In This Week's Sales (July 13-20)
The following deals will expire at 11:00 AM BST on Tuesday, July 20.
Will you be taking advantage this week? Let us know which titles you're interested in down below.
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I have been waiting years.. YEARS, for D4 and Massive Chalice to go on sale. I'm starting to think they never will. D4 was last on Sale in January 2017, and Massive Chalice June 2017.
@Peach64 Some games are literally never go to sale. I have around 40 games on my Wishlist, and non of them ever offered in sales.
@Peach64 I think both of those were on Games with Gold at some point? (I certainly have them in my library.)
It's a long shot but worth checking if you already have them. (I've made this mistake before!!!)
If not I think it comes a point where games are just unlikely to be discounted again, they are both relatively low cost at £12 and £16 just go for it if you want to play them. Deal chasing only gets you so far.
Those two games were def 100% games with gold titles.
If you didn't claim them then maybe continue to sit tight, but in all honesty it's been so long since a sale that they don't look like they will be coming up for sale again soon.
As another poster has said, maybe just bite the bullet and buy them if you really want them.
Try to get Switch games on a decent sale is next to impossible... BOTW is still the same price 4 years later!
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