The Xbox Summer Sale is here! This year's sale features discounts on over 500 games, bundles and add-ons, available from Friday, July 23rd until Friday, August 6th.
Below, we've picked out some of the very best bargains available in the Xbox Summer Sale 2021, allowing you to pick up some highly discounted and/or ultra-cheap Xbox games over the next few days.
- Roundup: Xbox Summer Sale Now Live, 500+ Games Discounted
- Deals: All Classic Xbox Games In The Xbox Summer Sale 2021
The following Xbox Summer Sale deals will expire on Friday, August 6th.
Found any other bargains to add to the list? Give us your suggestions down in the comments below!
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Ah, Quantum Break. Man I wish that game receives a well deserved FPS Boost. I'd actually buy it (even though it's on Game Pass) if I knew it'd get that sweet FPS treatment.
Such a shame Ghostrunner never drops below 15, even on pc I've never caught it below the 10 mark.
what game is the main picture from ?
@Cyberpunk1964 It's Metro Exodus...
@FraserG Looks like a rather big error on the price for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War. If you click on the link, you get the version that costs $49.99. Strangely enough, you can also select the Definitive Edition with all the current DLC, which costs only $11.99. That one also has a + behind the price, probably hinting at even more in-game purchases.
Either way, it's still not $9.99...
Also, concerning Battlefield 1, for all the people interested: choose Battlefield 1 Revolution instead. That does not only contain Battlefield 1 but also all of the DLC and it only costs $2 more.
@ThanosReXXX Not sure what happened there!
Thanks for pointing out.
@FraserG You're very welcome. I see you've updated the link for Battlefield 1. I hope more people will be able to take advantage of that now.
The other link is still for the non-discounted version of Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, though. The only one that's discounted is the Definitive Edition, which (strangely enough), also contains the standard version, which on its own still costs $49.99...
Anyway, here's the link for the Definitive Edition:
After finding out that rather odd but welcome difference in price between the two versions, I went ahead and bought that, so in a way, you guys posting the link towards the non-discounted version ultimately led me to that one.
Hi, the correct link for Plants VS Zombies Deluxe Edition is: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/plants-vs-zombies-battle-for-neighborville-deluxe-edition/c4rr6st0p1x7?ocid=AID2200057_aff_7593_1243925#activetab=pivot:overviewtab
Is Metro Exodus any good for Series X? I only got to play it a ti y bit back when it was on gamepass, and not upgraded for next gen yet.
@ThanosReXXX @Harvy75 Thanks both, clearly had a few issues putting this together, it's a lot more finicky and awkward than it might seem!
I'm glad it at least (kind of) led to a purchase for you though, @ThanosReXXX
@FraserG Me too, as it is a game that deserves the attention, because it's great. Funnily enough, I did somehow miss/forget it even existed, even though I did have a demo of it on my hard drive.
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