The Xbox Spring Sale 2022 has now been going on for almost a week, and although we don't have specific figures to share, the Microsoft Store is already indicating some of the best-selling offers as part of this year's sale so far.
Looking at the 'Top Paid Games' section of the store, it's evident that major AAA titles like WWE 2K22, Grand Theft Auto V, Call of Duty: Vanguard, NBA 2K22, Cyberpunk 2077, Red Dead Redemption 2, Insurgency: Sandstorm and others are selling particularly well, and that probably comes as no surprise to most people.
But then, we've got some interesting inclusions towards the top of the list that we might not have expected. The most bizarre is Who's Your Daddy?! (the image in the article), which is sitting near the peak of the 'Top Paid Games' section in the both the UK and the US right now. Batman: Arkham Collection is also proving really popular due to its heavy discount, and the same goes for games like Monopoly Plus, Saints Row, LEGO Harry Potter Collection, TT Isle Of Man Ride On The Edge 2, TimeSplitters 2, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and others.
Here's an overview of the 'Top Paid Games' section in the UK and US for all Xbox games right now:
Keep in mind that these listings also include games that were recently part of sales but are no longer discounted (like TimeSplitters: Future Perfect), so it's a little bit out of date in regards to some titles. Nevertheless, it's still a perfectly good indication of which games are selling particularly well in the Spring Sale so far.
If you want to grab some for yourself, we've linked to all our Pure Xbox Spring Sale guides below!
- Deals: Xbox Spring Sale 2022 Now Live, 500+ Games Discounted
- Deals: Multiple Games Reduced By 85-95% In The Xbox Spring Sale 2022
- Deals: All 25+ Backwards Compatible Games In The Xbox Spring Sale 2022
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