The Xbox Spring Sale might be over for another year, but Microsoft hasn't wasted any time getting more deals out on the Xbox Store, with a brand-new "50% off or more" sale discounting over 200 games for the next few days.
You'll find a wide range of titles in here, from indie games to AAA behemoths, with the full selection available to view on official Xbox website (and in the "Deals" section on your Xbox console)
In the table below, we've picked out just a few highlights for you to take a look at.
All of the sales in the table below will be live until at least Thursday, April 27th.
Buying anything in the Xbox "50% off or more" sale? Let us know down in the comments.
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I have a dream that one day I can catch a 60% off on a CoD game that isn't from 2014 or something.
Think I might go in on South Park have the platinums on Playstation but there such good games and I know they can help me hit my 100k goal by the end of the year
@Sebatrox Yes... * insert "It's been 84 years" meme *
I am most excited into digging into Black Ops campaigns and giving Infinite Warfare a second chance. I kept up with MW games fairly well.
After some boring entries in my childhood's favourite genre like Mario Kart 8, I'm pleasantly surprised by Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3 (70% off for the first time!).
Graphically, it's organic but not as beautiful as Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled but with perfect 60fps performance on Series X (Crash Team Racing is 30fps and hasn't been optimised for Series S|X) and looks nicer than in the screenshots.
Gameplay is tight and similar to other games. As you'd expect, it includes single, multiplayer (up to 4) and online modes. It keeps controls and drifting simple as Mario Kart but it adds a charged item (assistant) along with regular items. It also adds turbo slides that reminds of Crash Team Racing's cylinders. There is plenty of customisation of drivers and vehicles, lets you tune and boost the statistics you like the most. It also has four levels of difficulty and speed, that's very important as well. It has all the ingredients for a solid karts racer. Fast, fun and tight. Highly recommended!
Honestly by this point Xbox store sales are basically the same as DFS sales now.
Hell I'm not complaining.
Always the same games. Sometimes the sales a percentage better, sometimes worse.
I wish the OG Life is Strange would go on sale. I like it more than the remastered version, which had a bunch of issues (when I played it) and I didn't like the new lighting or some of the faces.
@Banjo- oooh. I'll look into Nick Kart Racers. I'm a huge fan of Mario Kart. It's such a simple formula too, but so many games seem to not get it right (I'm looking at you Sonic Team Racing).
Digital sales this gen are terrible. Most of the games are the same as when I got my x1x in 2018. New games go on 20% sales once or twice 6-12 months later then not again, or worse only the digital deluxe and not the base game do.. I can't imagine it's really helping sales overall. For me I basically wait for a sale forever, never see it go on sale then just forget about the game and move onto other ones turning lots of guaranteed sales into no sales at all.
@BrilliantBill With all the talk of Switch getting COD I find myself hoping for some sort of Master Chief collection like remastering or bundling of the classic COD campaigns for modern consoles and PC.
@Banjo- Thank you for writing this! Your comment made me buy the game and indeed, it’s clever, fast-paced, and fun!
@Bartig @Utena-mobile I'm happy to help you and I'm glad that you like it! I love it. If I had to nitpick, there is a lack of button mapping and the rumble feedback is a bit cheap LOL.
I read a few reviews and it seems that the game bombed at release because of its poor performance, but it currently runs with no frame rate drops on Series X (I don't know about Series S).
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