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Big Xbox One Sale Going On Now Ahead Of The Game Awards 2017
In addition to this week's selection of Deals With Gold, a new sale is going on right now on the Xbox Store. Microsoft has kicked off a Game Awards Sale ahead of tonight's big awards show, giving Xbox One owners another chance to score some nice discounts on many of this year's biggest releases.
The Game Awards Sale only runs for a limited time and offers deals on many of this year's nominees, which include some major recently released titles. Among them are Assassin's Creed Origins ($42/£41.24), Destiny 2 ($39/£35.74), Call of Duty: WWII ($49.79/£45.64), South Park: The Fractured But Whole ($42/£38.49), Resident Evil 7 ($30/£26.50), Prey ($20/£15), Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite ($36/£30), Forza Motorsport 7 ($39/£32.49), Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus ($30/£25), Cuphead ($17/£14.22), Injustice 2 ($30/£33), and Halo Wars 2 ($20/£15). Many of these same games are also on sale right now in the Microsoft Store, though those deals will only be available today.
The Game Awards Sale also encompass some titles you may have initially overlooked, such as What Remains of Edith Finch ($15/£12), Life Is Strange: Before the Storm Deluxe Edition ($17.49/£14), Slime Rancher ($13.39/£10.71), and Mr. Shifty ($10.04/£8.03). A handful of older titles are discounted right now as well. Final Fantasy XV is $20/£16, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is $20/£15 (while the Complete Edition runs for $40/£39.04), and XCOM 2 is $19.80/£14.85. The latter's new War of the Chosen expansion is also on sale for $30/£26.24.
You can find the full list of discounted titles on the Xbox website. The Game Awards Sale will be available until December 10, while this week's Deals with Gold expire on December 12. The Game Awards 2017 airs tonight, December 7, at 5:30 PM PT / 8:30 PM ET. You can see the full list of nominees here.