The Xbox spring sale is back with another tempting discount of up to 60 percent on Xbox games, and an additional 10 percent off for Gold membership holders. Last time, Microsoft offered similar discount offers around Black Friday and towards the end of 2015.
A post on the Xbox US website read, “The annual Spring Sale returns! Save up to 40-60 percent on premium Xbox Store games for Xbox One and 360. Go Gold to save up to 10 percent more.” It now seems that other US retailers will start following the footsteps of Xbox, and will start offering discount deals on various titles.
The post also mentioned that there will be more discounts on Microsoft TV, video games, movies and consoles, etc. The offer will run for more than a week, starting on March 20 till March 28. Microsoft reasons out that the offer is meant to celebrate the beautiful spring season. As of now, it is not clear whether the offer will be available in different physical stores across the world, apart from the US. Still, everybody can enjoy the deal since the digital discounts will be spread out globally.
There were reports that the Xbox One recently unlocked more titles with the backwards compatibility. This means that you can now quickly upload your game library with newer games and versions, bought at discounted prices, reports Independent. If you do not own a gold membership, then you may join the club and get free games and exclusive discounts, here.
You can refer to one of our earlier reports to know about the newly released Xbox 360 games, and if they are included in the Xbox One. Here, have a quick look at the new titles:
- Banjo Kazooie
- A kingdom for Keflings
- Blood of the Werewolf
- Bellator:MMA Onslaught
- Condemned: Criminal Origins
To know about the names of the rest of title, click here.
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