Microsoft is having a massive Xbox One Spring Sale on games right now. So massive, in fact, that we spent hours sifting through it to pick out our favorite game deals in a list that feels like it contains just about every noteworthy Xbox game available.- Advertisement -
The sale ends April 9, and if you’re an Xbox Live Gold member, you can get some extra discounts through April 2.
Below are our favorite deals in the bunch. All of these titles have good reviews and some of the larger discounts in the sale. To see the rest of the discounts, check out Microsoft’s page for its 2018 Xbox Spring Sale.
If you’re thinking of buying an Xbox One, check out our Best Xbox One Bundle Deals, Xbox One Tips and Tricks, and buying guide for Xbox fans, which has some accessory recommendations.
Our Top Picks
Life is Strange Season 1 – $7 ($13 off)
If you ever played those old point-and-click adventures from the 1990s or some of Telltale’s newer story-driven games, Life is Strange is an offbeat title you should check out. You’re a student and every action you make has repercussions on the story. You also have a fun time-rewinding power. Check out the trailer to get a better idea.
Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 – $40 ($40 off)
Battlefield 1 took EA’s classic team-based shooter series to new places and Titanfall 2 is a frantic, fun shooter with mechs. Both are critically acclaimed and worth a try, especially at $20 a piece in this bundle.
Tom Clancy’s The Division – $20 ($30 off)
Aside from its incredibly realistic depiction of New York City, The Division is incredibly fun as an online co-op game. Get a friend or two and play together. Some of the missions are really tough, but it’s one of the better co-op experiences out right now and there’s plenty to accomplish.
Game Bundle Deals
Award Winning Games
Indie and Offbeat Games
Racing and Sports Games
Deluxe Editions (DLC Included)
Other Xbox Spring Sale Games
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