Major Nelson rounded up the current week’s Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale promotions, which benefit those consumers who have an Xbox One or Xbox 360 (or both). A variety of popular games and expansion content are featured, with discounts running through September 25, 2017 in North America. Various other regions may offer different prices and availability.
You can view the complete post on Major Nelson’s blog, but it’s worth paying attention to a few highlights.
Battlefield 1 Revolution, a recent release that includes Battlefield 1, a premium pass, and the Hellfighter Pack, is available at a 30% discount that works out to $41.99 USD. If you want even more shooting action, you can pick up Battlefield 1 Revolution and Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition in a single bundle that is offered at $59.99 USD, a 25% savings. Various “shortcut kit” bundles are also on offer.
If older Battlefield is more your thing, you might prefer Battlefield 4 in either standard or premium editions, which are priced at $6.60 USD and $12.50, respectively. Battlefield 4 Premium includes five expansions, 12 battlepacks, and more.
On Xbox 360, the two Bad Company games are offered at nice discounts. You can also obtain Battlefield 3 Premium for only $4.99 USD, which is an add-on featuring several expansions for Battlefield 3 itself. That base game is currently free to Xbox Live Gold members, making this the perfect time to get the full experience at a bargain.
Naturally, the promotion includes games from other franchises and publishers, including L.A. Noire (recently confirmed for release on newer platforms), Max Payne 3, and Midnight Club: L.A. from Rockstar Games. Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition is available at a 35% discount for Xbox One, and Ubisoft is making both Far Cry 4 and Far Cry Primal available at a 60% discount (along with various add-on content).
Make sure to take advantage on the savings on the above titles (as well as numerous popular indie titles) while you can, and check back around the middle of next week to see what new promotions Microsoft has wrangled up for its Xbox Live Gold members.