New Xbox One Weekly Deals Slash Prices On Final Fantasy Games And More

The Xbox Store’s weekly deals have arrived, bringing high discounts on a far-reaching preference of Xbox One games. The large sale this week focuses on Square Enix titles, including franchises like Final Fantasy and Tomb Raider. There’s also a Wild World of Robots Sale, that features–you guessed it–games with robots. You also still have about half a day to take partial in a Triple Threat Sale as well, so we can still seize Far Cry, Tom Clancy, and Assassin’s Creed titles during low prices.

As Final Fantasy VII Remake’s recover draws closer, because not spend some time with some of a classics from a role-playing franchise? A garland of Final Fantasy titles are 50% off during a Xbox Store. The OG Final Fantasy VII is a cold $8, and Final Fantasy IX is down to $10.49. You can also squeeze Final Fantasy VIII Remastered for $12, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for $25, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age for $25, and Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition for $17.49.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, one of a many under-the-radar gems of this console generation, is accessible for a impossibly low cost of $4.49 (was $30). If we haven’t played a stellar 2016 action-RPG from Eidos Montreal, don’t skip out on this deal. Dontnod Entertainment’s relocating episodic journey Life is Strange 2 is 60% off during $16, and Shadow of a Tomb Raider Definitive Edition–featuring all of a post-launch DLC–is slashed to $19.79 (was $60).

There are, of course, a garland of cold games featuring robots, so a Wild World of Robots Sale is flattering great, too. The glorious SteamWorld Dig 2 is ignored to $8 (was $20) and critically acclaimed Metroidvania Axiom Verge is 50% off during $10. If you’re in a mood for some psychological horror, Bloober Team’s overwhelming Observer is down to $7.49 (was $30).

Xbox Live Gold subscribers can take advantage of even some-more deals. This week’s Deals With Gold are led by Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for $39 (was $60), Resident Evil 2 for $20 (was $40), and Monster Hunter World for $15 (was $30).

You can crop a full preference of weekly deals during a Xbox Store and check out a picks below.

Best Xbox One diversion deals

*indicates deals disdainful to Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate subscribers

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