Sony may have just brought down the price of some of its PS4 bundles, but the Xbox One still has a couple of offers up its sleeve. This week, the new batch of Deals with Gold have been unveiled together with the usual Spotlight Sale.
Over at the Xbox Store, players can now download titles and expansions that have up to 75 percent discount. Players can prepare for the upcoming "WWE 2K16" with last year’s "WWE 2K15," offered as the standard and digital deluxe both of which are at 75 percent discount.
"The Escapists: The Walking Dead" from indie developer Team17 is also on sale at 10 percent discount. "Forza Horizon 2 Ultimate 10th Anniversary Edition" is discounted at 35 percent. This is complemented by the Forza Motorsport 5 Car Pass add-on, also on sale.
The Xbox 360 is populated more with stealth and survival titles. "The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct" price is now at lowered by 80 percent. Another undead-infested title, "Escape Dead Island" is on sale at 75 percent discount. Two "Sniper Elite" titles are on sale, while stealth reboot "Thief" caps off the games on demand list at 60 percent discount.
The full list of titles can be found over at Major Nelson's blog. Weekly Deals with Gold discounted games are only offered to Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
Amazon buyers can avail three more noteworthy Xbox One deals. All three bundles have the “NBA 2K16” included as a free title, IGN reported. The first bundle is the 1TB Xbox One and "FIFA 16" bundle for $399. There's the "Gears of War" bundle and "The LEGO Movie" bundle, both featuring the 500GB Xbox One and a $349 price tag. The bundles are still in stock over at the Amazon page.
There are other Xbox One bundles that players can look forward to during the holidays. Microsoft had also previously announced a total of five exciting bundles in time for holiday buyers. There are choices for those who want to get more from the bundle, as in the Holiday bundle's three-games-in-one offer. There are also those meant for AAA game fans, such as the "Rise of the Tomb Raider" bundle and the "Fallout 4" bundle.
Xbox One players also have a lot to look forward to, starting with the fact that the holidays will bring in an onslaught of exclusive titles and big-name AAA games. In addition, the Xbox One November system update is just around the corner, which will bring more gameplay opportunities via the backward compatibility for some Xbox 360 games.