Microsoft is Holding a Massive Xbox Sale During E3 Week

This is a part of Xbox's latest sale which even includes the first ever discount applied to the powerful Xbox One X, marking it down an additional 50 bucks from retail cost.

Microsoft is holding its biggest Xbox sale of the year this week. Get deals on Xbox One X enhanced titles like Sea of Thieves, FIFA 18, Assassin's Creed Origins, and Forza Motorsport 7, and immerse yourself in stunning 4K ultra HD gaming with HDR.

E3 is a very exciting time for a lot of gamers, so it doesn't come as too much of a shock to see companies trying to take advantage of that excitement through various sales. Is it finally time to upgrade to the Xbox One X? It sounds like this deal is just for new subscribers, though. All special edition, limited edition, black and white controllers will be $10 off and Xbox Design Lab custom controllers will start at $70.

Microsoft will also be discounting the standard Xbox One, bringing the 500GB Xbox One S down to $199. If you need to try out both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass with that shiny new system, you can also get both services for just $1 for the first month for either.

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Over 300 games will be discounted with full games starting as low as $19.99. Microsoft is promising deals on more than 300 games, including Battlefield 1, Federation Internationale de Football Association 18, NBA 2K18, Assassin's Creed Origins, Forza Motorsport 7 and more. Add-ons like season passes and DLC will also be on sale, but the post didn't specify which games will feature these reduced prices.

The Biggest Xbox Sale of the Year runs from June 7 to June 23.

As for games, they say there will be 75 percent off certain games, including discounts on titles like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Monster Hunter: World, and Sea of Thieves.

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