Last Chance For This Week's Xbox One Digital Game Sale

Save some cash this week on Xbox One games.

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Each Monday evening, Microsoft refreshes its list of game deals on the digital Xbox Store. This week's sale is a big one, with dozens of games from Ubisoft, the Battlefield series, and more discounted up to 85% off. Below, we sort through some of the highlights to help you find the best games for the lowest prices. Just make sure you finalize your purchases before the deals go away on September 17.

Anyone looking to fill in the gaps of their Assassin's Creed collection can get some cheap games this week. Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection, which contains Assassin's Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations, is on sale for $20. Unity is $12, Syndicate is $20, and Origins--the game whose modern-day story continues in the upcoming Assassin's Creed Odyssey--is down to $30.

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A handful of Far Cry games are on sale, including Far Cry 5 for $36. South Park: The Fractured but Whole and Watch Dogs 2 are both down to $18. Anyone looking to add a shooter to their gaming collection can grab The Division for $15 / £12 or Rainbow Six Siege for $20.

Speaking of shooters, you don't have to wait for Battlefield V to launch in November to get your fix for that series. Battlefield Hardline Ultimate Edition and Battlefield 4 Premium Edition are on sale for $9 each, and Battlefield 1 is just $6 (the premium pass is free this week as well). If you want to go all in, you can pick up Battlefield Anniversary Bundle for $25. It comes with all three of those games, along with all of their DLC. That's a lot of Battlefield.

Or you could just kick back and grind loot in Diablo 3: Eternal Collection for $30 or savor Red Dead Redemption for $10 before the sequel lands next month. We have more great deals in the list below, and you can see the full list of deals here.

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