Last Day For This Week's Xbox One Game Deals And Sales

Here's what's on sale right now on the Xbox Store.

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Microsoft's big end-of-year sale on the Xbox Store has wrapped up on January 4, but that doesn't mean your last chance to get cheap Xbox games has passed. The latest set of weekly deals has arrived for Xbox Live Gold members, bringing a select number of discounts on Xbox One games and DLC, alongside those on a few Xbox 360 games. [Update: It's Monday, making today your last chance to take advantage of these sale prices before they're replaced by the next set of deals.]

Among the most noteworthy offers on Xbox One is Diablo III: Eternal Collection for $30 / £27.50. This bundles together the base game, the excellent Reaper of Souls expansion, and the Rise of the Necromancer DLC (which adds the very fun Necromancer class). Alternatively, if you already own the game and Reaper of Souls, you can pick up Rise of the Necromancer on its own for $10 / £8.31.

Other deals of note include Redout: Lightspeed Edition for $26.79 / £21.43, Shantae: Half-Genie Hero for $13.39 / £10.71, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3's Season Pass Edition for $30 / £27.50, Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings for $6 / £4.80, 101 Ways to Die for $5 / £4, and Alien Hominid HD (an Xbox 360 game playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility) for $5 / £3.37. Some notable DLC on sale includes Forza Horizon 3's Blizzard Mountain expansion for $8 / £6.69 and Forza Motorsport 7's Car Pass for $15 / £12.49.

Separately from these deals, the first of January's free Games With Gold titles are now available. Those include The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III; if you're taken with it or want to start with an earlier title in the series, Gold members can pick up the first game in the series for $5 / £3.96. Additionally, if you don't have Gold, there are still a few deals to be had, including Furi for $10 / £8.

All of these offers are available from now through January 8. You can see the full list here.

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