Microsoft's Spring Sale Is Here With 500+ Xbox One And Xbox 360 Game Deals

Save some money this spring.

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It's the beginning of spring (or autumn in other parts of the world), and to celebrate, Microsoft has kicked off a huge sale for Xbox One and Xbox 360 games and related content.

The Spring Sale, as it's called, offers discounts up to 65% on more than 500 Xbox One and Xbox 360 digital games and extra content. As part of the sale, there are also 95 Xbox One games available for $10 or under. The deals are available online and in Microsoft stores, and they're also valid in Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world.

And to make things sweeter, Xbox Live Gold members can save even more (up to 10 percent extra), while new Xbox Live Gold members can sign up for only $1 and also receive 1,000 coins for Apex Legends. There's also a deal going on for the next month where new subscribers can get three months of Xbox Game Pass for only $1.

Some of the notable Xbox One game deals include Battlefield V for $36, Assassin's Creed Odyssey for $30, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for $36, FIFA 19 for $24, Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition for $7.50, Just Cause 4 for $30, Red Dead Redemption 2 for $45, Resident Evil 7 for $18, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition for $20.

In addition to games, some Xbox One consoles, like the Fallout 76 Xbox One X bundle, are $100 off, while the custom Xbox Design Lab controllers are $5 off. The Spring Sale will end Tuesday, April 23 at 3 AM PT / 6 AM ET / 10 AM GMT / 8 PM AET, so you'll have to act relatively quick to get in on the savings.

Shop Microsoft's Spring Sale on Xbox One, Xbox 360 games »

See some of the best deals below--keep in mind the discounts will be even greater for Gold members--and browse the full collection of deals in the Microsoft Store.

Sign up for Xbox Live Gold for even greater discounts, free monthly games, and online multiplayer gaming »

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Avatar image for lorddaggeroff

Just lower the Xbox one X that's all anyone cares about, texting and driving and 4k on a 1080p display.

Avatar image for redskins4045

Yeah the sale it kinda lame. If your new to Xbox it’s not bad but it’s the same old games. Just wait till fall or Xmas to get the same games cheaper. Metro Exodus looks dope but it’s only $15 off with gold. With PC gaming you get the really good deals, games are cheap AF. I think PlayStation does a good job with their deals also.

Avatar image for sladakrobot

A sale with no surprises...more of the same. There is no game that triggered me in this sale...shame,i skipped all the last weekly sales in hope to find some good offerings now

Avatar image for thedarklinglord

A lot of the same games at a lot of the same prices. The sale may end April 23, but there's no reason to rush and buy anything because we'll see most, if not all, of these games on sale again (at the same prices) in a few months when Microsoft has their next sale, whether it's a Summer sale, an Autumn/Halloween sale, the Black Friday sale, or the Countdown to New Year sale. Hell, where the 360 games are concerned, all of those games have been on sale at those same prices for the last 4-5 years at least twice a year. There's simply no reason for excitement when Microsoft announces a sale.

Avatar image for redviperofdorne

It's definitely light on the "sale" aspect of things. A lot of these games are the same old-same old we have seen before.

Avatar image for sabredj

I love the sale, but Fallout 76 for $45... *cue hysterical laughter*