Xbox One: Get Huge Discounts On Doom, Dishonored, And More

The QuakeCon Sale includes huge discounts on Dishonored, Doom, Wolfenstein, and more on Xbox One.


Ahead of QuakeCon this weekend, you can save on a bunch of id Software and Bethesda games at the Xbox Store. The QuakeCon Sale on Xbox One runs through August 10 and features massive discounts on popular franchises such as Doom, Dishonored, Fallout, and more. You can also get 4A Games' Metro series for cheap this week at the Xbox Store.

The best deals during the QuakeCon Sale are on bundles. If you haven't played many of the games under the ZeniMax Media umbrella, now's your chance to do so at really low prices.

Best deals at Xbox Store

The Arkane Anniversary Collection contains every Arkane Studios game available on Xbox One for $30, down from $100, including Dishonored: Definitive edition, Dishonored 2, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, and Prey. The Wolfenstein: Alt History Collection is on sale for $32 and comes with all four modern Wolfenstein titles: Wolfenstein: The New Order, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Meanwhile, the Doom Slayers Collection is only $13.49 and contains Doom (classic), Doom 2, Doom 3, and Doom (2016).

The most recent game in id Software's ultra-gory first-person shooter franchise, Doom Eternal, is on sale for 50% off at $30. It released earlier this year and earned an 8/10 in GameSpot's Doom Eternal review. Other games on sale this week at the Xbox Store include Fallout 4 for $9, Fallout 76 for $20, Rage 2 for $12, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special edition for $13.19.

The Metro franchise sale lets you grab all three games in the post-apocalyptic FPS franchise for around $20. Metro Exodus, which released last year, is discounted to a new low price of $13.19. The Metro Redux Bundle, which contains 2033 Redux and Last Light Redux, is only $7.49.

In addition to all of the deals ahead of QuakeCon, you can claim the PC version of Quake for free via the Bethesda Launcher this weekend.

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