Gaming News 08 Apr 2021 9:14 AM +00:00

Microsoft Deals With Gold offers huge Xbox discounts on Rainbow Six Siege, Borderlands 3, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and more

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Xbox is riding high at the moment after yesterday's surprise blog post from Phil Spencer highlighting the Xbox Series X specs, as well as the announcement from CD Projekt Red that Cyberpunk 2077 will require one purchase across both current and next-generation consoles.

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That's not to say they've forgotten about Xbox One owners, though, and this week's Deals With Gold sale offers some significant discounts on some of the console's best titles.

For the unaware, anyone with an Xbox Live Gold membership or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription can grab exclusive weekly offers from the Xbox Store.

Here are some of the picks of this week, or you can see the full list here.

Rainbow Six: Siege Deluxe Edition (70% off)

Esports fans (and just anyone looking for an excellent, tactical first-person shooter can pick up Ubisoft's long-running multiplayer title for just £7.49.

The Division 2 (85% off)

On the subject of Tom Clancy titles, The Division 2 is £8.99 and only launched last year. There's even a 33% discount on versions that include the upcoming Warlords of New York Expansion – bringing it down to £33.49.

Sonic Mania (50% off)

If you caught the Blue Blur at the cinema and are still looking for some more Sonic in your life, Sonic Mania is 50% off, making it just £7.99. It also happens to be one of the best games in the series' history.

Dragon Ball FighterZ (Up to 80% off)

The best Dragon Ball game in history is on sale, with the Fighterz Edition offering the game and the season pass for just £14.99. Elsewhere both Xenoverse and its sequel are on sale, too.

Borderlands 3 (50% off)

One of last year's biggest-sellers, Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition is 50% off. That still makes it £44.99, but it does include the Season Pass and other digital goodies.

For more about PlayStation Plus games in March, click here.

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