If there were some Xbox One, Xbox 360 or Windows PC games that you thought about getting your hands on at some point in the last six months, now is the time to move on them. Microsoft has unveiled its Xbox Black Friday 2016 deals and promotions a full week before you can expect savings from everyone else. We’re talking Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 for $75 dollars, up to 60% discounts on games released last calendar year, and entire movie purchases for just $4.99.
Microsoft revealed its Xbox Black Friday deals overnight. Most other businesses are waiting until the day after the Thanksgiving holiday to unveil deep discounts and savings. Microsoft is letting Xbox Live Gold users get a peek at the deals early as a perk of their subscription. It’s also letting them save an additional 10% versus what Xbox Live Free users pay for all these deals. Don’t have Xbox Live Gold? You can join now for a $1 for the first month.
Battlefield 1 is $40.19 for those that have Xbox Live Gold. A bundle with Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 is an astonishing $75.00. Batman A Telltale Series’ first episode is completely free. Kinect Sports is just $9.90. Mafia 3 is $41.99. Madden NFL 17 is $35.99. Someone talk me out of getting Kinect Sports Rivals. It’s just $4.99.
Besides slashing the cost of games, Microsoft is heavily discounting movies and television shows in the Xbox Black Friday 2016 sale too. The Legend of Korra, Sherlock and South Park are both including in the savings. Some movies are just a $4.99. I cashed in some Microsoft Rewards points just to get my hands on She’s Outta My League.
Major Nelson has a complete breakdown of the discounts along with links to each one of them.