Microsoft Xbox Spring Savings Sale: Red Dead Redemption 2 $40, Assassin's Creed Origins Deluxe Edition $23, The Sims 4 $13 + More Shop the Xbox Spring Savings Sale Now!

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Get more games for your personal backlog at the Xbox Store, because their Spring Savings Sale is on now and you can save up to 75% on nearly 500 games and DLC!

We've listed a handful of titles for Xbox One to provide some game-at-home inspiration.

The Xbox Spring Savings Sale is effective until April 13. All items are digital and available for download immediately after purchase.

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    • Fifa 20 for $31 is as good as it gets if you want a digital copy
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    • Hasn't been the best timing for me this week. Bought a One S for $300 then RDR2 and FIFA 20 for $50 each.

      I should've waited! Agh.

      Great deals though in this sale.
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    • Bought Sekiro in the sale!
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    • NHL 2020 is on sale too for $26
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    • Damn, I was hoping Stardew Valley would be on sale. I already own it on switch but want to play it for achievements on Xbox. :(
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    • No discount on LIVE member ship?
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    • MatthewB52777 wrote: Hasn't been the best timing for me this week. Bought a One S for $300 then RDR2 and FIFA 20 for $50 each.

      I should've waited! Agh.

      Great deals though in this sale.
      $300 for an S, with Series X coming this Xmas, Yikes!
      $380 for an X is only a warm price at this point
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    • If you want to save a couple extra dollars buy a xbox card from Costco before buying these games.
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    • X is definately a decent deal with 20x points at shoppers......
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    • LeafNWO wrote: $300 for an S, with Series X coming this Xmas, Yikes!
      $380 for an X is only a warm price at this point
      Microsoft did announce that for the early part of next gen, all console exclusives will be forward compatible, meaning they'll run on current gen systems. If you're not on a 4K TV or don't need Ray Tracing, I'm sure the Xbox One X will be sufficient enough to tide you over when we move to next gen, although I don't know if the S would be up to par.
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    • For those with a PS4 and Xbox One, I recommend you check both storefronts before purchasing anything.

      I was looking for Just Dance 2020 and found it for $24.99 on PlayStation store vs. $37 (IIRC) on Xbox Live.
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    • M1GOmigs wrote: Microsoft did announce that for the early part of next gen, all console exclusives will be forward compatible, meaning they'll run on current gen systems. If you're not on a 4K TV or don't need Ray Tracing, I'm sure the Xbox One X will be sufficient enough to tide you over when we move to next gen, although I don't know if the S would be up to par.
      reports out there are saying the One X will be like the One S of next gen if they are indeed coming up with 2 models so the X should be enough for a couple of years. if i've read right
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    • Maximus VI wrote: For those with a PS4 and Xbox One, I recommend you check both storefronts before purchasing anything.

      I was looking for Just Dance 2020 and found it for $24.99 on PlayStation store vs. $37 (IIRC) on Xbox Live.
      But on the Xbox, if you have the Kinect you get a much better experience
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    • sumtimw0ng wrote: reports out there are saying the One X will be like the One S of next gen if they are indeed coming up with 2 models so the X should be enough for a couple of years. if i've read right
      The rumours say that there are two models... Based entirely on Teraflops (floating point operations... ie computing speed), the Series X is about double the amount of TF as the One X, while the weaker next gen console is clocked slightly lower than the One X. But that's not taking into account the hard drive speed, amount and speed of RAM, capabilities of the newer CPU/GPU architecture, etc. There's a deeper dive on this in the PC/Gaming subforum on here.

      So yeah, I think One X will probably be ok especially if you're not trying to achieve 4k/60fps + ray tracing graphics. I'm still on a 1080p TV and I'm in no hurry to upgrade that so the One X is probably going to be good enough for me.

      Another plus about next gen is that the controllers are forward compatible. Xbox One controllers will work on Series X controllers, and for the most part they're very similar except for a new share button in the middle, and updated ergonomics.
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    • Maximus VI wrote: For those with a PS4 and Xbox One, I recommend you check both storefronts before purchasing anything.

      I was looking for Just Dance 2020 and found it for $24.99 on PlayStation store vs. $37 (IIRC) on Xbox Live.
      I grabbed it on Xbox for $32 + tax = $36.71, but if you don't have either a PS Move or Kinect, then the game is pretty much the same and you play using your smartphone, so just grab the cheaper one if you own both consoles. IIRC it's still expensive for the Switch.

      It's pretty good and polished though, and perfect if you've got kids. My wife, kids and I are all enjoying it.
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    • Been looking for a deal on Cities Skylines, so the timing is great!
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    • I already got Diablo 3 on pc but never really played it...any reason to get it on xbox ?
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    • Diablo 3 Eternal Collection includes the Necromancer class and all of its expansion content.
      Using a controller you have a rolling dodge move and controller vibration that is not in the PC version (mouse and keyboard only).
      tostaky wrote: I already got Diablo 3 on pc but never really played it...any reason to get it on xbox ?
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