Microsoft is Holding a Massive Xbox Sale During E3 Week

Ruben Fields
June 5, 2018

Microsoft is axing $50 off all Xbox One models with the first official cut on the Xbox One X dropping the price online and at retailers to $449, from June 10-23. The 500GB Xbox One S console will also be $50 off ($199), while supplies last.

The Xbox One X discount is one of many though.

Seven months after its launch, the Xbox One X is finally going on sale for the first time later this week.

In addition to discounts on newly released titles, gamers will also be able to save on over 300 other Xbox One hits, like Battlefield 1, Federation Internationale de Football Association 18, NBA 2K18, Assassin's Creed Origins, Forza Motorsport 7, Destiny 2, and Super Lucky's Tale.

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Games will also be on sale, but don't expect any major steals.

E3 2018 kicks off in about a week, and if you were waiting for Xbox to unveil some sales before purchasing a new system, you made the right choice. Games like Monster Hunter: World, Sea of Thieves and PUBG will be on sale for the first time, along with more than 300 other titles.

The Microsoft Store will also have various games discounted at up to 75-percent off. Subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass (which just celebrated its one-year anniversary) are $1 for one month for new users.

Microsoft is celebrating E3's arrival with what it's calling "the biggest Xbox sale of the year". Microsoft is promising deals on more than 300 games, including Battlefield 1, Federation Internationale de Football Association 18, NBA 2K18, Assassin's Creed Origins, Forza Motorsport 7 and more. If you want to create your own controller, you can go through the Xbox Design Lab program with starting prices now lowered to $69.99. Full games will start as low as $19.99, plus people can save 50% or more on dozens of season passes, expansions, and DLC.

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