Far Cry 3, Borderlands 2, More Kick Off XBL Ultimate Game Sale
If you’re in the market for some gaming on the cheap, then you might want to check out the Xbox Live Ultimate Game Sale, beginning today and offering brand new discounts every day through July 8. If today’s first crop of titles can serve as any indication, your digital backlog might be getting a whole lot bigger over the course of the next week.
Announced through the Major Nelson Blog, this year’s Ultimate Game Sale offers a collection of 11 games that will be discounted up to 85 percent through the entirety of the promotion. A rotating batch of discounted games will also be offered daily, meaning you’ll have plenty of reason to check back on a regular basis through July 8. While you can take your time deciding on the long-haul sales, anything offered in the daily discounts will be gone in 24 hours. I hope your wallet is ready for a good workout.
“There will be a new set of titles on sale every day between now and July 5, so come back here for the daily post I’ll make…” reads the blog post.
So, how about we move along to those games? First up, we’ll take a gander at today’s special discounts. If you’re into action, then you’re in for a treat.
July 2 Only
-Assassin’s Creed 3 $14.99 (63% off)
-Borderlands 2 $9.99 (75% off)
-Far Cry 3 $19.99 (67% off)
-Max Payne 3 $9.99 (75% off)
Now for the games discounted through the entire promotion, starting today.
Good through July 8
-Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway $4.99 (83% off)
-Far Cry Instincts Predator $4.99 (74% off)
-Crysis $4.99 (75% off)
-Command and Conquer Red Alert 3 $4.99 (67% off)
-WWE ’13 $14.99 (75% off)
-Mass Effect $4.99 (67% off)
-Prey $2.99 (85% off)
-Bulletstorm $4.99 (75% off)
-Perfect Dark Zero $2.99 (80% off)
-Dragon Age Origins $4.99 (67% off)
-Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga $4.99 (83% off)
For something resembling a road map of games you can expect to see made part of the promotion in the coming days, take a peek at this list posted last week. It won’t give you any kind of hints as to the pricing, but at least you can figure out which games you might want to be keeping an eye out for.
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