Subscribe To Xbox One And Xbox 360's New Deals With Gold Are Live Updates
Xbox Live has been updated with a new set of discounts for Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The usual assortment of deals are accompanied by two more Countdown to 2015 price cuts.

Today's Countdown to 2015 daily discounts are for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of Terraria. This side-scroller lets players explore randomized worlds filled with monsters and loot. They can gather raw materials to create equipment and buildings that attract NPCs, which in turn unlock new items and challenges.

The XB1 and Xbox 360 versions of Terraria are 40% until Wednesday. It doesn't matter whether you have Xbox Live Gold or not. On Wednesday, these discounts will be replaced by other deals.

Xbox Live Gold subscribers, meanwhile, also have access to the following deals (via Major Nelson) from now until January 5th. They're all part of the LEGO franchise so it's perfect for gamers looking for some family-friendly entertainment. LEGO: Marvel Superheroes
Xbox One
  • LEGO: Batman 3 Beyond Gotham - 40% off
  • LEGO: Marvel Superheroes - 25% off
  • LEGO: The Movie - 67% off
LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga
Xbox 360
  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - 25% off
  • LEGO Batman 2 - 75% off
  • LEGO Batman 1 - 75% off
  • LEGO Harry Potter 1-4 - 75% off
  • LEGO Harry Potter 5-7 - 75% off
  • LEGO Marvel Superheroes - 67% off
  • LEGO The Movie Video Game - 67% off
  • LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga - 50% off
  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars - 50% off
Xbox Live has a lot of week-long deals going right now as part of the Countdown to 2015 promotion. The Xbox One deals include Destiny, Forza Horizon 2 and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. Xbox 360 gamers can get those same titles for cheap along with games like Street Fighter X Tekken, Metal Gear Rising Revengeance and Bully. You can check out the full list of those deals here. The Countdown to 2015 discounts will be available until the end of the year.

Sony extended their holiday sales on PSN due to that network's outages over the holidays. Xbox Live was hit by a DDoS attack as well last week but Microsoft hasn't announced any extension. To be fair, though, Xbox Live seemed to have recovered a lot quicker than PSN.

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