Get three Xbox One games (including Titanfall) for $60

After shelling out $500 for the Xbox One, you may have found that your budget for new games wasn't as large as you would have liked, causing you to skip a few games at launch. If that describes your situation, then Microsoft wants to help you out.

The online Microsoft Store is currently running a promotion where you can buy two select games and get one free. There are quite a few good games to choose from, including the ever popular Titanfall, but most of the games are "older." One thing to note, however, is while Titanfall is listed as $60, you can instead purchase two $30 titles and receive Titanfall for free. This may be an oversight, but the process works as of right now. The list of titles in the promotion are:

  • Assassin's Creed IV
  • Madden 25
  • FIFA 14
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • Titanfall
  • Just Dance 2014
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
  • NBA 2K14
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order
  • Metal Gear Solid V

A word of warning: The site is running a little slow, and titles are bound to sell out quickly, so if you're interested, you should pull the trigger quickly.

Source: Microsoft Store

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Nerd Rage said,
I wish this applied to digital copies as well. I hate swapping disks.

I love not having to get up to switch games. I just look for my game on the dashboard and play it.

Imagine a world where you had to switch micro sd cards depending on the game you want to play in your phone...

Great deal... too bad I have given up discs and gone with digital only... wish they had this deal for digital content.

at least for me, i would have considered it if I could have paid for lego marvel super heroes, metal gear solid and gotten Wolfenstein for free...

s0nic69 said,
Great deal... too bad I have given up discs and gone with digital only... wish they had this deal for digital content.

I'm sure they will soon. Things got pushed back cause of the luddites getting their panties in a bunch about online parts of XBO.

Crimson Rain said,

I'm sure they will soon. Things got pushed back cause of the luddites getting their panties in a bunch about online parts of XBO.

What makes you so sure? They have never had any good deals for the online marketplace. They'd like nothing more than to stop retail distribution and then charge MSRP for downloaded games indefinitely.

s0nic69 said,
Great deal... too bad I have given up discs and gone with digital only... wish they had this deal for digital content.

You can thank the most misinformed "gamer" community on the net for orchestrating the biggest BS crusade against MS for that one, otherwise every retail copy of a game would now essentially have been a digital copy as well. Gee, I bet they didn't see this retail deal benefit coming either with all their supposed wisdom.
Anyways, just wait it out. MS does a lot of 67-75% off digital games deals for the Xbox 360 these days, so that'll apply to the Xbox One soon enough.

s0nic69 said,
Great deal... too bad I have given up discs and gone with digital only... wish they had this deal for digital content.

They don't have anyone to compete with digitally. This is why many were wary about going all digital with a gaming console that has no competition in terms of digital distribution.

Thief000 said,

You can thank the most misinformed "gamer" community on the net for orchestrating the biggest BS crusade against MS for that one, otherwise every retail copy of a game would now essentially have been a digital copy as well. Gee, I bet they didn't see this retail deal benefit coming either with all their supposed wisdom.
Anyways, just wait it out. MS does a lot of 67-75% off digital games deals for the Xbox 360 these days, so that'll apply to the Xbox One soon enough.

They have discounts on very old games. There are never sales on any games that could be any way considered "new" while the disc versions can be purchased on sale even just a month or two after release.

They need to start selling game download codes again. Then maybe digital games will be worth buying because I'll be able to get the code from Amazon for $40 instead of paying $60 on the xbox marketplace for it.