Save up to 85% on these Black Friday Xbox Live deals

Black Friday is coming, and the team over at Xbox has revealed some of the awesome deals you can take advantage of during this year's biggest shopping week. Not only can you stock up on some of the best games that launched this year, but these titles are up to 85% off. Most notable among these are Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, the latest installment in the series that is known for its exceptional gameplay and fluid mechanics. Beyond that, if you have the Xbox One X, some of these games will run at a smooth framerate, at up to native 4K thanks to some excellent improvements.

Games that received enhancements for the latest console from Microsoft include Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition which was discounted by a hefty 50%, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, and Mafia III coming in at a 60% markdown. Destiny 2, the best-selling game in the US at the moment, received a not-so-insignificant 35% price cut as well.

For the three people out there who haven't picked up Grand Theft Auto V, the game will receive a 50% price cut this Black Friday, giving you ample reason to go blow up some stuff in the extremely popular GTA Online mode. If you were looking to assassinate some ancient Egyptians - or Romans if you will - you're in luck, as Assassin's Creed: Origins gets a 30% trim.

It has to be noted that some of these deals require an active Xbox Live Gold subscription, and several of the Xbox 360 titles are backward compatible with Xbox One. Subscribers of the online service will get early access until November 20, after which it will be made available to everyone. If you haven't signed up yet, you can do so now for just $1.

The top Xbox One deals are as follows:

The top Xbox 360 deals will be made available at a later time.

For the full list of Xbox One and Xbox 360 Black Friday deals, head on to the source link below.

Source: Major Nelson

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