Take on the Cleaners in The Division with this week's Deals with Gold and Spotlight Sale

It's that time of the week again, and Microsoft alongside Ubisoft is offering another bumper week with this Deals with Gold and the weekly Spotlight sale. Save up to 85% on several titles including Grand Theft Auto V and Zoo Tycoon; alongside a bundle of add-ons, that is sure to make your gaming experience this week one to remember. That is if you're not busy hunting treasure in Sea of Thieves which launched this week.

First off, become the Inquisitor in Dragon Age: Inquisition as you attempt to save the world from destruction thanks to several tears opening up and unleashing mayhem on the continent of Thedas, alongside your duty in trying to settle civil unrest. If something a bit more modern is up your alley, Mirror's Edge Catalyst received a 75% discount as well. Test out your skills as Faith Collins in a city named 'Glass'. If parkour isn't your thing, but causing total mayhem in a big city is, Grand Theft Auto V is discounted by 50% this week.

As for the Spotlight sale this week, Ubisoft has discounted several add-ons for big games in its arsenal. Travel deeper into the desolate streets of New York, thanks to all expansions of The Division coming in at discounts of up to 60%. If you want to pick up some new skins for that epic weapon you're sporting, get discounts of 30% on all credit packs. If you'd prefer to take your feuds on the road, get some additional swag for your vehicle thanks to several credit packs for The Crew going on sale as well.

For those on Xbox 360, grab several titles including Skate 3, Alien Breed 3: Descent, or Dragon Age 2 this week at up to 75% off. It has to be noted that several of these deals require an active Xbox Live Gold subscription, which can be picked up here. These offers are valid until March 26.

The top Xbox One deals this week are:

The top Xbox 360 deals this week are:

For the full list of add-ons and DLC deals this week, check out the source link below.

Source: Major Nelson

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