Today only: up to 50% off Xbox One games at Microsoft Store

The Microsoft Store continues to run its annual 12 Days of Deals promotion, which has produced some great savings on products like HP's Pavilion x360 and the Lenovo Ideapad 100. Today, gamers on a budget can get in on several AAA Xbox One games with savings of up to 50% through both the physical and online retail stores.

Microsoft recently ran a Black Friday sale that offered a wide variety of games at deep discounts, giving players a chance to score games like Grand Theft Auto 5 and The Witcher 3 with anywhere from $15-$35 off their original $60 price tags.

Below is a list of the games that are available as part of the promotion, and their current prices:

Xbox One

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 - $29.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Star Wars Battlefront - $29.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider - $39.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Just Dance 2016 - $29.99 (originally $49.99)
  • Halo 5: Guardians Limited Edition - $69.99 (originally $99.99)
  • Forza Motorsport 6 - $39.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Forza Motorsport 6 [Digital Download] - $39.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Forza Motorsport 6 Deluxe Edition [Digital Download] - $59.99 (originally $79.99)
  • Forza Motorsport 6 Ultimate Edition [Digital Download] - $79.99 (originally $99.99)
  • Guitar Hero Live 2-Pack Bundle - $129.99 (originally $149.99)
  • Guitar Hero Live - $79.99 (originally $99.99)
  • Madden NFL 16 - $39.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts - $9.99 (originally $11.99)

Xbox 360

  • NHL Legacy Edition - $29.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Guitar Hero Live - $79.99 (originally $99.99)
  • FIFA 16 - $29.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Madden NFL 16 - $29.99 (originally $59.99)
  • LEGO Dimensions Start Pack - $79.99 (originally $99.99)

These deals are only available for today, 12/6/2015, so either get out to your local store to take advantage of these savings or head over to microsoftstore.com.

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