Xbox Ultimate Game Sale is now live, one day ahead of schedule

Although the Xbox Ultimate Game Sale was scheduled to begin on 7 July, some deals are already live on the Xbox game store. Offering savings of up to 75%, some Xbox One games have been discounted prematurely for Xbox Live Gold members ahead of schedule. However, discounts on Xbox 360 games haven't been revealed yet.

The sale currently includes games like Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Far Cry 4, Wolfenstein, Ori and the Blind Forest and more. The full list of games currently include:

  • Battlefield Hardline Deluxe - 40% off
  • Borderlands: THC - 40% off
  • Diablo 3 - 50% off
  • Dragon Age Inquisition & Deluxe - 50% off
  • Dying Light & Ultimate - 30% off
  • Far Cry 4 & Gold - 60% off
  • FIFA 15 - 10% off
  • Game of Thrones Season Pass - 40% off
  • Geometry Wars - (50% off)
  • Goat Simulator - 33% off
  • GTA 5 & Great White Shark - 25% off
  • Halo: The Master Chief - 40% off
  • Killer Instinct Complete - 60% off
  • Killer Instinct S2 - 40% off
  • Lara Croft & The Temple of Osiris - 60% off
  • Lego Batman 3 - 75% off
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - 50% off
  • Mortal Kombat X & Premium - 25% off
  • NFS Complete - 50% off
  • Ori and the Blind Forest - 25% off
  • Outlast - 50% off
  • State of Decay - 33% off
  • Slender - 50% off
  • Sniper Elite 3 - 50% off
  • Sleeping Dogs - 50% off
  • Saints Row 4 - 60% off
  • Tales from the Borderlands 1-5 - 50% off
  • Terraria - 60% off
  • ESO Premium - 17% off
  • Legend of Korra - 50% off
  • The Telltale Collection - 50% off
  • The Walking Dead S1&2 - 50% off
  • Titanfall - 60% off
  • Tower of guns - 40% off
  • Watch Dogs - 50% off
  • White Night - 50% off
  • Wolfenstein bundle - 45% off
  • WWE & Deluxe - 50% off

More discounts are expected when the sale officially kicks off tomorrow, we'll let you know when that happens. You can check out the discounts in the Xbox games store by hitting up the source link below.

Source: Xbox Games Store via Eurogamer

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