Oct 19, 2016 09:19 AM EDT | By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano
"Fallout 4" has become one of the most recognized titles to date when 2015 came to an end, and nearly a month later, it is still one of the most resounding games that many have come to love. That being said, some discounts and deals are bound to come forth sooner or later, involving the game itself and the contents that tailed not long after.
As many may know by now, "Fallout 4" has become a household name when it comes to the best post-apocalyptic games to date. The same exact game has released a heap load of downloadable contents for the succeeding periodical months, which are now being put into deals for the Xbox Games Store; applicable for those who are also not Gold subscribers.
As seen on the Major Nelson blog, "Fallout 4" will be at a 50% discount, comparative to the "Fallout 4" Digital Deluxe Bundle with the same price slash. A 33% price drop is made valid for the downloadable contents of the said game, namely: "Automatron," "Contraptions Workshop," "Far Harbor," "Nuka-World," "Vault-Tec Workshop" and "Wasteland Workshop." Bethesda's hit title apparently is not the only one getting its share of discounts this week for the Xbox One.
Reports say that other games have landed themselves on the list of Xbox One games with price drops apart from "Fallout 4." Gold subscribers can get a 75% discount for "Raiden 5," "Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris" and the same game with a Season Pass Pack. The "Grand Theft Auto V" Great White and Megalodon Bundles come at 40% to a 60% price drop, whereas the ever-popular "Rocket League" comes at 25%.
"Fallout 4" remains as one of the most interesting and played games since its launch last year. By November, the game will turn one year old, but the enjoyment that fans get out of it will seemingly extend it further on. As for the Xbox One games under a discount spree, fans can simply splurge on the perks that are being laid out in the open.
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