Xbox Games Lateast & Best Deala: Free Xbox One and Xbox 360 Games Now Available; 'Outlast,' 'Burnout Paradise,' and More
It is another week of best deals for Xbox Live Gold members. Here is a rundown of the latest deals from Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Xbox Live Gold members can now get more games at the lowest price or free. On Xbox One, the horror game "Outlast" is free, while the Xbox 360 freebie is Criterion's outstanding racing game, "Burnout Paradise." Take note that "Burnout Paradise," and all Xbox 360 games with Gold games as of November 2015, can be played on Xbox One via backwards compatibility. For those who do not have an Xbox One, you may download the racing game and it will be there when you decide to buy the system.
In addition, the game "Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition" is free on Xbox One for the whole month of December. The latest games replaced "Murdered: Soul Suspect" for Xbox One and "Outland" for Xbox 360, which were offered for free until December 15.
Aside from free games, Xbox Live Gold members can also avail of this week's collection of Xbox One and Xbox 360. Some of the Xbox One deals this week include "Mortal Kombat XL" ($20), "Octodad: Dadliest Catch" ($3.75), "Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition" ($24), and "Divinity: Original Sin - Enhanced Edition" ($15). For Xbox 360 deals, games include "Transformers: Fall of Cybertron" is being offered for $15, "The Amazing Spider-Man" marked down at $10 and its sequel at $12, while "TMNT" games "Out of the Shadows" discounted at $5 and "Mutants in Manhattan" $15, as reported by Major Nelson.
For Xbox One Weekly Deals Until December 19 games discounted are "Battle Worlds: Kronos" at $8, "Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition" at $15 and "Dogos" at $8. In addition games like "Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition" is priced at $24, "Farming Simulator" 15 at $13.20, "Letter Quest Grimm's Journey/Three-Fourths Home Extended Edition" Bundle at $7.50 and "Mortal Kombat XL" at $20, according to Gamespot.
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