Xbox One Games SALE: Pick up the controller and grab these Deals With Gold games this week (Pic: Microsoft)
If you're an Xbox Live Gold Member, Tuesdays bring a fresh batch of new discounts and offers to help your gaming budget go further.
Xbox's Director of Programming, Larry "Major Nelson" Hyrb, has once again revealed a fresh batch of Deals with Gold discounts available to those who subscribe to Microsoft's Xbox Live service.
If you own an Xbox One, chances are, you have a subscription. Because you need it first and foremost to play games online.
The full collection of discounts can be revealed on Major Nelson's website by following the link.
But while there are plenty of games and add-on content on sale, we've rounded up some of what we believe are the biggest and best offers for you to take a closer look at.
A reminder that these discounts also extend to Xbox 360 titles too, offering excellent value for your monthly membership fee.
Oxenfree Deals with Gold (Pic: Night School Studio)
Xbox One Games
Oxenfree – 75% Off – £3.99 with Gold
Part of this week's [email protected] Horror Sale, Oxenfree is a twisting tale of Twin Peaks-esque mystery. A supernatural thriller about a group of friends who unwittingly open a ghostly rift, the game features a dialogue system and an incredibly emotive story.
The Jackbox Party Pack 2 – 50% Off – £9.99 with Gold
An excellent assortment of party games, Jackbox Party Pack 2 allows players to use their phones as controllers so that everyone can be part of the fun.
Enter The Gungeon – 50% Off – £5.37 with Gold
A "gunfight dungeon crawler", Enter the Gungeon is a fast-paced, retro-tinged ride with plenty of unlockables.
Dead By Daylight: Special Edition – 50% Off – £12.50 with Gold
An asymmetric multiplayer horror title, the Special Edition of Dead By Daylight adds in more killers, maps, and survivors.
The Escapists – 75% Off – £3.75 with Gold
A darkly comic escape from a supermax prison, The Escapists has a beautiful pixellated art style. The DLC bundle, which includes new scenarios, is also on sale for £1.70.
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