Xbox’s Black Friday sale features some of this year’s best games

This is a nice early surprise

Microsoft has gotten a head-start on its Black Friday offerings, ahead of its official start date of November 23. (Ignoring of course that most companies start earlier than the day after Thanksgiving. All-out consumerism now spans the greater part of November.)

What’s pertinent about this event is that it specifically features a lot of 2017’s best games. Here are some of the things that caught our eye and that we can recommend:

  • Assassin’s Creed Origins — $41.99
  • Destiny 2 — $38.99
  • Dishonored: Death of the Outsider — $15
  • The Evil Within 2 — $30
  • Little Nightmares — $11.99
  • Madden NFL 18 — $30
  • Mass Effect: Andromeda — $16 (I wouldn’t consider this one of the year’s finest, but that might be the right price for some of you to finally check it out.)
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 Combo Pack — $17.99
  • NHL 18 –$30
  • Prey — $20
  • Resident Evil 7 — $30
  • The Sexy Brutale — $10
  • Songbringer — $10
  • South Park: The Fractured but Whole — $40.19
  • Tacoma — $14.99
  • Tekken 7 — $35.99
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus — $30

There are plenty more titles, but these are just the ones that stood out to us. The Xbox One deals subreddit did a fine job of aggregating everything. Go over there if you want the exhaustive list.

This sale isn’t open to everybody, though. It’s only for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, and then everyone else has access on November 23. (Although, Gold members get better prices than Silver subscriptions.) However, anyone without Gold would do well to take advantage of the one month for $1 promotion, and then they’re free to take advantage of the deepest discounts.

2017 Xbox Store Black Friday Digital Sale (Xbox One Deals) [reddit]

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