BioShock: The Collection, Destiny 2, and More Highlighted in This Week’s Deals with Gold

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Xbox Live Director of Programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb has announced this week’s Xbox Deals With Gold; the following offers are available until Monday, February 19.

Xbox One owners with an active Xbox Live subscription can save up to 80% on several titles, including some newer titles. In addition, this week’s Deals with Gold sale offers a slew of price cuts on video games developed by 2K games. Several highlights from this week’s sale include BioShock: The Collection($19.80),  Call of Duty: WWII ($38.99), Destiny 2 ($38.99). Injustice 2 ($31.99), Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 ($17.99), NBA 2K18 ($38.99), Rocket League ($11.99), and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition ($62.99).

Xbox 360 owners, despite a limited amount of titles eligible in this week’s Deals with Gold, there are still several significant titles discounted that are definitely worth your time and money. Highlights for this week include the BioShock 1 ($7.99), BioShock Infinite ($8.99), Blue Dragon ($9.99), Dynasty Warrior 7 ($7.49), Mega Man 9 ($3.99), Prey ($3.99), and Spec Ops: The Line ($5.99).

In other Xbox news, last week, the publisher unveiled a brand-new Xbox One S bundle, which comes with a copy of the Xbox Game Preview title PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which is set to hit retail stores this month. Additionally, it was unveiled last week on Microsoft’s official store that PC owners that purchase Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition directly from them will have the opportunity to cross-play with Xbox One owners.

You can check out a full rundown of all eligible titles in this week’s Deals with Gold below this article:

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