Xbox One and Xbox 360 Deals With Gold latest news: Game deals for current week revealed

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Xbox Live Gold Members were once again treated to a list of discounted offers this week.

In his official blog site, Xbox head Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb posted the Deals with Gold, giving tons of discounts and offers. Some of the deals for Xbox One and Xbox 360 are for members of the exclusive club while others are open to non-members.

The deals for Xbox One include a series of “Rocket League” DLCs that are marked down by 40 percent. Also discounted is the “Rocket League – NBA Flag Pack” also at 40 percent off. Fans of “Watchdogs 2” can also purchase several DLCs at cheaper prices. On sale are the “Mega Pack,” “Supreme Pack,” and “Ultimate Pack 1” at 15 percent off each. The “Season Pass,” on the other hand, is at 40 percent off.

Meanwhile, “Dragon Ball Xenoverse” and “Worms Anniversary Edition” are also on sale.

As for the Xbox 360 deals, a lineup of “Worms” are marked down, such as “Worms 2: Armageddon,” “Worms Ultimate Mayhem,” and “Worms Revolution.” Furthermore, “Warriors Orochi 2” and “Samurai Warriors 2” were also marked down.

The Deals With Gold for this week runs side-by-side with the Xbox Ultimate Game Sale, according to Gamespot. The massive sale showcases several deals involving over 350 games, accessories, and hardware in the Xbox, Windows, and Microsoft Stores.

Some of the notable titles that are marked down include “Call of Duty: Black Ops III Gold Edition” ($36), “Dead Rising 4” ($36), and “Battlefield 1” ($30). Other discounted games include “BioShock: The Collection” ($36), “Fallout” ($22.50), “Far Cry 4” ($20), and “Resident Evil 7” ($42).

Late last month, Microsoft announced the Games With Gold for July. Xbox owners received “Runbow” from 13AM Games, which is a platform racing game released back in 2015. Another title included on the list was “Grow Up,” which is Ubisoft’s attempt at a quirky platformer.

The Games With Gold program was first announced during the 2013 E3 event. It initially offered free Xbox 360 games for players who are Gold-level members for Xbox Live. The program was eventually extended to Xbox One in 2014.