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Xbox One Deals Week 2: Sale Continues, Lost Odyssey Game Now For Free

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Xbox One Deals Week 2: Sale Continues, Lost Odyssey Game Now For Free

Gamers get a huge treat this holiday and new year with the massive countdown sale for Xbox One Deals. Aside from the price cut on different titles, Xbox 360 classic RPG Lost Odyssey can be downloaded for free.

If you had been hunting for deals, for sure you have saved a lot of money for the new games that you have bought. But these deals won’t be here for long. Therefore, gamers need to be in a hurry to avail of this while it is still available.

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Many deals already ended but fortunately, there are still some that gaming lovers can avail. According to GameSpot, the deals are still available until January 9.

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The titles include Ark: Survival Evolved at $17.50, Battleborn at $20, Dead Rising 4 at $40, The Division at $20, Doom at $30, and Steep at $48. Also part of the deal is Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY Edition at $11, Quantum Break at $30, XCOM 2 at $42, and Rocket League at $12.

All time favorite games are also included in the deal with Overwatch at $40, The Witcher 3: Complete Edition at $35, Rainbow Six Siege at $25, Watch Dogs 2 at $36, Fallout 4 at $30, and FIFA 17 at $30

Xbox One Deals Free Lost Odyssey Download

As a way to celebrate Microsoft’s one-year anniversary of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility and the exceeding 300 titles, users are allowed to download the Lost Odyssey game for free. According to Daily Star, in order to download, one needs to login to their Xbox store account.

Said game, along with Blue Dragon, was initially added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility library but was not available to everyone. Only players who owned the original discs could get the game. But, they were able to find a solution and made both games available digitally in the Xbox 360 Marketplace.

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