Microsoft has many surprises in store for its fans on Black Friday. You can now buy your favorite games with a 15% to 85% discount, while Xbox Live Gold members will benefit from an extra 10% discount.

Speaking of Xbox Live Gold members, they can already get early access to Microsoft’s Black Friday offer starting from November 18 to November 22.

For regular Xbox One users, Microsoft has prepared a generous game discount list that will go live on November 24 until November 28.


Black Friday 2018 Xbox One game deals

  • 40% OFF/ GOLD 50% OFF
    NHL 19 99 Edition
    Full price was $79.99, get it now for $47.99
  • 33% OFF
    Fallout 76
    Full price was $59.99, get it now for $40.19
  • 40% OFF/GOLD 50% OFF
    The Sims 4 Seasons
    Full price was $39.99, get it now for $23.99
  • 30% OFF/GOLD 40% OFF
    Steep X Games Gold Edition
    Full price was $49.99, get it now for $34.99
  • 5% OFF/GOLD 10% OFF
    Red Dead Redemption 2: Ultimate Edition
    Full price was $99.99, get it now for $94.99
  • 25% OFF/GOLD 35% OFF
    Just Dance 2019
    Full price was $39.99, get it now for $29.99
  • 17% OFF/GOLD 25% OFF
    The Jackbox Party Pack 5
    Full price was $29.99, get it now for $24.89
  • 25% OFF/GOLD 35% OFF
    NBA 2K Playgrounds 2
    Full price was $29.99, get it now for $22.49
  • 40% OFF/ GOLD 50% OFF
    FOR HONOR : MARCHING FIRE EDITION
    Full price was $59.99, get it now for $35.99
  • 5% OFF/GOLD 10% OFF
    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Digital Deluxe Enhanced
    Full price was $129.99, get it now for $123.49
  • 10% OFF/GOLD 20% OFF
    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
    Full price was $59.99, get it now for $53.99

These are only some of the Xbox games currently discounted on Black Friday. If you want to check out the complete list of games, go to Microsoft’s Black Friday 2018 deal page.


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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2016 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.