Grab Lords of the Fallen: Digital Complete Edition and Screencheat on Xbox One

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A special Digital Complete Edition of Lords of the Fallen is available today on Microsoft’s Xbox One console. While Lords of the Fallen has been available on Xbox One for a while, this special version contains the full game as well as several packages of downloadable content (DLC) which had previously been sold separately.

The DLC included with Lords of the Fallen: Digital Complete Edition includes the Ancient Labyrinth DLC, The Lionheart Pack, Demonic Weapons Pack, The Arcane Boost, The Monk’s Decipher, and The Foundation Boost. All of these basically add new weapons, abilities, boosts, and a new area to the full game.

Here’s the official bundle description:

Plunge into the new Digital Complete Edition of Lords of the Fallen! Master the Challenge in the Ancient Labyrinth expansion containing a new location, loot and enemies led by a powerful new Lord. Embark on a Monk Decipher Quest, equip powerful Demonic Weapons or armors from the Lionheart Pack and enhance your powers with Arcane and Foundation Boosts.

Buy Lords of the Fallen: Digital Complete Edition on Xbox One

Also out today in the Xbox Store is the digital pre-order for Screencheat, a game that impressively supports up to eight players in a local split-screen multiplayer mode. The game received a bit of promotion last week where the game developers offered some insight into what motivated them to make the game and a funky live action video was also released which reminded gamers of the fun they used to have playing multiplayer locally instead of online.

Here’s the new description for Screencheat:

Screencheat is the ridiculous split-screen shooter where everyone is invisible so you have to “screencheat” (Screencheat – verb: to look at your opponent’s screens. “Stop screencheating you cheater!”). Master a wide variety of one-hit kill weapons including a blunderbuss, a car engine that shoots bouncing plasma balls and a teddy bear loaded with explosives. Train your skills in the solo time trials then engage in fast and frantic combat with up to eight players locally on the couch or online. With colorful maps, unique modes and a huge number of customization options including wacky mutators, Screencheat is the ultimate party FPS.

A 20% discount is currently being offered for Xbox One owners who pre-order Screencheat before its March 1st release date.

Pre-order Screencheat on Xbox One

Do either of these games interest you? Which one do you think offers more entertainment value? Sign off in the comments below.