Xbox's huge summer sale brings discounts on new and classic games, plus hardware, consoles, and more.

Xbox Super Game Sale Live, Offers Savings on More Than Just Games

Xbox's huge summer sale brings discounts on new and classic games, plus hardware, consoles, and more.

Microsoft’s massive Xbox Super Game Sale is live now, bringing with it steep discounts on games, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and even hardware and accessories. The sale begins today, July 17, and runs until July 29.

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The sale’s game segment includes more than 300 games, some of which are up to 70% off.

These range from recent hits like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Rage 2 to established classics such as NieR: Automata BECOME AS GODS Edition, and even the recently revamped Sea of Thieves.

There are also discounts on bundles and add-on items, and as always, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Live Gold members get an extra 10% off all games, on sale or otherwise.

Speaking of Game Pass Ultimate, Xbox is running a special deal on the service during the Super Game Sale. Consumers can get three months of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for the price of one month for a limited time. Included in that membership is an exclusive Gears 5 Tech Test (no smoking allowed) that acts as a sort of test for the game’s future Versus online multiplayer mode.

Keep in mind the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate grants access to Xbox and PC games, along with the benefits of Xbox Live Gold.

Some PC games are included in the Super Sale as well, though they aren’t discounted quite as much — up to 50% off instead of up to 75%.

However, during the sale, consumers can save up to $300 on gaming rigs, VR headsets, HyperX accessories, and a number of other accessories as well. Note that aspect of the sale doesn’t start until July 19.

Finally, those in the US looking to buy a new Xbox system can save $50 on a new Xbox One S, including the All-Digital version.

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