The Xbox One Game Deals You Don't Want To Miss This Week

Another week means a brand new batch of Xbox One game deals, and this week’s Xbox Live discounts definitely don’t disappoint.

We may be seven months away from October, but things are already getting spooky with the Indie Horror Games Sale, which has markdowns up to 80% on some of the best horror games out there. The Amnesia collection is just $18 (40% off) and comes with the classic title, The Dark Descent, its expansion, Justine, and the sequel, A Machine For Pigs. Another excellent game from the creators of Amnesia is on sale: Soma, a sci-fi horror game set deep in the Atlantic Ocean. It’s selling for $12 (60% off) this week. Outlast, a survival horror classic set in a psychiatric hospital, is marked down to $4 (80% off); you can also get it as a bundle with the Whistleblower DLC for only $6.24. The supernatural mystery Oxenfree is also on sale for just $5 (75% off).

While the Elder Scrolls 25th Anniversary Sale has largely come to an end, The Elder Scrolls Online is still selling for $10 (50% off) for the next week, so you have a little more time to take advantage of that discount. Other notable Xbox One deals this week include Flipping Death, a puzzle-platformer where you play as Death himself, which is on sale for $8 (60% off); and Jotun: Valhalla Edition, a hand-drawn exploration game inspired by Norse mythology, which is discounted at $8 (60% off).

Shop this week’s Xbox One game deals »

See more of our picks below!

  • Amnesia: The Collection — $18
  • Circuits — $2.49
  • Deep Ones — $3
  • Don’t Knock Twice — $6.24
  • The Elder Scrolls Online — $10
  • Flipping Death — $8
  • Home Sweet Home — $15
  • The Invisible Hours — $10
  • Joten – Valhalla Edition — $4.94
  • Layers of Fear — $5
  • Light & Dark Bundle (Valley and Slender: The Arrival) — $22.49
  • Limbo — $3
  • Outlast — $4
  • Outlast – Bundle of Terror — $6.24
  • Oxenfree — $5
  • The Park — $5.19
  • Soma — $12
  • Tesla vs. Lovecraft — $7.49
  • Through the Woods — $6.59

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