Xbox is Hosting a Summer Games Sale

Posted on June 8, 2021 by Paul Thurrott in Mobile gaming, PC gaming, Project xCloud, Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X with 2 Comments

Microsoft today announced Xbox Deals Unlocked, its latest summer sale, with videogame savings of up to 75 percent off.

“Xbox’s Deals Unlocked is ready to make your Summer with Xbox the best yet,” Microsoft’s Will Tuttle announced. “From epic exclusive games, gaming PCs, and accessories, Deals Unlocked delivers the biggest entertainment franchises right to your home and you can save up to 75 percent on games from Xbox Game Studios.”

Key offers include:

  • Save up to 55 percent on over 500 digital games
  • Save up to 75 percent on select games from Xbox Game Studios
  • Save up to 60 percent on select PC digital games
  • Get Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 for 3 months
  • Save up to 25 percent on select gaming accessories
  • Save on gaming PCs starting at $699

Xbox Deals Unlocked runs from June 11 to June 17 and will be available at Xbox.comMicrosoft Store, and participating retailers, Microsoft says.

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2 responses to “Xbox is Hosting a Summer Games Sale”

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    rm

    On a related subject, I have Game Pass Ultimate. So, that means my family has access to play all these games on console, but only I have access to the game pass ultimate games on PC. For someone else to play these games on PC, we have to purchase an additional Game Pass for PC for $10 more a month. Sure seams like it costs a lot more for a family to have Game Pass on PC, doesn't make since!

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      thretosix

      As per Game Pass Ultimate FAQ:


      Standard Xbox home sharing policies apply for both Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. If you have an Ultimate subscription and have designated your home Xbox, you'll automatically share your subscription with any profile signed in on that console.


      You can only designate one Xbox as a Home Xbox. I did some more searching, it does not apply to additional accounts on your PC, your family member would have use your profile that is tied to your Microsoft Account.

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