Xbox Store Weekly Deals: FIFA 22, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, and More on Discounts

The Xbox Store has a steady stream of deals, with games on sale – and here's a list of the best games on sale this week.

Xbox Store Weekly Deals: FIFA 22, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, and More  on Discounts
Xbox Store Weekly Deals

Microsoft's Xbox Store provides a steady stream of deals and discounts on games for its platform. The promotional strategy provides gamers on its platform with a good way to get numerous AAA games at significant discounts, resulting in a consistent range of deals to look out for each week.

This week, the Xbox Store in India has a number of games for sale, including a number of major titles. On that note, let's take a look at the Xbox Store's weekly deals.

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Xbox Store Game Deals: FIFA 22, No Man’s Sky, and More

This week's Xbox Store deals include a wide range of offers, including games for the Xbox One's older generation. Battlefield 2042, FIFA 22, NHL 22, The Sims 4, the GTA Trilogy, Shadow of Mordor, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, No Man's Sky, and a variety of Lego games are among the top titles on sale this month. The following are the best deals on the Xbox Store in India right now:

  • Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla – Ragnarok Edition: Rs 3,899 (40 per. off)
  • No Man’s Sky: Rs 1,624 (50 per. off)
  • Hello Neighbor: Rs 649 (60 per. off)
  • Battlefield 2042 (Xbox One): Rs 1,999 (50 per. off)
  • FIFA 22 (Xbox One): Rs 1,199 (70 per. off)
  • NHL 22 (Xbox One): Rs 1,320 (67 per. off)
  • The Sims 4: Rs 250 (90 per. off)
  • Grand Theft Auto (GTA): The Trilogy – Definitive Edition: Rs 2,679 (33 per. off)
  • Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor – Game of the Year Edition: Rs 600 (60 per. off)
  • LEGO Marvel Collection: Rs 1,600 (60 per. off)
  • NBA 2K22 Cross-Gen Digital Bundle: Rs 1,560 (70 per. off)

Along with all of these offers, Microsoft also provides a variety of offers related to its subscription service, Xbox Game Pass. The latter offers over 200 games for a monthly subscription fee and gives users access to these games on both Xbox and PC. The latter began as Microsoft's response to Sony's PlayStation Plus game subscription service but has since grown to include a significantly larger number of games. The list of games on sale in India is available to those who do not subscribe to Microsoft's Game Pass subscription service, emphasizing the company's emphasis on services and non-hardware sales to generate revenue.

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