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Shadow of War, Battlefield 1 and more highlighted in this week’s Deals With Gold

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Xbox gamers with an active Xbox Live Gold subscription are getting a new set of deals for their patronage this week. Xbox Live Director of Programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb has announced this week’s Xbox Deals With Gold; these offers run until Monday, February 26, 2018.

Several highlights this week for Xbox One owners include Battlefield 1 Revolution ($19.80), Dragon Age: Inquisition Game of the Year Edition ($10.00), Final Fantasy XV Digital Premium Edition ($30.00). Middle-earth: Shadow of War ($39.99), Overwatch Game of the Year Edition ($30.00), and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Deluxe Edition ($8.25).

For you Xbox 360 owners, several pretty good games are on deal this week include Dead Space ($3.74), Dead Space 2 ($4.99), Dead Space 3 ($4.99), Devil May Cry HD Collection ($4.99), Mass Effect 2 ($6.99), and NBA Jam: On Fire Edition ($4.99).

But new deals on great games isn’t the only bit of news for Xbox fans this week. Microsoft announced a new Xbox One S bundle that’s coming soon. The new Xbox One S bundle featuring PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be arriving on February 20th, 2018. The bundle itself will retail for $299.99 online and at participating retailers.

Here’s what the bundle includes: White 1TB Xbox One S console (plus an Xbox One wireless controller) and a downloadable copy of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. In addition to the console and game, the bundle will also pack in a 14-day trial for Xbox Live Gold to access the system’s online features, and a one-month Xbox Game Pass trial subscription where you can access a library of over 100 Xbox One (and Xbox 360/Classic Xbox) titles for a monthly fee. Overall, it’s a pretty good deal if you’re looking to finally hop on the Xbox train with PUBG.

You can check out a full rlist of all eligible games in this week’s Deals with Gold below this article:

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