Microsoft has unveiled the official line-up of games that are included in this week's Deals with Gold discount program.
And, like in previous offerings, only gamers with Xbox Live Gold memberships will be able to take advantage of the discounted titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles.
As posted in the Major Nelson website, majority of the games available for the Xbox One are from the "Forza" series. Virtual racing fans will be happy to know that discounts for these games range from 35 to 70 percent off.
Based on the official list, the half-priced games include the "Forza Horizon 2" Porsche Expansion DLC, "Forza Horizon 2" VIP DLC and the "Forza Horizon 2" and "Forza Motorsport 5" bundle pack. Those looking for better saving can also get the "Forza Horizon 2" Aplinestars Car Pack DLC and the "Forza Motorsport 5" Nurburgring Booster Pack DLC with 70 percent off each.
The "Forza Motorsport 6" Car Pass DLC, on the other hand, is being offered with a 35 percent discount.
As for the Xbox 360 games, Xbox Live Gold members will be able to purchase the first-person shooter "Crysis" for only $3.99, which is a huge markdown from its original price of $19.99. The action game "Syndicate" can also be purchased at the same discounted price while "NBA Jam: On Fire Edition," costs only $4.94.
According to Gearnuke, this week's Deals with Gold sale officially began on January 12 and will end on the 18th.
This week's Deals with Gold promo is Xbox Live's second discount sale for 2016. Last week's promo featured various games such as "Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris," "Star Wars Battlefront" Ultimate Edition, "The Deer God," "Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel" and "Sleeping Dogs."
But aside from these free games, Xbox Live Gold members can also get their hands on free titles through this month's Games with Gold. As previously reported, January's line-up features "Killer Instinct: Season 1 Ultra Edition" and "Zheros" for the Xbox One and "Dirt Showdown" and "Deus Ex: Human Revolution" for the Xbox 360.
According to Microsoft, through the Backwards Compatibility support, Xbox One owners can also play the Xbox 360 titles on their next-gen gaming consoles.