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The Best Xbox Deals Right Now: Save On Games, Accessories, Consoles, And More

The Xbox Series X is arguably the best platform for frugal gamers. Not only can you sign up for Game Pass (which is one of the best deals in gaming), but both exclusive titles and third-party blockbusters are constantly going on sale. Things are even better than usual this week, as you can score a three-month Xbox Game Pass membership at a discount–making the subscription service even more enticing.

Savings don’t end with games, however, as you’ll also find a slew of controllers, headsets, and other accessories on sale. And if you’re still holding out on buying a new Xbox Series X|S, there are a few great bundles up for grabs.

Whether you’re looking for a new RPG to sink your teeth into or want to upgrade your current headset, here are some great Xbox deals to check out. We’d recommend moving fast if you find something you like, as there’s no telling how long these prices will stick around.

Xbox Series S Bundle

$309 ($317)

If you’re looking to get your hands on an Xbox Series S, this might be your best option. Not only will you get the affordable console and wireless controller, but you’ll also get some digital goodies for Rocket League and Fortnite–making this a great choice for fans of the free-to-play games.

3-Month Xbox Game Pass

$31 ($45)

Xbox Series X + Extra Controller

$540 ($560)

Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller (Open Box)

$112 ($180)

Xbox Wireless Controllers

$48 ($60)

Best Xbox Games On Sale

Everything from family-friendly adventures to bombastic FPS games is on sale right now. This includes Halo Infinite, which is available for just $43, and Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga for $44.

If you’re looking for something a bit cheaper, consider picking up Assassin’s Creed Valhalla while it’s on sale for $19. Ubisoft recently announced some big plans for the AC universe, and now might be a good time to get caught up on the latest adventure. Another open-world game, Watch Dogs: Legion, can be had for $9. It’s a bit rough around the edges, but no doubt it’s worth picking up at this impressive price point.

Plenty of other titles are on sale right now, and we’ve highlighted a few of our favorite Xbox game deals below. As usual, many of these deals aren’t advertising an end date–so move fast if you find something you like.

Madden NFL 23

$55 ($70)

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

$19 ($60)

Battlefield 2042

$30 ($60)

Call of Duty: Vanguard

$26 ($50)

Elden Ring

$50 ($60)

Far Cry 6 (preowned)

$20 ($60)

Forza Horizon 5

$45 ($60)

Grand Theft Auto V

$20 ($40)

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy

$37 ($60)

Guardians of the Galaxy

$25 ($60)

Halo Infinite

$43 ($60)

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

$44 ($60)

Life is Strange: True Colors

$24 ($60)

Rainbow Six Extraction

$20 ($40)

Lost Judgment

$30 ($60)

Riders Republic

$22 ($60)

Resident Evil Village (preowned)

$30 ($40)

Sonic Colors

$20 ($40)

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin

$43 ($60)

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

$50 ($70)

Watch Dogs: Legion

$9 ($60)

Vampire: The Masquerade Swansong

$38 ($50)

WWE 2K22

$35 ($60)

Xbox Store Digital Sale

Didn’t find anything you like in the above list? Xbox is currently running a few great digital sales that are discounting big names like Assassin’s Creed and Borderlands. Be sure to check out the deals while you can.

Best Accessories On Sale

A few great accessory deals ended this week, including a sizeable price cut on the premium Razer Wolverine V2 controller. However, you can still snag a bunch of headsets while they’re on sale. And don’t forget about the Xbox Series X controller deal mentioned above–letting you add a new gamepad to your collection for just $48.

Rounding out the accessory sales you’ll find a set of rechargeable battery packs for your controller and a nifty charging dock. You’ll find our favorite Xbox accessory deals listed below.

Astro A10 Headset

$50 ($60)

HyperX Cloud II

$50 ($100)

PowerA Enhanced Wired Controller

$30 ($38)

Razer Kaira Wireless Headset

$80 ($100)

Razer Kraken Gaming Headset

$45 ($80)

Rechargeable Battery Packs

$23 ($36)

SteelSeries Arctis 3

$50 ($70)

OIVO Charging Station

$23 ($40)

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Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel Won’t Begin Pre-Production Until 2023

It was recently revealed in an earnings report that the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 will start pre-production in 2023.

Thanks to a third-quarter earnings report covered by Tech4gamers, we know CDPR will begin to work on the Cyberpunk sequel after the Phantom Liberty expansion, which is set to release in 2023.

Adam Kiciski, president and joint CEO of CD Projekt Red, says in the earnings report, “We are concentrating on the final stage of the development of Phantom Liberty.” He then explains how almost 350 people are working on the upcoming DLC.

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HyperX Headsets, Keyboards, Mice, And More Discounted At Best Buy

Cyber Monday deals have largely disappeared, but Best Buy is giving you another chance to score HyperX gear with some of the best prices of 2022. Whether you’re in the market for a new keyboard, headset, gaming mouse, or anything in between, a surprising number of HyperX products are on sale at Best Buy.

Headsets are the main attraction of the HyperX event, as more than a dozen are listed with a price cut. This includes the affordable CloudX Stinger Core Wired Gaming Headset, which is down to just $20 from its usual $40. One of the biggest discounts is for the premium CloudX Flight Wireless Gaming Headset, as it’s seeing a staggering $70 discount and is now available for $90. Offering memory foam earcups, 30 hours of runtime, a detachable microphone, and an eye-catching design, consider taking a closer look at the CloudX Flight if you’re in the market for a new headset.

Other HyperX products such as keyboards, mice, and microphones are also represented in the sale. Several variants of the Alloy Origins keyboard are up for grabs, including the Alloy Origins Core TKL for $74 (down from $100) and the Alloy Origins Wired Keyboard for $85 (down from $120). Other notable deals include a $50 discount on the QuadCast Wired Multi-Pattern USB Electret Condenser Microphone and a 50% discount on the Pulsefire Core Wired Optical Mouse.

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Diablo Immortal Will Receive New Catch-Up Mechanics To Prevent Players From Being Left Behind

Diablo Immortal will introduce changes to make it far easier for players that are falling behind their server’s Paragon level to catch up, developer Blizzard has announced.

In a Q&A blog post, Blizzard outlined some of the changes players can expect to see in the free-to-play mobile game in the coming weeks and months. Some of those changes will be to help players catch up who may have taken time away from the game and fallen behind.

Each Diablo Immortal server has a server Paragon Level that increases over time. Players have their own personal Paragon level as well, and if a player’s own Paragon level is below that of the server, they earn increased experience points. However, it sounds like the system isn’t currently doing enough to help players get back up to speed, so Blizzard will be increasing the amount of experience earned by players significantly behind their server’s Paragon level.

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