Xbox One owners can save big on Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, Star Wars Battlefront II and more right now

Matt Sayer 21 February 2018 NEWS

For the next week only, EA's games are going dirt cheap on Microsoft Store.

EA might not be the most popular of publishers at the moment, what with all the backlash surrounding Star Wars Battlefront II's loot boxes and the lingering disappointment of Mass Effect: Andromeda. Nevertheless, there's no denying the studio has plenty of killer games in its catalogue, from the fast-paced mech shooting of Titanfall 2 to the deep sports simulations of FIFA 18 and Madden NFL 18.

Those popular titles, along with the vast majority of EA's entire current-gen line-up, are going for a pittance at Microsoft Store this week, with Xbox One owners able to save as much as 85% on select games. Along with Titanfall 2 and EA's renowned sports titles, you've got the haunting Battlefield 1 Revolution, which includes the original Battlefield 1 plus its four expansion packs, down to under $30, as well as the recent Need for Speed Payback slashed to under $40.

We've collected some of the best deals in the table below, but if you'd rather hunt them down for yourself, just head on over to Microsoft Store in the next seven days to score a seriously sweet deal.

Game Regular price Discounted price Buy it
NBA Live 18: The One Edition $49.95 $7.49 Go to site
Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition $49.95 $12.49 Go to site
Mass Effect: Andromeda $49.95 $16.48 Go to site
Battlefield 1 Revolution $89.95 $29.68 Go to site
Madden NFL 18 $99.95 $32.98 Go to site
FIFA 18 $99.95 $39.98 Go to site
Star Wars Battlefront II $99.95 $39.98 Go to site
Need for Speed Payback $99.95 $39.98 Go to site

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