In order to capitalise on the Gamescom-fueled hype for The Phantom Pain, Microsoft has dropped the price of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes down to $15 on the Xbox One’s Games Store as part of the weekly Deals with Gold promotion.
Joining Big Boss on the list of deals is Respawn’s hyper-kinetic multiplayer shooter Titanfall, which has also been discounted 50 percent to $25. Alternatively, if you already own the full game, the Expedition expansion pack is currently 30 percent off at $6.99. Undoubtedly, this limited offer is designed to tie in with the recently revealed IMC Rising DLC, which is due to launch in the fall.
Elsewhere on this week’s Deals with Gold, Xbox One owners can also pick up EA’s fighting simulator UFC, which has been discounted by 33 percent. And finally, Microsoft have slashed the prices for a host of downloadable tracks within Just Dance 2014, including “Can’t Hold Us” and “Timber” by Macklemore and Ke$ha, respectively.
For the full listing, be sure to head on over to Major Nelson’s blog. It’s worth noting, though, that those aforementioned deals only extend until next Tuesday, so whether you fancy a bout of tactical espionage action or some mech-on-mech warfare within Titanfall, be sure to take advantage of these enticing offers while they’re still available.