For Honor Heavily Discounted In Xbox Spring Sale

For players who have been hoping to acquire Ubisoft's For Honor, their time has come. That's because it's among the heavily discounted games in this year's Xbox Spring Sale. The latter is already on the roll while the full list of titles involved has been revealed. Fans are definitely going to love it.

According to Express, For Honor is one of the games with heavy discounts along with the likes of Battlefield 1 and Ark: Survival Evolved. The list also includes Fallout 4, Rainbow Six Siege and Forza Horizon. Add to this a single Xbox One Backwards Compatibility addition, which is the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. It's worth noting that all of these titles are ready for purchase on the aforesaid store.

Aside from For Honor fans, other gamers will definitely benefit from this Xbox Spring Sale. There's a total of 350 games being put to sale, but the fun doesn't stop there. Why? That's because aside from titles, there are also Xbox accessories, music, apps, movies and TV shows included. This is indeed a huge celebration to begin with.

Entertainment News Access notes that the discounts on these items could go as high as 65 percent. Obviously, this is enough to captivate and stir the hearts of many. It should be noted that these discounts can be applied to users of Xbox 360, Xbox One and even Windows 10. Blizzard's Overwatch is also confirmed to be among the games on this sale. Adding to the list are Watch Dogs 2, Sunset Drive and Deus X: Mankind Divided, all of which are considered Xbox hits.

In related For Honor news, data miners have just recently discovered some interesting stuff from the game's most recent update files. Apparently, Mythic outfits and more ornaments are coming to the game real soon. Although it remains unofficial, it seems getting the outfits are a bit expensive. They could cost around 30,000 Steel. However, until Ubisoft confirms this, everything should be taken with a grain of salt.

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