This Week’s Deals With Gold Discounts Dark Souls 2, ESO, and More


It’s Tuesday, which can only mean one thing: a new Deals With Gold lineup! Although the Deals With Gold tab on the Home screen only shows a limited variety of games, there’s more sales to be found the old fashioned way.

This week Xbox One owners can grab the following:

  • Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin – $35.99
  • Dragon Ball XenoVerse – $40.19
  • Forza 5/Horizon 2 bundle – $71.49
  • Forza 5 Car Pass – $20.00
  • Infinity Runner – $3.50
  • Tembo the Badass Elephant – $13.49
  • The Elder Scrolls Online – $40.19
  • TESO: Imperial Edition – $53.59
  • TESO: Premium Edition – $80.39
  • The Evil Within season pass – $13.39
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – $14.99

Picking anything up? I snagged Infinity Runner because I’m a sucker for using cheap games to pad my gamerscore. Not a bad price for Dark Souls II though!

(Source: Pure Xbox)

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  1. That’s not a bad price at all for Dark Souls II. I didn’t buy it because I have the better PC version, but I’m really interested in Wolfenstein because I really loved the The New Order.

    1. If you liked TNO, I hear Old Blood is really good. I want it, but that file size is MASSIVE. 31gb I think?

      I have DS2 on PS3, but I want the current-gen version to give it another shot with all the DLC. Very tempted.

      1. The current version on X1 and PS4 is a joke imo.

        It looks just like the PC version of the game and that version came out last year.

        I don’t think I have enough memory to install Old Blood on my X1 right now. I just started playing Dying Light again. Maybe this time I’ll actually complete the game :].

      2. I’ve restarted Dying Light twice, so I feel your pain. My girlfriend wants to co-op it now that she has her own Xbox One, so I see a third restart in my future lol.

        Does the PC version of DS2 come with the 2 DLC packs, rearranged enemy placement, new lore, and the new Scholar class? If so, I may just grab that since it’s probably cheaper, but I’m a sucker for Xbox achievements.

      3. The PC version of Dark Souls 2 does come with all the dlc. It has a bigger community too in my opinion.
        Just make sure you get scholar of the first sin edition :].
        Dying Light released at a bad time for me. I was in the middle of too many other games to bother completing it :].

      4. Same here, it was just surrounded by other stuff and got lost in the mix. And then I decided to play Dragon Age instead, so there went 150+ hours.

        Thanks for the heads up on DS2!

      5. I know how that goes :].

        I originally quit Dying Light to play through Dragon Age again. I actually have another character that I’m currently playing through the game with.

      6. It’s easy to get absorbed in to Dragon Age, and there’s so many choices and play styles that I never really want to stop playing, even if it’s on another character. Really enjoyed Tempest Archer. Flask of Fire + Leaping Shot = so many dead things. Really want to try Rift Mage on the next go.

      7. I’ve played as every type of mage specialization in the game. My favorite being the Necromancer. I’ve also played as an Assassin and really enjoyed it. I’m about to become a Reaver with my elven warrior because I really enjoyed murdering shit with the Iron Bull in last playthrough.

        I think Dragon Age has so much replayability because of how different each playthrough has been for me.

      8. Yeah, I’ve always enjoyed that aspect of the series. That and Mass Effect I could really play over and over again with a different experience each time; whether it be the decisions I make or the class I play.

      9. I went Soldier in the original, but Adept for the Insanity playthrough. Stuck with Adept the rest of the way, but really liked Engineer and Infiltrator in 2-3.

      10. I did Soldier too for my very first playthrough in ME1. For parts two and three I switched between Infiltrator, and Vanguard. I breezed through insanity mode as a Infiltrator.

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