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This week's Xbox deals feature Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Rage 2

Multiple games are on sale this week on the Microsoft Store for Xbox One. Xbox Live Gold members can pick up Bethesda's newest first-person shooter, Rage 2, for just $29.99 right now. That's 50% off it's current retail price, a deal that's sure to be hard to pass up especially as the game is barely four months old at this point.

RAGE 2
RAGE 2
Developer: Bethesda Softworks
Price: Free

Activision is also running its own publisher sale to put steep discounts on some of its popular titles. The critically-acclaimed Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is 25% off right now, bringing the game to just $44.99.

The remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is also half off, allowing Xbox owners to get it for just $19.99. Additionally, Overwatch Legendary Edition as well as Diablo III: Eternal Edition are also just $19.79 (67% off) each, and younger audiences can enjoy half off the Spyro Reignited Trilogy and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.

Microsoft is also hosting a massive Family Deals Collection sale to bring everyone closer together. Games including Candleman Definitive Edition, Monopoly Plus, and Raymond Legends can each be owned for less than $5 per title, knocking up to 75% per game.

If you're a fan of racing games Trials Rising is also half off, bringing it to just $12.49. The physics-based motorcycle racing game was released only last February, so it's definitely a title to take a look at.

Trials® Rising
Trials® Rising
Developer: Ubisoft
Price: $5.99

The Microsoft Store also has a few titles on its Spotlight sale, as well. Hitman 2 is 67% off ($19.79), Cuphead is taking a 10% discount, and the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is just $19.99 (half off).

Which games are you considering this week? Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments area below.

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