Microsoft is bringing back its annual Spring Sale with deals on Xbox One consoles and games, headlined by a $50 discount on all Xbox One bundles, Xbox director of programming Larry Hryb announced today.
The console discount drops the price of the Tom Clancy's The Division 1 TB bundle from $399 to $349 and the 500 GB Name Your Game bundle from $349 to $299. It also applies to the upcoming Special Edition Quantum Break bundle, which regularly costs $349 and includes a 500 GB console and controller in "cirrus white," even though the package won't be released until the week after the Spring Sale ends.
The bundle discounts will go live when the Spring Sale begins Sunday, March 20. Then, on Tuesday, March 22, the Xbox Store will offer more than 150 deals on digital games, PC games, movies and TV shows. The discounts will cut prices by 40-60 percent, and will be available on titles such as Fallout 4, Halo 5: Guardians, Far Cry Primal and Rainbow 6 Siege. The Xbox Store will also have deals on backward-compatible Xbox 360 games like Fallout 3 and Just Cause 2.
This isn't just an Xbox sale — it's a Microsoft sale. The company is offering discounts on all kinds of products, including Surface devices and computer accessories, at the Microsoft Store. The Spring Sale ends March 28.