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New Xbox 360 sale slashes classic games by up to 90%, but not for long

The June 2024 wave of the Xbox 360 marketplace farewell sale is set to drop some of the biggest Xbox hits down to a devilishly low price.

Xbox 360 sale June 2024: Splinter Cell's Sam Fisher in his trademark night vision goggles

The Xbox 360 Marketplace may be closing up shop on July 29, but it’s certainly going out with a bang. Last month, Xbox revealed that it would be dropping huge reductions on games from the legendary console’s digital catalog, adding more deals with each monthly wave up until the storefront is shuttered. Now, it’s set to drop its next batch of discounts.

While many of the games from some of the best Xbox game series, such as Tomb Raider and Far Cry 4, have higher-fidelity versions available on Xbox One, you’ll be hard-pressed to find forgotten titles like 2008’s Alone in the Dark, and Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon. That being said, some games are better left forgotten…

That being said, if you’re still holding onto your old 360 for dear life, or are looking to revel in some late-2000s nostalgia, then this sale is a gold mine. Take Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, for example. One of the best stealth games of all time can be yours for 80% off, bringing it down to just $2.99. For reference, it’ll set you back 15 bucks on the modern Xbox store, making for a top-tier saving.

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Though the June 18 deadline for the next deals drop has passed, Xbox Wire has yet to update its official list – you can find that here. However, based on that shared by ‘Wario64’ on X, we’re in for some absolute treats this time around. Below you’ll find ten of my big picks, as well as their discounts (provided Wario64’s list materializes):

  • Bulletstorm – 90%
  • Burnout 3: Takedown – 90%
  • Devil May Cry 4 – 90%
  • Devil May Cry HD Collection – 90%
  • Dishonored – 85%
  • Kane and Lynch: Dead Men – 85%
  • Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain – 75%
  • Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor – 75%
  • Need For Speed Most Wanted – 90%
  • Resident Evil 5 – 90%

It should be noted that, according to Microsoft, the closure of the 360 storefront “will not affect your ability to play Xbox 360 games or DLC you have already purchased — Xbox 360 game content previously purchased will still be available to play.” Phew.

If you’re ready to move on from the past, then be sure to check out our list of all the new Xbox games set to drop this year. To stay up to date with the latest Xbox beats, drop our Google News feed a follow.