Microsoft Testing Cheaper Xbox One Games On Digital Marketplace

Microsoft Testing Cheaper Xbox One Games On Digital Marketplace (Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Microsoft is good about listening to its customers requests, and the company’s latest tactics prove so.

Microsoft has responded to the many complaints about high Xbox One game prices by cutting the game cost of Ryse: Son of Rome.

Confirmed via Twitter, Microsoft Studio Manager, Mike Ybarra wrote, “Lot of people asked for better deals on out digital marketplace, so we’re testing some…”

“That’s far better than the used price at GameStop and others! Go digital!”

Starting tomorrow through February 24th, users can buy Ryse: Son of Rome from the digital marketplace for $39.99, with more discounts for add-ons beginning February 25th.

The game’s DLC pack, Mars’ Chosen, is set to be released on February 28th and will include new maps, character skins, and a co-operative Survival Mode.

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