Halo Infinite is £40 off in Xbox Series X Prime Day sale

Amazon Prime Day has a bunch of deals on Xbox Series X and S games, with Halo Infinite going for an especially low price.

The Xbox Series X/S has only been going from strength to strength this year, managing to outperform the PlayStation 5 in sales over the past several months.

This is partly due to the PlayStation 5 suffering from stock issues, but Microsoft isn’t immune to them either and considering the first few months of 2022 were the company’s best opening quarter ever, it’s clearly doing something right.

Its Xbox Game Pass service no doubt played a hand in it, but if you’re the kind of person who prefers to physically own their games (especially given the problems of buying digitally) today’s Amazon Prime deals have you covered.

We’ve tracked down the best Xbox game deals available for both the Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, with Halo Infinite easily being the best of the bunch.

Despite being a flagship title for the console, Amazon is selling it at a 73% discount, bringing it down to £14.99. That’s quite the steal considering this is the best Halo game we’ve had in a long time.

Not to mention it’s had several months of post-launch updates for the campaign and multiplayer so any teething problems it had at launch have been ironed out.

Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One deals for Amazon Prime Day

  • Halo Infinite – £14.99 (was £54.99)
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (Xbox One) – £13.50 (was £54.99)
  • Alan Wake Remastered – £12.99 (was £24.99)
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Xbox One) – £12.99 (was £54.99)
  • Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection (Xbox One) – £11.99 (was £39.99)
  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Ragnarök Edition – £24.74 (was £57.99)
  • Back 4 Blood + Amazon exclusive AR Badge – £17.49 (was £24.99)
  • Dark Souls Trilogy (Xbox One) – £28.50 (was £34.95)
  • Dark Souls 3 The Fire Fades Edition (Xbox One) – £16.50 (was £29.99)
  • Disney Classic Games Collection: The Jungle Book, Aladdin, & The Lion King – £16.99 (was £29.99)
  • F1 22 (Xbox One) + Logitech G920 Gaming Wheel – £232.99
  • F1 22 (Xbox Series X/S) + Logitech G920 Gaming Wheel – £239.99
  • Far Cry 6 Limited Edition (Amazon exclusive) – £9.99 (was £37)
  • Farming Simulator 22 – £27.99 (was £44.99)
  • Gears 5 – Standard Edition (Xbox One) – £16.01 (was £49.99)
  • Hitman 3 – £19.99 (was £34.47)

  • Just Dance 2022 – £19.95 (was £23.98)
  • Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (Xbox One) – £7.75 (was £9.95)
  • Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £13.09 (was £15.42)
  • Lego DC Super-Villains (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £11.50 (was £15.15)
  • Lego Harry Potter Collection (Xbox One) – £11.69 (was £14.95)
  • Lego Jurassic World (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £12.65 (was £16.58)
  • Lego Marvel Avengers (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £12.53 (was £15.58)
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £12.55 (was £15.69)
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £12.65 (was £15.82)
  • Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Classic Character DLC Edition (Amazon exclusive) – £31.49 (was £49.99)
  • Lego Worlds (Xbox One) + Amazon exclusive DLC – £12.50 (was £15.78)
  • Marvel’s Avengers – £9.99 (was £24.99)
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (Xbox Series X/S) – £41.99 (was £59.99)
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate – £15 (was £17.65)
  • NHL 22 (Xbox One) – £21.99 (was £59.99)
  • NHL 22 (Xbox Series X/S) – £19.95 (was £69.99)
  • Riders Republic Limited Edition (Amazon exclusive) – £22.99 (was £29.99)
  • Rust Console Day One Edition (Xbox One) – £29.95 (was £39.99)
  • Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 – £19.99 (was £34.99)
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: House Of Ashes – £14.50 (was £24.99)
  • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction Deluxe Edition – £25.40 (was £32.99)
  • Xbox Series S (Refurbished) – £209.99 (was £229.99)

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