Lords of the Fallen is 50% off on Xbox Games Store

By   /   Mar 7, 2015

Lords of the Fallen is currently on a special sale for all Xbox Live members, where the game is shaving 50 percent off its regular price.

Usually at $59.99, players can purchase the action role-playing game from the Xbox Games Store for $29.99. The total size comes to about 5.95 GB.

This offer is going to run until March 9. If you have yet to pick up the title and were thinking to do so, this is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of.

Lords of the Fallen is from CI Games and was released in October last year for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game sadly launched to a series of performance issues on the PC platform, ending with users leaving behind plenty of harsh reviews.

That took a severe hit at the game which was shaping to be a potentially good title. There was also talks about its redundant combat. I’ve yet to try the game out and so it’s possible that the game has improved significantly since then through various updates.

Source Major Nelson

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