Dec 07, 2016 07:16 PM EST

Microsoft Offers 'Assassin’s Creed Unity,' 'The Division,' 'Watch Dogs' and More with Xbox Christmas Deals

Gamers are in for a treat this season! When you purchase an Xbox One S this month, the Microsoft Store is also throwing in an extra controller and a Ubisoft game as part of their Christmas sale.

Microsoft is having its 12 Days of Deals event this December which means that all the Xbox One S bundles will include other free games to the ones that already come with it (i.e. Battlefield 1, Gears of War 4, Halo 5, Fifa 17, Minecraft). Even the 500 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB versions are not exempt.

To add to the already included games in the deal are the following choices: "Assassin’s Creed Syndicate," "Assassin’s Creed Unity," "Far Cry Primal," "Hasbro Family Fun Pack," "Just Dance 2016," "Just Dance Disney Party 2," "Rainbow Six Siege," "The Crew," "The Division," and "Watch Dogs."

Another promo happened on December 7, Wednesday, wherein select Xbox Games such as "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," "Recore," and "Battlefield 1" were marked 50% off. Four days later on December 11, there will be a $120 off the price of particular 500 GB Xbox One consoles, making them only $179!

If that is not enough, on December 12, only a day after, you can save $50 and get two free select games with select Xbox One consoles. Finally, on December 14, "Quantum Break," 'Halo 5," and "Forza Motorsport 6" will be sold for only $19.99.

Gift cards are also going to be thrown in with some of your purchases. Moreover, if you’re looking to buy some computers, they’re going to be on sale as well.

This Microsoft Christmas promo started on December 5 and will go on until December 16, Friday. It lasts for 24 hours and available on local Microsoft stores as well as brick and mortar locations.

Click here for more information and guidelines about 12 Days of Deal promo and other items on sale.

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