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This Xbox game pass deal is the best Prime Day deal for Xbox players - 3 for 2 on Ultimate!

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This Xbox Game Pass deal really is one of the best Prime Day gaming offers out of, well, everything. It's come at the perfect time with E3 2021 proving that the service provides unparalleled value to gamers, and now you can have more of it for less! This deal gets you three months for the price of two and really lowers the barrier for entry even lower for Xbox's most awesome service.

That Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deal gets you instant access to over 100 Xbox games, Xbox Live Gold membership, and EA Play. The games aren't bargain-basement embarrassments either; the library includes FIFA 21, Yakuza: Like A Dragon, Control, and of course - since that impressive acquisition -  the Bethesda back-catalog. Xbox has promised day one access through Game Pass to some of its biggest upcoming titles too, like Forza Horizon 5, Psychonauts 2, and Halo Infinite. 

Happily, this offer is digital as well. That means you don't need to worry about waiting for delivery - the codes appear in your inbox almost straight away.

This is just one of the great Prime Day Xbox Series X deals; there are headsets, games, and more all springing up over at Amazon, and we're tracking each one of them. 

If you want to enjoy these new-gen games on the best display, then be sure to take a look at our guide to the best Prime Day TV deals too.

3-for-2 Xbox Game Pass deal

If you're undecided about Game Pass, it's worth taking the plunge thanks to this offer. It's like Netflix for gaming, and it's only going to get better as more games are added. You'll also get all Xbox exclusives at no extra cost as and when they launch. The service is honestly one of the best things that Xbox has done in the last few years.

Our coverage of Amazon's massive sale continues over on our guide to the best Prime Day laptop deals and Prime Day board game deals. If you'd like a roundup of the wider deals scene including gadgets, coffee machines and mattresses, then head on over to our friends at TechRadar.

Rachel Weber

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