Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is now just 30 on Xbox One

Cut down to size.

Picking up a copy of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice feels like a significant investment. Even if you can bob and weave your way through Sen's Fortress or swiftly dispatch Father Gascoigne in Bloodborne, you know many deaths and mistakes await in Miyazaki's latest.

So, what better way to take the sting out of that upcoming barrage of punishment than to save a bit of cash on the game in the first place?

Handily, right now, Simply Games has lopped a few pounds off the Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice to reduce it down to 30 on Xbox One.

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Cut price product. Slashing prices. Won't cost an arm. I could go on.

There's no indication of when this deal is going to end, so if you're considering it you might not want to grapple with the decision for too long.

Unfortunately, for PS4 folk, this offer only seems to stretch to the version for Microsoft's box, so you're lumped with paying the full price at the moment. There are some pretty terrific PS4 deals live now, though, including savings on Days Gone, The Divison 2 and Anthem.

Perhaps another deal will crop up soon though. When it does, we'll be sure to cover it over at Jelly Deals so give us a look every now and then to make sure you don't miss it!

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