The official roster for this week's Deals with Gold program has been unveiled by Microsoft.
Like in previous offerings, this week's discounted games for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles are only available for Xbox Live Gold members.
According to Microsoft's Major Nelson site, the discount program kicked off on January 5 and will be available until January 11.
One of the games that are available for Xbox 360 gamers through the Deals with Gold program is "Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel." This third-person shooter game first came out in 2013 and has a standard price of $19.99. For Xbox Live Gold members, they can get their hands on this game for only $3.99.
But, for those who don't want to purchase the whole game, they can try out its demo version by downloading it for free.
Next on the list is "Sleeping Dogs" from publisher Square Enix and developer United Front Games. This game follows the story of an undercover police officer who infiltrates Triads in Hong Kong in an attempt to bring down the country's criminal organizations.
The game is originally priced at $19.99 but through Deals with Gold, it can be purchased for only $4.99.
Over at the Xbox One side, Xbox Live members also have six titles to choose from. This includes "The Deer God," which comes at a discounted price of $10.04. This game, which was released by Crescent Moon Games last year, lets players experience what it's like to be a deer.
Another game that is available this week for Xbox One owners is the Game of the Year Edition of "Badland." This is an award-winning side-scrolling action-adventure game filled with puzzles, obstacles and traps. Unlike the regular version of the game, the special edition features a multiplayer mode that can accommodate up to four players. They can either team up to complete the co-op campaign's 100 stages or take on each other in 27 different deathmatch maps.
As noted by Microsoft, only subscribers of the Xbox Live service will be able to take advantage of the deals and discounts. In addition, the company said that the prices and availability of the games may vary depending on gamers' regions.