XBLM – Wreckateer, Deadlight, date for Nike+ Kinect Training

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 24 July 2012 14:46 GMT

Microsoft has updated its Xbox Live content schedule, and the releases kick off today with a sale on Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Da Vinci Disappearance and Kinectimals, while Raving Rabbids Alive and Kicking and Prototype 2 both hit Games on Demand. Tomorrow, Wreckateer releases, and we also have dates for Nike+ Kinect Training, Kinect Sesame Street TV and Kinect Nat Geo TV.

Kinect Sesame Street TV and Kinect Nat Geo TV will both launch on September 18 for $49.99 each, and Nike+ Kinect Training will release on October 30 for $49.99.

The Deal of the Week is Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Da Vinci Disappearance which is 50% off, as is Kinectimals: Now with BEARS.

El Shaddai and Disney Universe both hits Games on Demand July 31, and on August 1 Deadlight will arrive on the XBLM.

Starting July 31, you can also get discounts on Lara Croft Guardian of Light DLC, as well as extra content for Tomb Raider: Underworld.

The full list is below and through Major Nelson.

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