A glitch led to a drastic price drop for Xbox 360 games in Russia
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Microsoft screwed up again and began selling Xbox 360 games in Russia for a fraction of their price. It seems like one Russian Ruble is equal to 1 US Dollar in the store, while the actual market value of one USD is approximately 65,5 Rubles.
This means that if a game costs $60, its price on the Russian market is literally lower than a Dollar, which is just ridiculous. Publishers must be extremely unhappy about the hiccup, especially since it happened for the second time in.
Back in November of 2018 players had a brief time to purchase the Xbox One games at the low price. Microsoft never rolled back the transactions, meaning that if you bought Grand Theft Auto V for 60 Rubles (less than one USD), you kept the purchase.
Unfortunately, non-Russian residents don’t have access to this unplanned “sale,” as Microsoft Store.
There is no telling of how long the glitch will be active.