What are ya buyin'?
COVID-19 got you down? Not to worry, there are a number of generous developers and publishers who are giving you some amazing deals with all the proceeds going to charity. Check out our Rest of the World list this week if you want to get involved.
Our pick of the week for the UK is Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle for the Nintendo Switch. This turn-based RPG was one of the most surprising games to launch within the Switch’s first year, reaching a whopping 85 on Metacritic (based on 104 reviews). At under £10, it is well worth trying if you enjoy the genre.
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (Nintendo Switch) £7.49 @ Nintendo eShop
Katamari Damacy REROLL (Nintendo Switch) £7.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Crypt of the NecroDancer (Nintendo Switch) £3.59 @ Nintendo eShop
GRIS (Nintendo Switch) £7.24 @ Nintendo eShop
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Limited Amazon Edition (Xbox One/PS4) £8.99 @ Amazon
The Witcher Trilogy (PC) £9.70 @ Steam
Bayonetta + Vanquish Pack (PC) £6.99 @ Fanatical
Sudden Strike 4: Complete Collection (PS4) £9.99 @ PlayStation Store
Grand Theft Auto V Premium Online Edition (PS4) £11.99 @ PlayStation Store
6 Months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (Xbox One) £32.99 @ Game
Stardew Valley (iOS/Android) £4.99 @ Apple App Store
Rayman Legends (PS4) £12.99 @ Argos
Tetris 99 + 1-Year Nintendo Switch Online (Nintendo Switch) £17.99 @ Amazon
Xbox One S All-Digital Edition + Minecraft & Sea of Thieves (Xbox One) £149 @ Microsoft Store
Burnout Paradise Remastered (Xbox One) £4.99 @ Microsoft Store
Our standout deal for the US is Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord on PC. The game is currently available at a 10% discount, however if you own any of the other games in the series on Steam, Bannerlord is discounted even further to 20%.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (PC) $44.99 @ Steam
Bethesda VR Pack (PC) $44.99 @ Fanatical
Borderlands 3 (PC) $24.99 @ Epic Game Store
Trine: Ultimate Collection (Nintendo Switch) $19.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Reigns: Game of Thrones (Nintendo Switch) $1.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Darkest Dungeon (Nintendo Switch) $14.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Rocket League (Xbox One) $9.99 @ Microsoft Store
Mighty No. 9 (Xbox One) $3.99 @ Microsoft Store
Tetris Effect (PS4) $19.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Diablo III: Eternal Collection (PS4) $19.79 @ PlayStation Store US
No Man’s Sky (PS4) $22.49 @ PlayStation Store US
Resident Evil 3 Remake (PC) $46.79 @ Fanatical
The Elder Scrolls Online – Elsweyr Upgrade (PC) $8.99 @ Steam
Doom Eternal (PC) $49.99 @ Win Game Store
Our stand out deal for the Rest of the World is the incredible Conquer COVID-19 Bundle from the team at Humble Bundle. For one week, this bundle (worth $1,071) features a host of fantastic games and audio books for only £25.50. All of the money goes directly to charity to help organisations respond to COVID-19.
Rest of the World
Conquer COVID-19 Bundle (PC) £25.50 @ Humble Bundle
Uncharted 4 and Dirt Rally 2.0 (PS4) Free* for PS Plus members throughout April @ PlayStation Plus
Project CARS 2 and Fable Anniversary (Xbox One) Free* for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members @ Microsoft Store
Drawful 2, Gone Home and Hob (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Totally Reliable Delivery Service and Nier Automata – Become as Gods Edition (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
Earthlock, Etherborn, Kathy Rain, Lightmatter and Turok (PC) Free* for Twitch Prime members throughout April @ Twitch
The Elder Scrolls Online (PC) Free to play until April 13th @ Bethesda
Drawful 2 (Xbox One) Free to keep until April 10th @ Microsoft Store US
GDC Relief Bundle (PC) Pay what you want @ itch.io
Martian Law (PC) Free to keep until April 10th @ Steam
One Drop Bot (PC) Free to keep until April 7th @ Steam
Autobahn Police Simulator (PC) Free to keep until April 7th @ Steam
PepeLine (iOS) Free @ Apple App Store
PepeLine Adventures (iOS) Free @ Apple App Store
Homo Machina (Android) Free @ Google Play Store
Keep on rocking, gamers. We’ll catch you next week – see you soon!
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.