Best Gaming Deals – God of War Under £12

TODAY: Check out these great gaming deals from across Europe, US, and the rest of the world to help you have the perfect weekend.

Weekly Deals Roundup

What are ya buyin’?

The deals we have on offer this week are so spicy, you’ll need to drink some milk to sort yourself out after seeing them. The Rest of the World section in particular features the longest list of free games we’ve ever seen – definitely check it out if you need to boost your weekend!

Our pick of the week for the UK is God of War for the PS4. If you somehow managed to miss one of the greatest games of the generation (94 on Metacritic!), now is your chance to pick it up for under £12.


God of War (PS4) £11.99 @ Currys

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (Xbox One) £3.99 @ Monster Shop

Snake Pass (Nintendo Switch) £4.79 @ Nintendo eShop

Mortal Kombat 11 (Nintendo Switch) £19.99 @ Monster Shop

Octopath Traveler (Nintendo Switch) £24.99 @ Nintendo eShop

Gran Turismo Sport (PS4) £9.99 @ PlayStation Store

Mega Man Legacy Collection (PS4) £3.99 @ PlayStation Store

Dark Souls Remastered (PS4) £12.99 @ PlayStation Store

Life is Strange 2 – Complete Season (Xbox One) £13.11 @ Microsoft Store

Final Fantasy VII (Nintendo Switch) £6.39 @ Nintendo eShop

Diablo Eternal Collection (Nintendo Switch) £25.49 @ Amazon

Journey To The Savage Planet (Xbox One/PS4) £18.85 @ Base

Yoku’s Island Express (PS4) £5.84 @ Base

Our standout deal for the US is Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on PC. If you buy the game on the Ubisoft Store, you’ll receive a $10 off voucher for a second item making a number of games like Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Rainbow Six: Siege completely free.


Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (PC) $19.80 @ Ubisoft Store

The Evil Within 2 (Xbox One) $9.70 @ Amazon US

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (Nintendo Switch) $19.99 @ Walmart

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Nintendo Switch) $19.99 @ Walmart

Runner3 (Nintendo Switch) $1.99 @ Nintendo eShop US

Resident Evil 2 Deluxe Edition (PS4) $22.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Star Wars Battlefront II: Celebration Edition (PS4) $23.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Catherine: Full Body (PS4) $29.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Borderlands 3 Standard Edition (PS4/Xbox One) $24.99 @ Best Buy

Left Alive (PS4) $14.99 @ Best Buy

Monster Hunter: World (PC) $17.79 @ Indie Gala

Enter the Gungeon (PC) $7.49 @ Steam

The Jackbox Party Pack 6 (PS4) $20.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Our deals for the Rest of the World are going to be from the generous developers and publishers who have decided to give their games away for free. This might be the most amount of free games we’ve ever had in one list before!

Rest of the World

Watch Dogs and The Stanley Parable (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store

The Surge 2, Bleeding Edge and Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store

Goat of Duty (PC) Free to keep until March 31st @ Steam

Deiland (PC) Free to keep until March 24th @ Steam

Pleasure Puzzle: Portrait (PC) Free to keep until March 26th @ Steam

Tomb Raider (2013) (PC) Free to keep until March 24th @ Steam

Drawful 2 (PC) Free to keep until March 24th @ Steam

Mini Metro (iOS) Free to keep until March 24th @ App Store

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PC) Free to keep until March 24th @ Steam

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Free DLC Program (PC) Free @ GoG

Sky Boom Boom (PC) Free @ Microsoft Store

Spirit Lake (PC) Free @ Microsoft Store

Fish Lake (PC) Free @ Microsoft Store

The Steam Game Festival (PC) Free to play until March 23rd @ Steam

Kingdom Rush Origins (iOS) Free to keep until March 24th @ App Store

Have an amazing weekend and we’ll see you next week for more of the same!

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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.