Weekly Deals Roundup
What are ya buyin’?
We’re almost halfway through the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, which means that you’re probably already running out of games to play. Thankfully we’ve got you covered with gaming deals that are almost as hot as the weather.
Our pick of the week for the UK is Planet Coaster for PC. Frontier is running a Publisher Weekend sale that offers up to 80% off some of their most popular titles. Planet Coaster is an absolute steal at under £8. Planet Zoo and Jurassic World Evolution are also on sale if you’re in the mood for managing a zoo or dinosaur sanctuary over a regular theme park.
Planet Coaster (PC) £7.49 @ Steam
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (Xbox One) £3.99 @ Monster-Shop
Jurassic World Evolution (PC) £8.74 @ Steam
Child of Light Ultimate Edition (Switch) £4.80 @ Nintendo eShop
Little Nightmares (PC) £3.99 @ Humble Bundle
Bloodborne: Game of the Year Edition (PS4) £12.99 @ PlayStation Store
The Witcher 3: Complete Edition (Nintendo Switch) £36.99 @ Amazon
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition (Nintendo Switch) £19.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Xbox One) £17.97 @ Currys
Football Manager Mobile 2020 (iOS/Android) £5.99 @ Apple App Store
Astral Chain (Nintendo Switch) £33.29 @ Nintendo eShop
No Man’s Sky (PC) £13.99 @ Indie Gala
ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission (PS4) £12.99 @ PlayStation Store
Our standout deal for the US is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch. Three years after launching alongside the Nintendo Switch, Breath of the Wild remains one of the system’s must have games. If you don’t already own it, now is the perfect time to pick it up for this discounted price.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch) $39.99 @ Amazon
Invisigun Reloaded (Nintendo Switch) $0.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
SEGA Genesis Classics (Nintendo Switch) $11.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4) $5.99 @ PlayStation Store US
DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT (PS4) $40.19 @ PlayStation Store US
Mortal Kombat 11 PE + Injustice 2 LE (PS4) $35.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Red Dead Redemption 2 (Xbox One) $29.99 @ Microsoft Store
Gang Beasts (Xbox One) $13.99 @ Microsoft Store
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (Xbox One) $38.99 @ Microsoft Store
Watch Dogs 2 – Deluxe Edition (Xbox One) $14.99 @ Microsoft Store
HITMAN 2 – Gold Edition (PC) $19.99 @ Steam
Planet Zoo (PC) $33.74 @ Steam
Splatoon 2 (Nintendo Switch) $39.99 @ Amazon
Shenmue III (PS4) $29.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Just Dance 2020 (PS4) $19.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Our stand out deal for the Rest of the World is yet again from Epic’s selection of free games. Close to the Sun & Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments may not be the greatest games of all time, but when they cost nothing, there’s not too much to complain about!
Rest of the World
Close to the Sun & Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Football Manager 2020, Overcooked 2 and Mistover (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
Ticket to Ride: First Journey (PC) Free @ Steam
Dead Space 2 (PC) CAD $7@ Humble Bundle Store
NHL 20 (Xbox One) CAD $19.79 @ Microsoft Store
Brigade E5: New Jagged Union (/PC) Free @ IndieGala
Dark Devotion (PC) €7.50 @ Gamersgate
Off-Road Drive (PC) Free @ IndieGala
The Office Quest (PC) AUS $1.69@ Steam
True Skate (Android) Free @ Google Play Store
UFC 3 (PS4) AUS $13.95 @ PlayStation Store (Australia)
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE SHAREfactory Theme (PS4) Free @ PlayStation Store (UK)
SEGA AGES Alex Kidd in Miracle World (Switch) CAD $4.49 @ Nintendo eShop
The Escapists Complete Edition (Switch) €2.99 @ Nintendo eShop (Germany)
Attack Balls Bubble Shooter (iOS) Free @ Apple App Store
Happy Easter, everyone! Don’t eat too much chocolate, and remember to stay inside.
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.