Gaming Deals: All the Best Deals for the Weekend Featuring Ghost Of Tsushima – 08.01

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

Weekend Gaming Deals

What are ya buyin’?

The summer heat is relentless this weekend, so there’s no better way to spend the next two days than to sit inside in front of the TV playing some video games. It may be warm, but we can always plug in a fan to cool ourselves down!

Our pick of the week for the UK is Ghost of Tsushima for PS4. Sucker Punch Studios has done an incredible job of bringing 13th century Japan to life. Play as Jin Sakai, the Samuari tasked with handling the invasion of the Mongol army. If you are into the Assassin’s Creed series, Ghost of Tsushima should have you feeling right at home.


Ghost of Tsushima (PS4) £43.99 with code FNDDGAME @ Currys

Moving Out (PS4) £13.94 @ 365Games

Dark Souls 3 The Fire Fades (PS4) £15.85 @ Base

Tekken 7 (PS4) £8.99 @ PlayStation Store

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PS4) £8.24 @ PlayStation Store

Maneater Day One Edition (PS4/Xbox One) £20.95 @ The Game Collection

Streets of Rage 4 (Xbox One) £21.85 @ Base

The Crew 2 (Xbox One) £10.00 @ Amazon

Gears 5 (Xbox One) £9.85 @ ShopTo

Megaquarium (Xbox One) £11.99 @ Microsoft Store

Snake Pass (Nintendo Switch) £4.79 @ Nintendo eShop

Nowhere Prophet (Nintendo Switch) £14.61 @ Nintendo eShop

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate (Nintendo Switch) £17.99 @ Nintendo eShop

The Touryst (Nintendo Switch) £12.59 @ Nintendo eShop

Splasher (Nintendo Switch) £3.89 @ Nintendo eShop

Our standout deal for the US is Kerbal Space Program for PC. This is one of those games that will frustrate you for hours at a time, but there will be a moment where it all clicks and you will think Kerbal Space Program is one of the greatest games of all time. It’s definitely not for those short on time, but well worth it for everyone else.


Kerbal Space Program (PC) $6.99 @ IndieGala

Red Dead Redemption 2 (PC) $47.99 @ Steam

Quantum League (PC) $9.99 @ Steam

Metro Exodus (PC) $19.99 @ Humble Bundle

Devil May Cry V (PC) $25.50 @ Green Man Gaming

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 (PC) $16.99 @ Green Man Gaming

Resident Evil 3 Remake (PC) $34.16 @ Green Man Gaming

Cooking Simulator (PC) $11.99 @ Steam

Ogre (PC) $12.49 @ Steam

Garfield Kart (PC) $0.99 @ Steam

Rocket Arena Mythic Edition (PS4) $9.99 @ PlayStation Store US

The Division 2 – Warlords of New York – Ultimate Edition (PS4) $35.99 @ PlayStation Store US

FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster (PS4) $12.49 @ PlayStation Store US

LEGO Worlds (PS4) $5.99 @ PlayStation Store US

Soul Calibur VI (PS4) $14.99 @ PlayStation Store US

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III – Extracurricular Edition (Nintendo Switch) $41.99 @ Amazon US

Nintendo Joy-Con Neon Pink / Neon Green (Nintendo Switch) $69.00 @ Amazon US


The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch) $79.00 @ Mighty Ape

Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4) $79.00 @ Mighty Ape

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Xbox One) $10.00 @ Mighty Ape

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout (PC) $51.81 @ Steam

Trials of Mana (PC) $55.99 @ Steam


Moss (PSVR) £12.49 @ PlayStation Store

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (PC) £11.99 @ Humble Bundle

Carnival Games VR (PC) £3.99 @ Humble Bundle

Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality (PC) £5.24 @ Humble Bundle

Superhot VR (PC) £11.99 @ Humble Bundle

Lost (PC VR) Free @ Oculus

Sony once again brings the heat with two 2020 releases for this month’s PlayStation Plus games. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered is an excellent FPS that is well worth playing, and Devolver’s Fall Guys is launching on PS Plus the same day it releases! The value from PS Plus is outstanding this month, definitely worth picking up a sub if you haven’t already.

Rest of the World

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered & Fall Guys (PS4) Free* for PS Plus members throughout August @ PlayStation Plus

Portal Knights, Override: Mech City Brawl, MX Unleashed and Red Faction II (Xbox One) Free* for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members @ Microsoft Store

20XX, Barony and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store

Grounded, Nowhere Prophet, Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store

Rocket Arena (PC) Free to play until August 2nd @ Steam

Quantum League (PC) Free to play until August 2nd @ Steam

Humble Double Fine 20th Anniversary Bundle (Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, Grim Fandango Remastered) (PC) From £1 @ Humble Bundle

Humble Daedalic Bundle (Fire!, State of Mind, Iron Danger) (PC) From £1 @ Humble Bundle

Humble Paradox Interactive Bundle (Age of Wonders III, Stellaris, Tyranny) (PC) From £1 @ Humble Bundle

Devolverland Expo (PC) Free @ Steam

Team Fortress 2 (PC) Free to play @ Steam

DOTA 2 (PC) Free to play @ Steam

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (PC) Free to play @ Steam

Eid Mubarak to our Muslim friends! Stay tuned next week for more of the same.

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