Weekend Gaming Deals
What are ya buyin’?
As the Steam Summer Sale ends, a new sale from the PlayStation Store arrives to take its place. You are in luck, PlayStation gamers, this week is primarily about you. We see you out there, Xbox fans, we’ve got something for you too.
Our pick of the week for the UK is the Dark Souls Trilogy for Xbox One. If you’ve somehow managed to avoid every Dark Souls game over the years, you’re in for a treat, along with a fair few frustrating deaths against these unforgiving bosses. The trilogy even includes all the DLCs released for each game, so you’re set for hundreds of hours of soaking up the lore.
Dark Souls Trilogy (Xbox One) £32.85 @ ShopTo
Maneater – Day One Edition (Xbox One/PS4) £26.99 @ Amazon
Devil May Cry 5 Deluxe Edition (PS4) £22.49 @ PlayStation Store
MediEvil (PS4) £12.49 @ PlayStation Store
Dark Souls III Deluxe Edition (PS4) £13.74 @ PlayStation Store
Dragon Ball Fighterz Ultimate Edition (PS4) £14.44 @ PlayStation Store
No Man’s Sky (PS4) £17.49 @ PlayStation Store
Far Cry 4 + Far Cry Primal Double Pack (Xbox One) £12.95 @ The Game Collection
The World Ends With You -Final Remix- (Nintendo Switch) £19.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Outlast: Bundle of Terror (Nintendo Switch) £4.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered (Nintendo Switch) £11.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Punch Club (Nintendo Switch) £6.74 @ Nintendo eShop
The Division 2 (PC) £8.58 @ Ubisoft Store
Assassin’s Creed Origins Gold Edition (PC) £15.00 @ Ubisoft Store
Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition (PC) £8.58 @ Ubisoft Store
Our standout deal for the US is Superhot on PC. The Superhot Team revealed their new roguelike expansion: MIND CONTROL DELETE. This expansion is going to be free to anyone that owns Superhot on Steam, so now is the perfect time to pick up this unique FPS.
Superhot (PC) $9.99 @ Humble Store
Nintendo Switch Light Up Dock Shield (Nintendo Switch) $15.57 @ Amazon US
Ni No Kuni Wrath of the White Witch Remastered (PC) $13.79 @ Voidu
Resident Evil 7 (PS4) $9.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Rad Rodgers (Nintendo Switch) $16.99 @ Amazon US
The Evil Within 2 (PS4/Xbox One) $9.99 @ Amazon US
Assassin’s Creed: Origins Gold Edition (PS4) $19.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Child of Light (Xbox One) $4.49 @ Microsoft Store US
DragonBall Xenoverse 2 (Xbox One) $8.99 @ Microsoft Store US
Sega Genesis Classics (Nintendo Switch) $23.99 @ Amazon US
Wargroove (Nintendo Switch) $22.96 @ Amazon US
Final Fantasy VII: Remake (PS4) $49.94 @ Amazon US
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (Nintendo Switch) $25.10 @ Amazon US
Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster (Nintendo Switch) $29.99 @ Amazon US
Elden: Path of Forgotten (PC) $14.39 @ Steam
Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch) $39.99 @ Amazon US
New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe (Nintendo Switch) $39.99 @ Amazon US
Monster Hunter World (PS4) $20.00 @ Mighty Ape
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan (PS4) $19.97 @ PlayStation Store AUS
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (PS4) $20.33 @ PlayStation Store AUS
Disco Elysium (PC) $42.71 @ Steam
Shadow Warrior 2 (PC) $14.23 @ Steam
Half-Life: Alyx (PC) £34.87 @ Steam
Batman: Arkham VR (PSVR) $8.89 @ Amazon US
Concrete Genie (PlayStation VR) $17.67 @ Amazon US
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PSVR) £5.59 @ PlayStation Store UK
Project Cars 2 (PC) $8.49 @ IndieGala
SculptrVR (PC) £7.99 @ Oculus Store
Arizona Sunshine (PC) £26.39 @ Green Man Gaming
Ubisoft is hosting their E3-style event this weekend on Sunday. Ubisoft Forward’s main show starts at 12pm PDT/ 9pm CEST, but you can tune in an hour and a half earlier for updates on games like Trackmania and The Division 2. If you tune in via your PC and sign into your Uplay account before the end of the main show, you can claim a free copy of Watch Dogs 2.
Rest of the World
Watch Dogs 2 (PC) Free to Ubisoft Forward viewers @ Ubisoft Store
Square Enix Publisher Sale (PC) 50% off @ Humble Store
Fallout Series Weekend Sale (PC) 50% off @ Humble Store
Humble Horror Game Sale (PC) 85% off @ Humble Store
Killing Floor 2 + Lifeless Planet: Premier Edition + The Escapists 2 (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
UPlay+ 7-Day Free Trial (PC) Free @ Ubisoft Store
CrossCode and Fallout 76 (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
Humble Summer Adventure Games Bundle (The Walking Dead – Season 1, Oxenfree, Batman: The Enemy Within) (PC) From £1 @ Humble Bundle
Build Your Own FPS Bundle (PC) From £4.79 @ Fanatical
NBA 2K20, Rise of Tomb Raider and Erica (PS4) Free* for PS Plus members throughout July @ PlayStation Plus
WRC 8 FIA World Rally Championship, Dunk Lords, Juju and Saints Row 2 (Xbox One) Free* for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members @ Microsoft Store
Team Fortress 2 (PC) Free to play @ Steam
DOTA 2 (PC) Free to play @ Steam
Path of Exile (PC) Free to play @ Steam
Lost (PC VR) Free @ Oculus
Hammerfight (PC) Free to play @ Steam
Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure (PC) Free @ GOG
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (PC) Free to play @ Steam
Take it easy over the weekend and we’ll be back next week with more spicy gaming deals.
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.