Weekly Deals Roundup
What are ya buyin’?
In doors with nothing to do? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got three massive lists of some of the best bargains on offer right now. Don’t worry if money is tight at the moment, some of the deals we have picked out won’t cost you a penny!
Our pick of the week for the UK is Control for the PS4. Remedy Entertainment released their first story DLC for Control this week – The Foundation. As a result, the game is now on sale for under £20, a bargain for a game of this quality.
Control (PS4) £19.99 @ PlayStation Store
Pokemon Sword/Shield Expansion Pass (Nintendo Switch) £19.85 @ ShopTo
Animal Crossing: New Horizon (Nintendo Switch) £40.85 @ ShopTo
NieR:Automata: Game of the YoRHa Edition (PC) £15 @ Green Man Gaming
Life is Strange 1 – Complete Season (PS4) £2.89 @ PlayStation Store
Soul Calibur VI (PS4) £13.85 @ Base
Journey Collector’s Edition (PS4) £3.99 @ PlayStation Store
Yakuza 0 (PC) £3.74 @ Humble Store
Life is Strange 2 – Complete Season (PC) £11.61 @ Green Man Gaming
The Outer Worlds (Xbox One) £24.97 @ Currys
The Wolf Among Us (PS4) £3.99 @ PlayStation Store
Final Fantasy X/ X-2 HD Remaster (Nintendo Switch) £22.99 @ Amazon
Team Sonic Racing (Xbox One/) £15.99 @ Base
Puyo Puyo Champions (PS4) £3.99 @ PlayStation Store
Doom Eternal (PC) £36.85 @ ShopTo
Our standout deal for the US is Cyberpunk 2077 on PC. There aren’t many developers we would trust enough to justify preordering anything from, but the team at CD Projekt has an incredible library of great games. If you are looking to get one of the most anticipated games of the year for less than usual, now is the perfect time to do it.
Cyberpunk 2077 (PC) $49.94 @ Amazon US
Cosmonauta (Nintendo Switch) $0.09 @ Nintendo eShop US
Nicky – The Home Alone Golf Ball (Nintendo Switch) $0.09 @ Nintendo eShop US
Drawful 2 (Nintendo Switch) $0.09 @ Nintendo eShop US
Persona 4 Golden (PS Vita) $7.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition (Nintendo Switch) $9.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Death Stranding (PS4) $29.99 @ Best Buy
Dragon Ball FighterZ Day One Edition (PS4) $19.93 @ Walmart
Nex Machina (PS4) $4.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4) $25.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Kerbal Space Program (PC) $9.99 @ Steam
RAGE 2 (PC) $17.99 @ Steam
Just Cause 3 (PC) $2.99 @ Steam
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Ulitmate Edition (Xbox One) $29.99 @ Microsoft Store
Sleeping Dogs – Definitive Edition (Xbox One) $4.49 @ Microsoft Store
Our deals for the Rest of the World continue the same trend as last week – if money is tight for you then these generous publishers and developers have you covered. In addition to the usual host of free games from Epic, we’ve got plenty more for you to enjoy.
Rest of the World
World War Z, Figment and Tormentor x Punisher (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Gears 5, Bleeding Edge and Slay The Spire (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
Between Two Castles (PC) Free to keep until March 30th @ Steam
Project Mercury (PC) Free to keep until April 8th @ Steam
Burning Daylight (PC) Free @ Steam
Endless Legend – Emperor Edition (PC) Free to play until March 30th @ Steam
100% Orange Juice (PC) Free to keep until March 30th @ Steam
Kerbal Space Program (PC) Free to play until March 30th @ Steam
Acceleration of SUGURI 2 (PC) Free to keep until March 30th @ Steam ()
200% Mixed Juice! (PC) Free to keep until March 30th @ Steam
Quiet as a Stone (PC) Free @ itch.io
Monster Hunter World (PS4) Free to play until March 30th @ Capcom
Resident Evil Resistance Open Beta (PS4) Free to play until April 3rd @ PlayStation Store
Resident Evil Resistance Open Beta (Xbox One) Free to play until April 3rd @ Microsoft Store
Monument Valley 2 (Android) Free @ Google Play Store
Enjoy your hard-earned weekend, everyone. Be sure to stay safe and keep on gaming!
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.