Weekend Gaming Deals
What are ya buyin’?
This week’s set of deals are not only the hottest around, but they are also made even sweeter due to the UK Bank Holiday today! Kick back and relax in that springtime heat as we serve you up the best deals anywhere.
Our pick of the week for the UK is Destiny 2: Upgrade Edition on Steam. Coming in at a historic low price of just under £27, this is the cheapest way to pick up both of the Destiny 2 expansions (Shadowkeep and Forsaken) on PC.
Destiny 2: Upgrade Edition (PC) £26.79 @ Steam
Burnout Paradise Remastered (Xbox One) £4.99 @ Amazon
Firewatch (PC) £3.79 @ GoG
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order (Xbox One) £29.95 @ The Game Collection
Days Gone (PS4) £24.99 @ 365Games
Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4) £44.95 @ The Game Collection
11:11 Memories Retold (PS4) £4.95 @ The Game Collection
Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition (Nintendo Switch) £8.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Control (PS4) £24.99 @ PlayStation Store
Uno (Xbox One) £3.99 @ Microsoft Store
Skullgirls 2nd Encore (Nintendo Switch) £13.99 @ Nintendo eShop
Trivial Pursuit Live! (Xbox One) £4.79 @ Microsoft Store
Resident Evil 4 (PS4) £6.49 @ PlayStation Store
Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4) £22.99 @ Currys
Hasbro Family Fun Pack – Super Edition (Xbox One) £19.99 @ Microsoft Store
Our standout deal for the US is Doom Eternal on Xbox One and PS4. Bethesda has discounted Doom Eternal for the first time, dropping the price down to a cool $40. If you haven’t played one of the best FPS games to launch this year, now is the perfect time to give Doom Eternal a try.
Doom Eternal (Xbox One/PS4) $39.99 @ Amazon
Superflight (PC) $0.74 @ Steam
Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee Preorder (Nintendo Switch) $19.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4) $34.99 @ Walmart
Dead Cells: The Bad Seed Bundle (PS4) $21.59 @ PlayStation Store US
Overcooked! + Overcooked! 2 (PS4) $17.49 @ PlayStation Store US
Cities Skylines (PC) $4.99 @ WinGameStore
Banner Saga Trilogy (PS4) $19.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (Xbox One) $19.79 @ Microsoft Store US
Trackmania Turbo (Xbox One) $9.99 @ Microsoft Store US
South Park: The Stick of Truth (Nintendo Switch) $11.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Subsurface Circular (Nintendo Switch) $4.79 @ Nintendo eShop US
Mega Man Legacy Collection (Xbox One) $5.99 @ Microsoft Store US
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA (Nintendo Switch) $29.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
Samurai Shodown VI (PS4) $7.49 @ PlayStation Store US
Our stand out deal is Xbox Game Pass which is adding Red Dead Redemption 2 and Day Z to the service this week. Red Dead Redemption 2 is by far the most high profile game added to Game Pass (aside from Microsoft’s own titles) – do yourself a favour and give the service a try if you haven’t done so already.
Rest of the World
Red Dead Redemption 2, Day Z and Streets of Rage 4 (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
Games For NHS Heroes (PC/PS4/Xbox One/Switch) Free @ Keymailer
Death Coming (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Anamaly Uber Bundle (PC) Free to newsletter subscribers @ 11 Bit Studios
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (Xbox One) Free to play this weekend @ Xbox
Showdown Bandit (PC) Free @ Steam
Evil Genius (PC) Free @ Rebellion
Gateways (PC) Free @ IndieGala
Planet of Mubu (PC) Free @ IndieGala
Super Destronaut (PC) Free @ IndieGala
Memetown USA (PC) Free @ IndieGala
Lovely Planet (PC) Free @ IndieGala
PAC-MAN™ CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 (Xbox One) Free @ Microsoft Store
PAC-MAN™ CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 (PS4) Free @ PlayStation Store
PAC-MAN™ CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 (PC) Free @ Steam
Enjoy your bank holiday Friday, everyone! Stay tuned for amazing deals next week.
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.