Weekly Deals Roundup
What are ya buyin’?
Let’s cut right to the chase: you want deals and we’ve got them for you. Whether you are a console or PC player, there’s so much on offer at such low prices, you’d be crazy to not buy something from this list.
Our pick of the week for the UK is Rocket League on the Nintendo Switch for only £7.50. Thanks to Psyonix’s incredible post-launch support for the game, Rocket League on the Switch will always always have people to play due to Cross-Platform Play.
Rocket League (Nintendo Switch) £7.50 @ Nintendo eShop
Mad Max (PS4) £9.85 @ Base
The Legend of Zelda Tri-Force Heroes (Nintendo 3DS) £7.99 @ Argos
Doom Eternal + DOOM 64 & Rip and Tear DLC Pack (Xbox One/PS4) £33.21 @ ShopTo
Aven Colony (Xbox One) £5.85 @ Base
Ori and The Will of the Wisps (Xbox One) £21.95 @ The Game Collection
Crash Team Racing Nitro (Nintendo Switch) £24.49 @ Sainsburys
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Steelbook (PS4) £14.49 @ Base
Starlink: Battle For Atlas Starter Pack (Nintendo Switch) £11.99 @ Argos/Ebay
Metro Exodus (Xbox One) £15 @ Smyths Toys
Days Gone (PS4) £23.99 @ Boomerrang Rentals/Ebay
Blazing Beaks (Nintendo Switch) £1.79 @ Nintendo eShop
AOT2: Final Battle (PS4) £19.85 @ Base
Our standout deal for the US is Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience. This collection includes the standalone prequel MGSV: Ground Zeroes, MGSV: The Phantom Pain, and Metal Gear Online. The Phantom Pain alone is one of the greatest games of this generation – at only $10 you’d be a fool to miss out on this deal.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience (PS4) $9.99 @ PlayStation Store US
Vampyr (PC) $14.99 @ Steam
Megaman Franchise Sale (up to 50% off) (Nintendo Switch) $9.99 @ Nintendo eShop US
XCom 2: War of the Chosen (PC) $13.20 @ Gamers Gate
Nioh: Complete Edition (PC) $14.99 @ Steam
Party Hard 2 (PC) $4.99 @ Steam
Yakuza 0 (PC) $4.99 @ Steam
Torment: Tides Of Numenera (PS4) $9.15 @ Amazon US
Middle Earth: Shadow Of War Definitive Edition (PS4) $11.85 @ Walmart
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection (PS4) $14 @ Walmart
Portal Knights (Xbox One) $7.99 @ Microsoft Store US
Mortal Kombat 11 (Xbox One) $23.99 @ Microsoft Store US
The Division 2 – Warlords of New York Edition (Xbox One) $40.19 @ Microsoft Store US
Agents of Mayhem (Xbox One/PS4) $5.49 @ BestBuy
LEGO City Undercover (PS4) $15.96 @ Walmart
Xbox Game Pass continues to prove its worth with Microsoft adding four games this month: March 5 brings NBA 2K20 and Train Sim World 2020, March 11th adds the long-awaited Ori and the Will of the Wisps, and March 12 includes Pikuniku, wonderful pizzle-exploration game.
Rest of the World
NBA 2K20, Train Sim World 2020, Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Pikuniku (Xbox One/PC) £1/$1 for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate/PC @ Microsoft Store
Offworld Trading Company & GoNNER (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4) Free* until March 9th @ PlayStation Store
Mortal Kombat 11 (Xbox One) Free* until March 9th @ Microsoft Store
PS4 Theme for Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4) Free* if you download the demo @ PlayStation Store
Rainbow Six Siege (Xbox/PS4/PC) Free* until March 8th @ Ubisoft
The Forest (PC) 8.39 EUR @ Steam
Far Cry Primal (PC) 8.80 EUR @ Green Man Gaming
Dangerous Golf (PC) 4.99 EUR @ GamesPlanet.DE
Worms World Party Remastered (PC) 3.50 EUR @ GamesPlanet.DE
Overcooked (PC) 3.99 EUR @ GamesPlanet.DE
GRIP: Combat Racing (PC) 6.75 EUR @ Gamers Gate
BioShock Infinite (PC) 7.50 EUR @ GamesPlanet DE
Strider (PS4) $3.99 CAD @ PlayStation Store Canada
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition (PS4) $5.99 CAD @ PlayStation Store Canada
While it’s important to enjoy your games this weekend, be sure to wash your hands for at least thirty seconds in order to maintain optimal hand hygiene!
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Today’s issue was written by Christian Vaz and Jamie Davey.