Weekly Deals for Europe and US

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

Weekly Deals Roundup

What are ya buyin’?

It’s that time of the week once more, coming to you hot from the oven of deals to bring you the best of what’s on offer. RPG fans will be salivating over some of the deals we have on offer this week. Kingdom Hearts III, which only released earlier this year has reached a historical low price point on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In addition to this, we’ve got Ni No Kuni II and Dragon Age: Inquisition for less than £10. If you added up the value you are getting for your money at these prices, it would equate to literally pennies per hour of gameplay.

European Deals

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PC) Free @ Rockstar Games Launcher

Prey (PC) £2.99 @ CDKeys

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PS4) £8.95 @ The Game Collection

Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition (PS4) £3.99 @ PlayStation Store

Kingdom Hearts III (PS4/Xbox One) £15.85 @ ShopTo

Football Manager Touch 2019 (PC) £4.99 @ CDKeys

Humble Bundle Builder: Tricky Towers, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong & Concrete Jungle (PC) £0.81 @ Humble Bundle Store

The Humble Bundle store always comes through with some cracking deals, and this week is no exception. For just £3.02 you can get the three games listed in the deal above plus Portal Knights, Bridge Constructor Portal and SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell. For a total of £8.05 you can also add Staxel to that list. Everyone loves free games and if you don’t already own it on PC, now is the perfect time to grab your free copy of GTA San Andreas. All you have to do is download Rockstar Games’ new launcher.

Winter is coming, so you’d better stay in doors and get comfortable. Whether you’re playing some of these bangers or not, enjoy your weekend and make sure to have fun.

US Deals

We’ve spoken about some of the excellent deals you can get for free thanks to companies like Epic and Humble Bundle, but our top deal today is probably one of the best free bundles we’ve ever seen. Epic are giving away the entire Batman Akham Collection for free. Yes, the ENTIRE collection: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City and Arkham Knight. Epic might be ruffling some feathers with their store, but this deal alone will do enough to smooth things over with a few of those disgruntled voices.

Batman Arkham Collection + Lego Batman Trilogy (PC) Free @ Epic Game Store

Dead By Daylight (PC) $9.99 @ Steam Store

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4) $3.99 @ PlayStation Store

Enter the Gungeon (PC) $7.49 @ Steam Store

Sniper Elite 4 Deluxe Edition (PS4) $26.99 @ PlayStation Store

Yooka-Laylee (PS4) $9.99 @ CDKeys

Jump Force, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Dirt Rally 2.0, Lego Worlds & Bad North (New Additions to Xbox Game Pass) (Xbox One/PC) $1.19 for One Month @ CDKeys

Dead By Daylight is an awesome title to pick up this week at 50% off. This discount also happens to coincide with the release of its Stranger Things DLC. If you haven’t yet tried out Sniper Elite 4, the Deluxe Edition is a whopping 70% off on the PlayStation Store. Yooka-Laylee is also 75% off and, with its sequel due to release in October, now is the perfect time to catch up.

We’ll be reuniting with our Nintendo Switch this weekend to play Link’s Awakening but if you’re not a huge fan of Zelda games, these deals will be sure to keep you occupied until we check in with you next weekend.

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