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'?
This week we have hand picked some of the very best deals the internet has to offer on video games. Sony has been going on a mad one this week by dropping the annual subscription price of PlayStation Now to £49.99 (from £84.99), and now they have decided to throw a sale on some of their first party games to make them dirt cheap. To make things that much sweeter for you PlayStation gamers out there, ShopTo currently have a sale on PlayStation Wallet cash. This means you buy PlayStation credit at a reduced rate, thereby making the sale price of the games even less than what is listed in the store!
12 months subscription of PlayStation Now (PS4) £49.99 @ PlayStation Store
Dishonored 2, World War Z, Fallout: New Vegas, Panzer Dragoon Orta & Felix the Reaper (Xbox One/PC) £1* for one month on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate @ Microsoft Store
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate & 6 months Spotify Premium (Xbox/PC) £1 for one month (new customers only) @ Microsoft Store
PlayStation Network Wallet Top-Up (£35) (PS4) £28.85 @ ShopTo
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan (PS4) £15.99 @ PlayStation Store
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Digital Edition (PS4) £9.99 @ PlayStation Store
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition (PS4) £34.99 (£30.49 with PS Plus) @ PlayStation Store
As it’s the beginning of the month, Microsoft have added a number of new games to their Xbox Game Pass catalogue. Dishonored 2, World War Z and Fallout: New Vegas are some of their hottest additions, but if you haven’t already signed up for their one-month subscription for just £1, maybe some of the games in their library will sway you. You’ll also get six months of Spotify Premium for free if you do it soon, which saves you around £60.
This week has been heavy on console deals for a change so if you happen to own both a PlayStation 4 and an Xbox One, you’ll be kicking off October with the best of both worlds… and a lot of free games! Lock those deals into your basket and get playing!
We’ve got a spicy list of deals for all you gamers out there looking for a bargain. Epic continue to give out free games for PC users, this week we’ve got Minit, a peculiar little adventure played sixty seconds at a time. If you happen to have an Amazon Prime account, be sure to link it to Twitch.tv to unlock your free games for the month. Finishing our list of PC games, we’ve included Devil May Cry 3 and Civilization VI, two very different titles but they are some of the best games in their respective genres.
Minit (PC) Free @ Epic Games Store
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition (PS4) $14.99 @ PlayStation Store
Rocket League (PS4) $9.99 @ PlayStation Store
Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition (PC) $5 @ Steam Store
Sid Meier's Civilization VI - Digital Deluxe (PC) $19.99 @ Steam
Adam Wolfe, The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Deadlight: Director’s Cut, Serial Cleaner (PC) Free @ Twitch Prime
Unravel 2 (PS4) $4.99 @ PlayStation Store
Sony are running a huge sale until October 15th, called Games of a Generation, where they’re offering up to 50% off some of the best titles to release on PS4. We’ve handpicked some of our favorites above, but it’s certainly worth taking a look at their store page too. Steam also has a Devil May Cry promotion, offering 34% off Devil May Cry 5 and 60% off Devil May Cry 4, as well as discounts on costume packs.
We’re looking forward to spending our weekend indoors playing video games. We wish you a relaxing couple of days with these awesome titles!
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