Weekly Deals Roundup
What are ya buyin’?
To kick off our deals, we are taking a look at two games in particular that are receiving big content updates this week: No Man’s Sky and Dead Cells.
No Man’s Sky: Beyond finally brings VR and multiplayer support to Hello Games opus. There’s also another big, free update for Dead Cells that introduces more enemies, more weapons and – of course – more mutations.
Jackbox Party 2019 Bundle: You Don’t Know Jack Vol. 1 XL, YDKJ Television, YDKJ Movies, YDKJ Sports, YDKJ Vol. 6 The Lost Gold, YDKJ HEADRUSH (PC) £0.83 @ Humble Bundle
Metro 2033 Redux (Xbox One) £2.79 @ CDKeys
Dead Cells (PC) £14.73 @ Steam
Robinson: The Journey (PS4 – PSVR Required) £5.79 @ PlayStation Store
No Man’s Sky (PC) £20.00 @ Green Man Gaming
Dark Souls Trilogy (including all DLCs) (PS4/Xbox One) £32.99 @ Argos
Nintendo Switch Online 12 month membership (Switch) £14.85 @ ShopTo
Humble Bundle usually have great bundles but the Jackbox Party bundle is a particularly good deal. We already mentioned the 83p bundle above, but you can upgrade to one of the higher tiers to get the remaining You Don’t Know Jack volumes, as well as all of the Jackbox Party Packs for just £12.41.
Switch owners who want some online action with the new Switch Online service can get a healthy discount on their full year subscription this week via ShopTo. The Family membership and 3 month membership also have significant discounts.
We’ve included something for everyone in our deals this week. Our personal favourite is the Dark Souls Trilogy, the cheapest way to get Dark Souls: Remastered and Dark Souls III. We might have to spend our weekend getting dead once again!
There are some amazing deals for American bargain-hunters too – especially for PC gamers: Epic Games Store continues to flash their cash by giving away free copies of Hyper Light Drifter and Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, and there are also dirt cheap copies of Rockstar’s GTA V and Max Payne 3, which both have amazing single player campaigns.
Forza fans will want to pick up the complete set of DLC while it’s still available, as there are rumours suggesting Forza Motorsport 6 and the accompanying DLC will be pulled from the digital store.
Hyper Light Drifter & Mutant Year Zero (PC) Free @ Epic Game Store
Vampyr (PS4) $14.99 @ PlayStation Store
Forza Motorsport 6 Complete Add-Ons Collection (Xbox One) $4.99 @ Microsoft Store
GRIS (PC) $10.19 @ Steam
Battlefield V (PC) $23.99 @ Origin
Max Payne 3: The Complete Edition (PC) $5.27 @ Voidu
Grand Theft Auto V 5 (GTA 5): Premium Online Edition PC (PC) $14.69 @ CDKeys
And that’s it for this week’s deals! Even if you don’t have any money to spend, make sure you check out Hyper Light Drifter, which we can safely say is one of the best action-RPGs ever – and there’s no better price than free, right?
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