The Week’s Best Video Game Deals

These days there are so many video game sales at so many retailers that it’s almost impossible to keep track of them all. To help you sort through the savings, we’ve compiled all the week’s best deals into one handy guide. If you’re looking for new PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, or PC games to play but you don’t want to part with a bunch of cash, read on.

Multiplatform

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Newegg has lots of fantastic newer games on sale for 25% off–just make sure you enter promo code EMCPUEU83 at checkout. Best Buy has a number of deals on games for all platforms, plus savings on Xbox One hardware. GameStop’s weekly deals are also live now, so you can save money on an Xbox One S or get a handful of big games for half price.

Bethesda announced its newest game this week, and Rage 2 pre-orders are already live at a couple of retailers. Here are the pre-order bonuses you can expect to get if you lock in your pre-order now.

And last but not least, Rainbow Six Siege is free to play this weekend on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Nintendo Switch

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There’s not a whole lot going on in the world of Nintendo Switch, but this week’s Eshop sale is actually decent for a change.

Xbox One

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But if you’re looking for a great deal on a 4K console, you won’t find a better one than this: Rakuten is selling Xbox One X for $400 (just make sure to enter the promo code at checkout). Also, the Xbox One Store has some great digital game deals going on right now.

PlayStation 4

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The new weekly PlayStation Store sale is now live, featuring deals on big games like Grand Theft Auto V and indie gems like Undertale.

PC

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The Witcher series, including expansions, is on sale right now for PC gamers. You can get the whole thing for $24, or buy the games piecemeal if you already own some of them. And the latest Humble Bundle is all about multiplayer games, so gather your friends together and get playing.

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Author: Chris Reed

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