40% off Selected Games Using a Code at NewEgg

40% off Selected Games Using a Code at NewEgg

Ends Thursday, October 19th.

Over at NewEgg this week, you can pick up a nice 40% discount on selected games when you enter a code at checkout.

The sale range includes games for PC, Xbox One, PS4 and ranges from some classics like Resident Evil 4 all the way to Destiny 2.

So yes, this code means you can get a copy of Destiny 2 for $35.99 if you wanted. That ain't half bad. Some other highlights include Injustice 2, Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition, Overwatch Game of the Year Edition, and NBA 2K17.

If you want to grab a bargain, check out the sale through the link below, and be sure to add the code EMCBRBD25 during checkout to get your 40% off.

40% off selected games using code EMCBRBD25 from NewEgg

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. See our terms & conditions.

Jamie Wallace

Contributor

Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

Related articles

What's Your Favorite Nintendo 3DS Game?

COMMUNITY QUESTION | Now that the 3DS is officially no more, let's reminisce about our favorites on the portable platform.

What Game Are You Playing This Weekend?

COMMUNITY QUESTION | Tell us about what you're currently playing.

What's the Best Sports Game Ever Made?

COMMUNITY QUESTION | It's sports sim season, and we even have a new Tony Hawk game.

Who's Your Favorite RPG Companion?

COMMUNITY QUESTION | Who's your best friend 'til the end?

You may also like

Suikoden 2's Side Story Turns 20 Today, And So Does One of the Best Game Intros Ever Made

Happy 20th birthday to Suikogaiden, the blessed source of one of gaming's last anime attract modes.

Marvel's Spider-Man PS5 Remaster Won't Let You Transfer Over Your PS4 Save

Your old Spidey save won't make the trek over to PS5.

Starting Screen | Microsoft's Bethesda Acquisition Corners the Market on Legacy RPG Studios

ZeniMax Media, which includes Bethesda's studios, has been bought by Microsoft. What now?