Today is Nintendo Switch launch day so I absolutely don’t blame you if you have limited time to read things on the internet - with that in mind, we’ve got a whole batch of the week’s best gaming deals to check out, so if you’re lend me your eyes for a second, we can have a look at those. Let’s begin.
The Jelly Deals Newsletter
At Jelly Deals, we post deals every single day, as and when they show up on the internet. Along with the main site, we have Twitter and Facebook accounts to help you stay up to date. If, however, you’d prefer us to just bring the deals directly to you, we can do that now, too since we’ve just launched the Jelly Deals Daily Deals Newsletter this week.
If you’d like, you can sign up and we’ll email you once a day (and never more) through the week to let you know each day’s best deals. We don’t do anything silly with your email address or pass your details onto anyone else (ever), by the way, just the once-a-day deals thing. If you don’t fancy it, that’s okay too.
Last week, EA discounted a whole bunch of its games on the PlayStation Network (those discounts were, last I checked, still available on PSN by the way) and this week, has followed up by dropping the prices of the same games over on the Xbox One. So, if you’d like to pick up a copy of Titanfall 2 (hint: you do), FIFA 17, Dragon Age Inquisition or Mirror’s Edge Cataylst, among others, for extra cheap, head on over to Xbox Live.
Here are some highlights from EA's Xbox Live sale:
- Titanfall 2 for £22 / $24
- Mirror's Edge Catalyst for £12 / $8
- FIFA 17 for £18.15 / $19.80
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 for £7 / $8
- Dragon Age Inquisition Game of the Year Edition for £8.25 / $13.20
- Battlefield 1 for £27.50 / $30
- Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 Deluxe Bundle for £39.60 / $49.50
Conveniently timed to show up around the same time that the latest Alien Covenant trailer popped online, you can head over to Bundle Stars at the moment and pick up a PC copy of Alien Isolation along with all of its DLC for the crazy low price of £6.29 / $8.99 right now. You’ll get a Steam key for your troubles along with nightmares for weeks.
It’s 2017, which means you’ve probably already sold all the plastic guitars you had stocked up from old rhythm games. Why not go ahead and get the most complicated plastic guitar controller there is? Guitar Hero Live is down to $19.99 over at Best Buy on PS4, Xbox One and even Wii U, for some reason.
For about the tenth time, I’m here to tell you that Doom was tremendous. So hey, Doom was tremendous. If you never played it, grab yourself a PC copy while it’s down to $19.79 at GameStop US.
Just in time for the Game of the Year edition to make this original version out of date, GameStop US is offering copies of Dark Souls 3 on PS4 and Xbox One for a mere $19.99. If you’re not all that concerned with getting the version that comes with all the DLC, this one is a bit of a steal.
Hitman’s entire first season was pressed to disc earlier this year and sold in a fancy Steelbook case. That fancy edition is currently down to $39.99 on Xbox One and PS4 right now at Amazon US, so if you’re the type to enjoy physical editions of great games, you may just want to check this one out.
With that, we’re done for another week. Keep in mind that deals, prices and availability can change at the drop of a hat, so apologies if you miss out on something you wanted. I’ll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the world wide web for more deals. Feel free to visit, or follow us on Twitter and give us a like on Facebook.