Another week, another round of excellent game deals. This week FPS fans have a lot to be excited about, with both Wolfenstein 2 and Overwatch receiving price cuts. Two of the best shooters in recent years, if you’ve been holding out on picking up these great games, then now is as good a time as any.
An Xbox One X deal is also offering price cuts on a whole bunch of terrific Xbox One X Enhanced games, while PC gamers will be pleased to hear that a bunch of games have gone free-to-play as part of Steam’s Spring Cleaning event. Check out all of the best game deals below:
Wolfenstein 2: The New Order
Wolfenstein 2 is available for $29.99 on Amazon, a big price drop that should see a whole bunch of people jumping on Bethesda’s excellent FPS. Tasking players with fighting back against the Nazis in an alternate history where Germany occupied the US following World War 2, Wolfenstein 2 received critical acclaim upon its release, and if you haven’t played it yet then this is the perfect opportunity to do so.
Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition
Overwatch has remained pretty pricey on consoles, with Blizzard’s class-based FPS continuing to go strong as a result of its die-hard community. Now only $19.99 on Amazon, the Game of the Year Edition equips you with 10 loot boxes right out of the gate, along with original skins for its heroes.
Xbox One X – $20 off Enhanced Games
If you’re interested in picking up an Xbox One X, this deal will save you some cash on one of its games. Xbox One X Enhanced games take full advantage of the console’s 4K/HDR capabilities, and this deal includes the likes of Monster Hunter World, Far Cry 5, and many more triple-A releases.
More Game Deals
- SADES Gaming Headset – $19.19
- Guns of Icarus Alliance – FREE
- Cities: Skylines, Dead By Daylight, and More – Free-to-Play (Limited Time Only)
- The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition – $19.99
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