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It is all about the sales!

Underway at the moment, we have some considerable behemoths in the online key game - holding their sales. Whether you are looking for 40% off or even 100% off (I kid you not) if you are looking for a game, make sure to check out these sites.




Green Man Gaming


With a current rating of 4.6 out of 5 on Trustpilot, Green Man Gaming is relatively new to the online game codes arena and yet is coming on in leaps and bounds, offering everything from PC to console keys.


Earlier this week Green Man Gaming launched their summer sale, which will be running until the 03rd August. Whether you are looking for big-name blockbusters, indie titles or much loved franchises - they have something for everyone and have offers ranging from 20% to 90% (or more) off.


Some of my personal favourite offers are both Outlast and Outlast 2 are available for under £5 (each). With Outlast coming in at £1.86p with 88% off and Outlast 2 coming in at £3.81p with 84% off. Death Stranding at £43.99p with 20% off. And Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Ultimate (which usually retails at £95.99p) been available for £26.61p with 72% off.

Humble Bundle


Humble Bundle is a platform that when buying your key, offers you the option to donate a portion of the profits to charity. You choose the product. You select the amount to give (at no extra cost to you). And then you receive the key. It’s win-win all around.


At the moment you can get some fantastic deals, whether it be Influent, which is entirely free for the next few days. Or games like Silence of the Deep, We are the Dwarves and Rencounter which have 90% (or more) discounts against them. Some of my personal favourite offers are Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun been available for £5.24p (85% off), The Outer Worlds for £24.99p (50% off), Xcom 2 for £6.99p (80% off) and Spec Ops: The Line for £3.99p (80% off).


If you do decide to check out Humble Bundle, and wanted to donate to charity, please consider using this link here as it supports the charity Games Aid. Which is a registered charity that helps support disadvantaged and disabled young people and children. You can check full details about the charity here.

PlayStation Store


As a thank you to all PlayStation Plus subscribers, this week, everyone with an active subscription was credited with ten of their local currency, whether it be dollars or pounds.


In addition to their usual offers and discounts, there is a summer sale underway, with games from under £16 up to big brand names such as Resident Evil 3 (£28.99p), COD: Modern Warfare Battle Pass Edition (£56.24p) and Days Gone (£15.94p) having huge discounts.



Steam


Steam will need little to no introduction as it is one of the, if not the, most well-known PC game suppliers online. Whether they be 15% off or over 80% off, there are currently 1,595 games on sale this week.


Some of my favourite offers are BioShock: The Collection available for £9.99p, which is 75% off of its regular retail price. Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for £2.39p which is 85% off (and a personal favourite I have completed several times). And Vampyr for £11.24p which has 75% off.

Xbox’s Ultimate Game Sale


At the moment, no details have been confirmed on when this will take place. However, a vast Microsoft and Xbox sale is typically held in July each year and has done so since 2016. Could this be the first year we have one pop up in August? Either way, keep your eyes peeled!


While we're waiting though, you can also check out the Microsoft Summer Spotlight (here) for some up and coming games the team think you will love. Personally, I am excited to get hands-on with Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus and Rogue Company.

Whether it be loyalty rewards. Huge discounts. Or anything in between. A lot is going on out there at the moment fellow gamers. And there are some considerable savings to be made. Don’t be caught sleeping, if you get the time, jump in and have a look at what you can get your hands on. Who knows, you might be able to get that title you have wanted for a while on the cheap. If you can, go on and treat yourself.


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