The Best Deals From Harvey Norman’s Big Games Sale

Harvey isn’t usually the first retailer gamers go to for a bargain. But every now and again HN throws up a deal worth looking at. Like this one.

The prices are all listed on the Harvey Norman website, and that’s probably the best avenue to go through if you want to guarantee a bargain. Most of the discounts are on console games, but there’s the odd offer on PC titles.

For ease of use, games below are listed from cheapest to most expensive.

Fallout 4 (PS4): $20
Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (PS4/XBO): $20
Dishonored 2 (PS4/XBO): $20
Battlefield 1 (PC): $20, $30 for PS4/XBO
Mafia 3 (PS4/XBO): $20
Watch Dogs 2 (PS4/XBO): $20
Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain (XBO): $30
Skyrim Special Edition (PS4/XBO): $30
Injustice 2 (PS4/XBO): $30
Destiny 2 (Pre-order): $59

Pretty good mix of offerings around the $20 mark. Battlefield 1 will be a good buy at that price, although Watch Dogs 2 and Dishonored 2 are absolute steals for those who haven’t played them already. And even though it’s a pre-order, that’s not a bad deal for Destiny 2 on PC. (If you want it on console, you’ll have to pay an extra $10.)

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