Attention gamers! There are currently a bunch of online video game deals in Australia that are well worth checking out. Here are ten that caught out eye – from 97% off select PC games at Fanatical to addictive Android games slashed by 100%.
1. 30% off Spider-Man on PS4: Amazon is currently selling the PlayStation 4 game Spider-Man for $69; a web-tastic 30% off the RRP. Click here!
2. Half-price at EB Games: EB Games is throwing a 50% off sale on gaming and pop culature products. Click here to get stuck in!
3. $200 off Razer’s Gaming Phone at JB Hi-Fi, down from $1099 to $899. Stock is limited so get in quick! Click here!
4. Free PlayStation Plus games: Sony has announced its free PlayStation Plus games for September. This month’s freebies include Destiny 2 and God of War III Remastered. Click here to see the rest!
5. 97% off PC games: PC games site Fanatical has released another Spotlight Bundle. The deal includes eight Steam games and 2 DLC packs for just $3.75 (down from $149.80!) Click here!
6. Free Overwatch Golden Loot Box: You can currently score a free Overwatch Golden Loot Box over at Twitch/Amazon Prime. Click here for details!
7. Free Android gaming apps: There’s a bunch of free Android games and apps on the Google Play Store at the moment including a swag of games. If you have the storage space you could save hundreds of dollars! Here are some highlights, courtesy of OzBargain.
8. Humble Store Summer Sale: Just because the Northern hemisphere’s seasons don’t match our own doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a Summer Sale that has 60% off The Witcher 3 and 34% off Hollow Knight among other hefty discounts.
9. Free Battlefield 4 Premium Pack: If you own Battlefield 4 already, you can upgrade to premium for free – usually $39.99. Click here!
10. 98% off Unity Game Dev bundles: The Complete Unity Game Developer Bundle can turn your gaming idea into a real, playable product. It’s on sale today over at Kotaku – with up to 94% off! Click here for more info.
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