11 Video Game Deals You Need To Know About Today

11 Video Game Deals You Need To Know About Today
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G’day! Here are some cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers, including: EB Games game and loot clearance, free PC games from the Epic Store, PlayStation Store Easter Sale highlights, Amazon Australia’s bestseller game sale and more!

1. Get Transistor free: Transistor is a critically acclaimed action RPG for PC. It’s currently free over on the Epic Store. Click here!

2. Get The Witness free: Epic Games is also giving away the excellent first-person puzzle exploration game The Witness. (RRP: $40.99.) Click here!

3. Cheap Assassin’s Creed games: Fanatical has slashed the price of a bunch of Assassin’s Creed games for PC. Save up to 60%! Click here.

4. PlayStation Store Easter Sale: Sony has slashed a bunch of PlayStation games by up to 70%. Highlights include Far Cry 5 for $24.95, Last of Us Remastered for $17.95, Until Dawn for $17.95 and Witcher 3 GOTY Edition for $22.95. Click here so start browsing!

5. Gears Of War 4 for $4.69: CDKeys is selling Gears Of War 4 full game downloads on Xbox One and PC for just $4.69. Click here!

6. Amazon bestseller sale: Amazon has reduced the price of select bestselling video games, consoles and accessories with some titles going for just $5. Bargain! Click here.

7. 20% off LEGO: Earlier in the week, eBay was offering 15% off LEGO. That’s now been bumped up to 20%. Click here to see the deals!

8. EB Games 3-for-2 sale: EB Games is having a ‘Buy 2 Get 1 Free’ sale o video games, accessories and gaming loot. Click here!

9. Microsoft clearance sale: Microsoft has slashed 20% off a range of products on its eBay store including gaming laptops, consoles and video games. Click here!

10. $99 SNES Mini: Remember the Super Nintendo Mini? People were selling their kidneys to get these things a couple of years ago. They’re not back on Amazon for a very reasonable $99 – that’s like, less than $5 per inbuilt game. Click here!

11. Cheap NBN for nocturnal gaming: If you’re an online gamer you’ll need an NBN plan that remains reliably fast at night time. The following plans provide an average evening speed of at least 80Mbps – with some topping out in the high 90s. (Click on the table to learn more!)


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