The latest Call of Duty – you know, the one to star Kit Harrington, the fella from that Game of Thrones show – is currently down to its lowest ever price on consoles. Amazon UK will now sell you its own exclusive edition of the game on Xbox One or PS4 for just £14.99 while stock lasts.
If you missed it at launch or during one of the many sales over the past couple of months, you’re in luck – Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is currently down to its lowest price yet of $20.49 right now on PS4, thanks To Amazon US’s Prime member discount. The Xbox One version is also available, priced at $24.99.
For those of you who have been eyeing up a copy of the Legacy Edition of Infinite Warfare purely to get your hands on a copy of that Call of Duty Modern Warfare remastered edition, you can currently pick up a copy on Xbox One or PS4 for the lowest price yet of £44.99. Sure, it’s not a bargain basement price yet but it’s getting there slowly.
Last year’s soldiers-in-space shooter Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is down to its lowest price yet. It’s available for only £17.85 for the next few hours, over at TheGameCollection. That is, while Xbox One and PS4 stock lasts, which I wouldn’t guarantee. If you haven’t picked this up yet, you may wanna head over there now.
It’s fresh off the production line and still doing the rounds on launch-window internet streams, but Call of Duty Infinite Warfare has fallen to a new lowest price over at SimplyGames. You can pick up an Xbox One or PS4 copy of the game for just £31.99 at the moment, while stocks last.
If dragon hunting is your kind of thing and you prefer your games to be massive and multiplayer, you may be interested to know that the Humble Store is hosting an Elder Scrolls Online sale this weekend only, with up to 67% off some editions of the game. We’ve got some highlights right here in this post, so do read on, won’t you?
This weekend, you can get your hands on almost every Resident Evil game you could want on PC, with up to 79% off thanks to the Humble Store’s weekend-long sale. This means you can pick up this year’s fantastic Resident Evil 7 for £29.99 or delve deep into the history of the series with Resi 4 for £5.24 or the original’s HD Remaster for £7.99.
At Amazon UK right now, you can pick up some absolute bargains by taking advantage of the sites current vouchers for discounts off of video games and tech. Combine this with a Prime membership and you can get an extra £2 off pre-orders, making games like Prey cheaper than ever. Here’s a list of codes and highlights.
The somewhat strangely titled new entry into the COD franchise, Call of Duty: WWII, sees the series returning to its roots somewhat and giving players the chance to play through a brand new story set during the days of World War II. Details are scarce right now, but we’ve still got a roundup of the best pre-order prices for Call of Duty: WWII right here.