Update 05/07/2017: This one is back, albeit at a different retailer. Hitman’s first season is available for £19.99 from Argos on both Xbox One and PS4.
Original post 19/06/2017: One of the very best games to come out of 2016, Hitman from the newly-independent IO Interactive, is available on Xbox One and PS4 now for under £20. Specifically, you’re able to grab the fancy steel book edition of the entire first season of the game for £19.95 from TheGameCollection for the next few hours. Grab it while you can.
Whether or not you’re actually a Metroid fan, it’s hard to deny that the upcoming Samus Edition of Nintendo’s 3DS XL console is a bit of a looker. Half bronze, half burnt orange and all style. This thing is now available to pre-order for £179.99 / $199.99 and will likely sell out at launch or shortly after. Make a note if this is something that ticks boxes for you.
Right now, you can pick up a whole bunch of PlayStation downloadable games from 2K for almost nothing. Mafia, Bioshock, Borderlands, Evolve and XCOM are all represented across PS3, PS4 and Vita, and you can get them all for under $20. Keep in mind, these codes will only redeem on US PlayStation accounts, so you’ll either need to be living in one of these countries or have yourself a US account ready to go.
The Digital Zone sale range over at the PlayStation Store right now is offering up some nicely discounted downloadable games for your perusal. This means titles like the excellent twin-stick shooter Nex Machina, the moody and narrative-focused Firewatch, FMV horror The Bunker and the abject madness of Broforce are all discounted to well under £10.
Head to Ebuyer this week and you can grab yourself a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor with an IPS panel and G-Sync technology, all for £499.98. That’s a saving of £239.99 off the price of this one, which by the way is the Acer Predator XB271HK IPS gaming monitor if you were curious. Delivery is free, as well, which is a nice bonus.
GOG.com continues its weekly sale switcheroo with a brand new range of offers and price cuts on some of the finest PC gaming wares around. Specifically, this week you can grab Deus Ex Game of the Year Edition for £2.09 / $2.49, Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver for £1.19 / $1.49 and Sid Meier’s Covert Action for £1.19 / $1.49, among others.
To honour some of the recent BAFTA video game nominees for the year, Humble is gathering the lucky hopefuls together for a sale. This includes games like Oxenfree, ABZU, The Witness, Inside, No Man’s Sky and Hitman along with the beautiful and emotional That Dragon, Cancer. These are all discounted for a limited time, here are some highlights.
For a very limited time, you can pick up the complete first season of last year’s phenomenal Hitman for just £14.95. That’s an imported steelbook edition of the game too, you’ll get the box along with a code to redeem inside and some other goodies. While stock lasts, of course. This will redeem in any English language speaking country, by the way.