Yeah, you read that right. For £19.99 right now, you can pick up a copy of the recently released survival horror title Prey on PS4 and get a free Prey-themed mug along with it. Free shipping, too, which ain’t bad.
If you happened to have missed out on one of the handful of ultrawide gaming monitor discounts during Prime Day this week, have no fear – you can still save £100 when picking up this 29-inch LG IPS Ultrawide monitor from Currys PC World, bringing the cost down to £169.97.
Ron Gilbert, the creator of such legendary adventure games as Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, returned to point-and-click adventure games in a big way with the release of Thimbleweed Park. The game is an X-Files-influenced detective mystery with a razor-sharp sense of humour, and it’s also today’s Humble Daily Deal, with 20% off bringing the price down to £12.39 / $15.99.
If you’ve been wanting an Xbox One for a while and the fact that there’s a new console out right now makes it harder to silence your impulse buying instinct, you may want to check out ShopTo’s current deal on an Xbox One S Minecraft bundle with either Dead Rising 4 or Gears or War 4, which is down to £199.85.
Argos has a bit of a stellar deal right now if you’ve ever considered getting one of Microsoft’s luxury Xbox One Elite controllers. If you head over to the Argos site today, you can grab the Elite controller for £99.99 along with your choice of a free Xbox One game to go with it – from a choice of Gears 4, Halo 5, Forza Horizon 3 or Dead Rising 4.
In one of the best value bundles we’ve seen in a long time, GAME is currently offering an Xbox One S 500GB console along with copies of both Battlefield 1 (as a digital download) and Gears of War 4, all together for £229.99. No word on how long this offer will last, though.
Right now, Amazon UK will sell you a 1TB Xbox One S console along with a copy of Gears of War 4 for the bizarrely low price of £249.99. At that price, it’s hard to go wrong, especially when the system comes with one of last year’s most exciting (and overlooked) games.