Best PC gaming deals of the week

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After all the madness that was Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s only natural that we’d be in the middle of a bit of a deals lull – in a purgatory-like state between the end of the Black Friday sales and the beginning of the Christmas sales. That being said, there’s still a handful of very nice offers out there, so let’s return to our regular scheduled programming with this week’s best PC gaming deals. This one will be brief.

As usual, we’ve got deals that’ll work in the UK, deals that’ll work in the US and some deals that will work in both the UK and US, as well as presumably many other places. Let’s get started.

UK & US Deals

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The very latest batch of Humble Monthly games is live right now and this month’s offerings are quite a big deal. Signing up to the Humble Monthly this month for $12 / £10 will get you copies of Quantum Break, The Long Dark and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 3, along with a stack of games headed your way once the month is done. This one is hard to pass up.

Quantum Break, The Long Dark and Dawn of War 3 for $12 / £10 with Humble Monthly

Humble Racing Codemasters

Humble’s latest bundle is a big celebration of the best racing titles from racing game specialists, Codemasters, including F1 2017, Dirt, Grid and more.

Pay what you want
F1 Race Stars
F1 2011
F1 2012
Toy Box Turbos

Pay more than the average
Grid 2
F1 2014
F1 2015
F1 Race Stars Season Pass
60% off Dirt 4 coupon
40% off F1 2017 coupon

Pay $15 or more
Micro Machines World Series
F1 2016
Dirt Rally

All that, plus a bunch of car-based DLC packs thrown in at various levels.

Pay what you want for the Humble Codemasters Racing Bundle

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Over at GOG this week, the site’s weekly sale is in full swing and features titles from all walks of life. The Broken Sword franchise, Cannon Fodder, Sensible Soccer, Shadowrun Returns, Oddworld: New N Tasty and more, all with up to 80% off right now.

Up to 80% off in GOG Weekly Sale

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World of Final Fantasy very rarely sees a discount so it’s nice to see that you can head to Green Man Gaming at the moment and pick up the Steam version for £25.49 / $35.99, its cheapest price so far.

World of Final Fantasy on PC (Steam) for £25.49 / $35.99 from Green Man Gaming

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The folks over at Fanatical have gathered up all the games called ‘Doom’ they could find and are offering it up in a big bundle which also brings the 2016 Doom (which is excellent, by the way) down to its cheapest ever price – an appropriate £6.66.

Doom bundle for up to £13.84 from Fanatical

UK Deals

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If you’re after more storage for whatever you’re keeping stored, you can save some cash on some Seagate Backup Plus drives in either 4TB or 5TB models right now. The 4TB will run you £96 while the 5TB comes in at £122.

Seagate Backup Plus 4TB drives for £95.99 from Amazon UK
Seagate Backup Plus 5TB drives for £121.99 from Amazon UK

US Deals

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This week, Amazon announced that all of its Alexa-enabled devices (Echo, Dot, etc) can now interact with your Destiny 2 save, meaning you’ll be able to equip weapons and learn more of the game’s backstory by asking Alexa about it. On top of that, the site also announced a limited edition Alexa-enabled Ghost replica speaker, which connects to your device and allows the Ghost’s voice to speak through it. If that’s your kind of thing, you can pre-order one now.

Limited Edition Destiny 2 Ghost Speaker for $89.99 from Amazon US

With that, we’re done for another week. Keep in mind that deals, prices and availability can change at the drop of a hat, so apologies if you miss out on something you wanted. I’ll be over at Jelly Deals, scouring the world wide web for more deals. Feel free to visit, or follow us on Twitter and give us a like on Facebook.

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10 Comments

  1. durrbluh says:

    For the DOOM package, I believe that’s 66.6% off, not 6.66 britbucks.

  2. Phantom_Renegade says:

    I know a lot of people shit on Quantum Break for being a so-so shooter.

    But, what they’ve done with the story stuff is incredible. And combat really is a ton of fun, mixing it up with powers. Sure, snipers on the map are incredibly cheap bullshit. But that’s where strategic planning comes in. Checkpoints are mostly very generous in that regard, so you never lose that much progress, really respects players in that regard.

    Seriously, for this price? It’s a damn steal. Story beats are interesting, the idea of there being a short tv episode after every mission, which changes depends on choices you made? Fantastic. Check it out. Especially at this price.

  3. Pizzzahut says:

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  4. malkav11 says:

    World of Final Fantasy released slightly under two weeks ago (at least on PC), so it hasn’t exactly had a lot of chances to be discounted.

  5. tehfish says:

    Might be worth mentioning the Yogscast Jingle Jam yearly humble bundle.

    link to humblebundle.com

    Have been getting these for several years running. They usually end up with a fair few decent games and all proceeds go to charity :)

  6. WCG says:

    Any suggestions for a good deal on a gaming mouse (wired, please)? I was too late for that great deal at Best Buy which was suggested here awhile back (the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury for $20). They were out of stock when I tried to order one.

    It’s no big deal, but the wheel on my old Logitech gaming mouse doesn’t work very well these days. And it’s never been very useful when I’m supposed to press the wheel as a third button.

    • tehfish says:

      I’d have to go generic here, but go for one with re-mappable buttons (example: the Razer Naga series emulate a keyboard with the 1-= keys or the numpad grid, so as long as your game does not hardcode keybindings*, you can use them)

      I brought said mouse for MMOs, now i’ve got used to it i can’t see how i’d go back to a regular mouse, even for regular games… Extra hardware keys are useful for almost every game ever released.

      *sadly this happens occasionally

      I’ve actually worn through two naga’s just from sheer usage. I cannot recommend them enough.

  7. Cederic says:

    I’m a little confused by the Humble Bundle. Why would you want F1 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 _and_ 2016? In 2017?

    Sure, if you’re a big fan then buy them as they come out, but it seems an odd selection to bundle together.

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