Best PC gaming deals of the week


We look in shame upon the mound of empty chocolate packaging that suggests a break well-spent. We see the rows of eggs on store shelves practically being given away to clear space for whatever seasonal tat comes next. Yes, Easter for us may have been and gone but in the world of retail any holiday lasts thrice as long for the chance to squeeze out an extra purchase or two.

So, just before the sales come to a close, here are some of the week’s best deals in the world of gaming, tech and more.

UK & US Deals


Just when you think we’ve reached the breaking point of digital storefronts another one comes along nudging its way into the party. Now, it’s gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer’s turn, and they’ve opened the doors with some strong offers.

Not only can you get 15% off any game as your first purchase with the code ‘RGSLAUNCH15’, but if that game is either Far Cry 5, Ni no Kuni 2, Assassin’s Creed Origins or Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, you also get a £10 Razer Game Store Voucher, a £10 Razer hardware voucher and double the amount of their magical loyalty currency zSliver.

In terms of numbers, that’s Far Cry 5 for £38.24, Ni no Kuni 2 for £38.24, Assassin’s Creed Origins for £24.22 and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus for £13.60. If none of those interest you there’s a whole library to browse and the code even works on pre-orders.

15% off your first purchase of any title at the Razer Game Store


There’s another Weekly Sale happening over at GOG with up to 90% off titles such as Rogue Legacy, Iconoclasts, A Hat in Time and SteamWorld Dig 2. The first two Oddworld games are there for about a quid each too which is just silly.

Up to 90% off in the GOG Weekly Sale


This War of Mine is easily one of the most harrowing gaming experiences I’ve ever had: just one single run left me so emotionally exhausted yet also completely fulfilled that I’ve never been able to go back to it. There’s nothing that could live up to the story of my initial group of survivors. If you’ve not had the chance to play this stark war-torn survival sim yet, it’s free to play until the end of the week and available to buy for 70% off.

This War of Mine for free on Steam

UK Deals


Upgrading to an SSD is undoubtedly one of the best value for money upgrades you can make to your PC. Windows boot times and game load times are so vastly improved you’ll struggle to think how you survived before then. Just think of all the seconds you’ll save for more gaming time.

LiteOn 2.5″ 480GB SSD for £84.92 from Ebuyer


Here’s a gaming headset that can do everything: whether you’re on PC, jumping on a console or want to take it on the road with your Switch. Comfortable and offering high-quality audio too, this is an excellent all-round headset for the price.

Steelseries Arctis 3 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset for £64.99 from Overclockers UK


The Nintendo Switch has had a belter of a first year and things only look set to continue in the same way through 2018. With the console’s limited in-built storage, you want a bulky SD card for all the big budget games and barrage of indies being ported over to the device. 200GB should suffice – at least for now.

SanDisk 200GB MicroSD card for £55.99 from Amazon UK

US Deals


Sledgehammer’s latest run at military FPS behemoth takes the series back to its roots with Call of Duty: WW2. Hey, great, we get to do that bit with the D-Day landing in Normandy again.

Call of Duty: WW2 on PC for $39.99 from Amazon US


For an all-round gaming headset to use on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and more, the Tritton Kama is a solid budget option at just $21.99.

Tritton Kama multi-platform gaming headset for $21.99 from Amazon US


While the idea of Spring is yet to reach us over in the UK, Microsoft is well on board with the season in the US and has launched the Xbox Live Spring Sale. Discounts of up to 67% are available on games including Star Wars Battlefront 2, Assassin’s Creed Origins and Cuphead. Xbox Live Gold members get an extra 10% off too!

Up to 67% off digital titles in the Xbox Live Spring Sale


Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is an excellent spin-off to Arkane’s steathy stab-em-up sequel. With a bit of voucher code trickery you can get a copy of the game for just $9.99. Just throw the code ‘EMCPTPU59’ in the basket.

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider on PC for $9.99 from Newegg

And that’s another week of deals in the bag. We try to keep everything up to date but prices and availability can change when our backs are turned so sorry if a deal has expired when you look into it. You can catch us over at Jelly Deals for all the latest deals on the web. Feel free to visit, or follow us on Twitter and give us a like on Facebook.

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  1. Matchstick says:

    It’s an “impressive” start for the Razer store where they can’t even show the correct price for Assassins Creed Origins on their Razer Exclusives page

    Shows (as of 11:50) as £27.99 but is actually £28.49
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  2. Ooops says:

    I know RPS had an article specifically about it earlier, but I thought it was worth repeating it in a “best deals” article: Crusader Kings II is currently free and yours to keep forever on Steam if you grab it this week-end.

  3. GoatForSale says:

    Crusader Kings II is free on steam right now.

    link to

    • Nauallis says:

      Well, that’s cheaper than incest and patricide.

      How much for your goat?

  4. Freud says:

    Metro Last Light Redux is €3.99 on Steam.

  5. Stromko says:

    Gotta pipe in again about the Arctis 7 headset. It’s the most uncomfortable thing I ever put on my head.

    If you’re a reptiloid and don’t have ear cartilage, it’s great, but the fact that the default ear cups it comes with let the speakers rest directly against your ears will become painful after the first half hour, with the pain settling in faster and becoming more intense with every session.

    I also found the sound really mediocre. I had to manually set it to music mode to have decent music, game mode for decent gaming, etc. Most other audio devices I’d had, even those that also had 7.1 sound, offered a default setting that worked adequately for whatever. For the price, the Arctis 7 should have an adequate ‘whatever’ mode.

  6. Marclev says:

    What is the game in the article’s main screenshot?