Best PC gaming deals of the week

Fanatical’s Sega Week sale includes recent big hits like Total War: Warhammer 2, underrated classics like Vanquish, and the colourful Dreamcast Collection. Mentioning the latter is really just an excuse to link this fabulous and new official Space Channel 5 print, but there are a bunch of great Sega games in there. There’s a bunch of other great deals in this post, too, so strap in.

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

Up to 90% off GOG Weekly Sale


This week’s batch of discounts offered up by GOG features a nice range of titles from both big publishers and indie devs alike. Among the rabble, you’ll find Dead Cells, Furi, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Fahrenheit, Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, Beyond Good and Evil, and more, with up to 90% off the range.

Build Your Own Telltale Games Bundle from Humble

telltale games

Humble’s giving you the chance to build your own bundle of some of Telltale Games’ offerings, including The Wolf Among Us, The Walking Dead, Tales from Monkey Island, Puzzle Agent, and more. The more games you add (up to five), the bigger discount you’ll be getting.

Warhammer Vermintide 2 on PC for £13.79 / $17.99 from Fanatical

Short, hairy, shirtless and madder than ever

Vermintide 2 might be the closest we’re going to get to a Left 4 Dead 3, at least any time soon – albeit with a lot fewer zombies and a lot more Skaven – and Fanatical is currently offering the game on PC with a nice discount. It’s down to £13.79 / $17.99 this week.

Sega Week sale at Fanatical

Sega Week Fanatical

Fanatical is celebrating Sega and its band of increasingly questionable mascots with its own publisher sale this week. For a limited time, you can pick up Vanquish, the Dreamcast Collection, Yakuza 0, Alien Isolation and more, all with up to 90% off.

Square Enix Publisher Week sale from Humble Store

Square Enix Week at Humble

Over at Humble, however, a different publisher is getting its own branded sale range – specifically, Square Enix. There, you’ll find up to 85% off everything from Life is Strange: Before the Storm and Final Fantasy to Deus Ex Mankind Divided and Rise of the Tomb Raider.

Dropmix Music Gaming System for £39.99 from GAME

Dropmix Music Gaming System for $29.99 with Prime from Amazon US


Harmonix’s card-based rhythm board game has reached a new lowest price, in one of the more alarming discounts this week. You can currently grab the game for £39.99 in the UK and $29.99 in the US while stock lasts.

Free games with Twitch Prime UK
Free games with Twitch Prime US

Observer Free Trial Twitch

As you may have spotted by now, Twitch is offering up a large range of games to Prime members absolutely free this month. The range includes Tacoma, Observer, Gonner, NeoGeo classics and more. To get your free games, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime and link your Twitch account.

The Escapists, A Hat in Time and Conan Exiles for £10 / $12 from Humble Monthly


Time for a brand new set of Humble Monthly games! This time around, dropping £10 / $12 will get you copies of A Hat in Time, The Escapists and Conan Exiles, alongside a stack of extra games that will head your way once the month is done.

UK Deals

LG 23MP68VQ 23-inch IPS monitor for £99.97 from LaptopsDirect

LG 23 inch monitor

If you’re after a decent PC monitor, whether it’s as a second (or third, if you’re that daring) for your current setup or just as a single screen that won’t break the bank, you can save £40 on this 23-inch IPS LG model this week.

Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB graphics card for £394.98 from Ebuyer

1070 Ti

Continuing the trend of graphics cards no longer being alarmingly insane prices, you can grab a 1070 Ti 8GB Geforce card from Palit for just shy of £395 this week.

US Deals

Frostpunk Victorian Edition on PC for $23.92 from Amazon US


Misery simulator Frostpunk is available in its Victorian Edition form for under $24 this week, if you enjoy stress and weirdly addictive games that you’ll spend countless hours with, despite it making you intensely sad.

Overwatch Tracer Nendoroid figurine for $33.73 from Amazon US

Overwatch Tracer Nendoroid Figure

The chibi Tracer Nendoroid figure is down to a new lowest price this week, with the help of a coupon code. The figure is available for $34.99 currently, but if you remember to click the little ‘add coupon’ button on the Amazon page, it’ll knock an extra buck and a bit off the price.

Up to 60% off Vinyl soundtracks from ThinkGeek

Vinyl ThinkGeek

ThinkGeek is having itself an up to 60% off sale on various video game and pop culture soundtracks on vinyl. Among the ranks, you’ll find everything from the 80s Transformers movie soundtrack to the stellar Undertale soundtrack.

Okay, 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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  1. Dodgy says:

    Still no prices in €. A bit disgraceful.

    • Whelp says:

      True, but dollar prices are often the same in euros anyway. GOG actually credit you with the difference; most sites seem to just convert the dollar prices to euros 1:1.

    • Nauallis says:

      Well, here I was drafting a stupidly obtuse answer for your seemingly obtuse unspoken question, but now I’ve learned that English is spoken by perhaps 50% of the adult population of the EU and is the official political language, despite the ironic fact that post-Brexit only two nations keep it as a national language (and not large nations either, Ireland and Malta). So… thanks for the impromptu impetus for a self-guided geo-political lesson. I guess we all have to draw the line somewhere.

  2. pidgey says:

    Hacknet is available for free from steam today, at least in the US

  3. Little_Crow says:

    At the other end of the monitor spectrum the curved 34″ Ultrawide Alienware AW3418DW is available for £800 direct from Dell.

    If you work for the UK emergency services or armed forces you can get a blue light card and get 20% off which makes it a relative steal

  4. klops says:

    I wonder what the next week’s best deals are going to be? A Humble Bundle offer, GOG offer, monitor from UK, some useless crap from Amazon and perhaps some Blurays? Harmonix music system!

    Aand after that? Hmmm… A Humble Bundle offer, GOG offer, a monitor/tv from UK, some useless crap from Amazon and yeah, let’s not forget Harmonix music system.

    After that? Well Humble Bundle of course, GOG and a monitor from UK. Perhaps Harmonix music system will be at its lowest?

  5. something says:

    As a matter of pedantry, I already buy everything with ‘up to 90% off’

    • A Gentleman and a Taffer says:

      Yeah, not a fan of that phrasing, which gaming seems particularly keen to keep pedalling – “Up to 90% off a list of 10 games where actually only one of them is 90% off”. Borderline false advertising.

      In fact I’ve just clicked through and yeah, not a single one of the games in GOGs list is above 80% off. Are they allowed to do that?

      • Nauallis says:

        Yep, GOG is technically a registered business in Cyprus (despite being owned by CD Projekt Red, which is Polish), and not beholden to the UK’s consumer protections for false advertisements. Not that I know what those are. Whole different kind of fun here in America.

  6. A Gentleman and a Taffer says:

    Can I just say on behalf, I think, of everyone who reads these pages: The Dropmix card-based rhythm board game is not a PC gaming deal and none of us will ever buy one even if it was 1p. I don’t know why it keeps appearing here! It’s only cheaper every week because, presumably, nobody buys it.

    Anyway, with that off my chest, I accidentally clicked “checkout with Prime” or some other hidden button on Amazon this week and am now an accidental owner of a Prime account for one month. Something I was a bit peeved about until I just saw it gives me Observer absolutely free! Been wanting to play that for ages! So thanks.

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