Sales - PS Plus, Nintendo Switch, Steam, & Humble Bundle
Today, several platforms released deals all across the gaming universe. From the Switch to the PC, prices have been cut on several big title games such as Super Mario Odyssey and Dark Souls III.
PS4 is at the top of the list with the most deals. Recently ending their Playstation Essential Sale, Sony decided to chop the prices on their PS Plus Special sale. Below is a list of three platforms that the deal is affecting.
Absolver - $18.00 ($30.00)
BlazBlue: Central Fiction - $30.00 ($60.00)
Call of Duty WWII + Destiny 2 Bundle - $77.00 ($110.00)
Disc Jam - $9.00 ($15.00)
Dragon Age: Inquisition Game of the Year Edition - $20.00 ($40.00)
The Escapist 2 - $16.00 ($20.00)
Guilty Gear Xrd: Rev 2 - $20.00 ($40.00)
Homefront Revolution -$9.00 ($30.00)
Madden NFL 18: GOAT Super Bowl Edition - $18.00 ($60.00)
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite - $30.00 ($60.00)
NBA Live 18: The One Edition - $7.49 ($30.00)
Need for Speed: Payback - $30.00 ($60.00)
NHL 18 - $18.00 ($60.00)
Samurai Shodown V Special - $9.00 ($15.00)
The Sims 4 - $30.00 ($50.00)
Tumblestone - $7.49 ($25.00)
BlazBlue: Central Fiction - $25.00 ($50.00)
Demon’s Souls - $10.00 ($20.00)
FIFA 18: Legacy Edition - $27.00 ($60.00)
R-Type Dimensions - $3.00 ($10.00)
The PS Plus Special Sale is said to only last until February 6th, 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. With only three days, be sure to grab any of the games that interest you.
Nintendo launches a second surprise sale on the Switch, this time on Amazon. Offering up Super Mario Odyssey, one of the games that have received a 10/10 rating by IGN with a small markdown. A couple of other hard-hitting titles are on sale as well.
Super Mario Odyssey - $48.66 ($59.99)
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle - $45.88 ($59.99)
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - $53.54 ($59.99)
Fire Emblem Warriors Special Edition - $49.00 ($79.99)
In addition to all the deals out today, subscribers also got a new Humble Monthly bundle that offers a real treat. Dark Souls III with the Tears of Ariandel DLC is this month's early unlocks. For only $12.00, subscribers could play both, whereas at regular price, Tears of Ariandel costs $14.99 by itself. Not only will subscribers receive these two games for a large chunk less, but any games that come out at the end of the month as well for no extra cost.
Don’t forget about the Steam Weekend Sale that is slated to end on Monday, February 5th at 10 AM PT. Their deals include a free weekend of playing Fallout 4, and 50 percent off the game itself. The Telltale series sale is included as well, with all games ranging from 40 to 83 percent off.