PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, eShop, Steam and other online merchants have their compatible discounts.
Yesterday in the US, known families celebrated Thanksgiving Day. A day of tranquility and good food in good company and at home. Everything changes the following Friday start Christmas shopping and retailers take advantage of this important date to reduce many of its products: it is time to avalanches in stores. This phenomenon is not indifferent to the game, and from local shops offer significant promotions on consoles and software.
In this special, in particular, we wanted to gather the main shops buying computer games and electronic entertainment system. Steam , GOG , Origin , PlayStation Store , Store Xbox and Nintendo eShop leave these days some other reason make this wish that, for the price, you had not bought the game.
The best games of the moment. The most exclusive offers." Microsoft filed under this concise and clear slogan bids in Xbox Store for Black Friday. In fact, the event has already started days ago, although it is now, and until 30 November, when users will have the opportunity to acquire important releases as well as some other accessory for consoles. Among the productions we have Far Cry 4 for 20.00 euros, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for 35.00 euros, Rare Replay for 19.49 euros or Dishonored Definitive Edition by 16.00 euros; although there are other titles with a sale equal to or less striking. We finished with a pack of Xbox One and The LEGO Movie: The Videogame for 299.99 euros.
Since Sony has not wanted to be less and also announced a series of promotions for the whole weekend. From video games to products cut more off topic as varied garments and other products present in the store marketing Gear PlayStation . Meanwhile, fans of Call of Duty may be interested in purchasing a pack with PlayStation 4 already in the field of software, the. PlayStation Store presents titles bated breath to PS4 in recent years as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt by 34.00 euros, Dragon Age: Inquisition by 23.99, Driveclub by 9.74 euros, Infamous Second Son by 16.00 euros, etc.
"The Ciberofertas are here!". Nintendo launches this weekend for a daily promotion play 3DS and Wii U . For example, for this first day, which ends at midnight, the Big N has announced a 40% discount in Super Mario 3D World , The Wonderful 101 , Super Mario 3D Land and Z & Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros .
Traditional autumn offers on Steam coincide with Black Friday sales, but this year, as already proposed, arrive with an important novelty: the disappearance of the flash deals that allowed us to get some games for a limited time at knockdown prices. In this case, from November 25 to December 1, more than eight thousand Steam games remain intact their offers, which of course are irresistible.
With The Witcher 3 as a great protagonist, GOG mainly focuses its offerings in the saga of Geralt of Rivia, allowing us to buy his last great adventure for only 29.99 euros (first time is applied a discount of 50 percent), and its first major expansion, Hearts of Stone, by 8.89 euros. Also the role of Western classics are on sale, along with several sets of Warhammer and Star Trek.
Origin and Uplay
The digital store Electronic Arts includes all week discounts of up to 75 percent in much of its catalog, with interesting offerings like The Sims 4 for 24.97 euros, FIFA 16 for 35.97 euros, or outstanding Dragon Age: Inquisition for 14.98 euros to name a few. So-called "biggest deals of the year" ending in Origin this Sunday, November 29th. In this promotion also adds Uplay several desceutnso, among them are those that have to do with Assassin's Creed and The Crew .
Many digital stores, right? From retail stores have also opened their own these days for sale with lots of discounts on consoles, video games, etc. Among these establishments are located XtraLife , the website was updated a few hours ago with the titled as "criminals" offers, which have discounts on the price of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 ., shall have until November 30 but, remember, here yes no limit on stocks.