Weekend PC Game Deals This is where the best gaming deals on the internet are gathered in one place, every week, for your consumption. So kick back, relax and hold on to your wallets.
Kicking off our special with a game pack again, Humble released the Seven Deadly Sims Collection this week. As the name suggests, this set contains seven simulation-related games, which arrive divided in the standard three-tier format.
Just deposit $ 1 to get a copy of the mash-up title Bridge Builders Portal. Going for the mid-price tier will set you back around $ 10 at the moment and fill your library with copies of theHunter: Call of the Wild, Total Tank Simulator, and Police stories.
Heading to the last level costs $ 12 in total, and on top of all the previous games you also get Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, Lobotomy Corporation, and Tank Mechanic Simulator. This batch is expected to end on September 1st. Expect a drop in new batches from Humble in the next three weeks or so, as the store is now in the middle of a summer sale.
Epic Games Store is back to give double gifts and replace Rebel galaxy, copies of Void Bastards and Yooka-Laylee landed this week.
Void Bastards features a first-person shooter and roguelike combo where you board spaceships to loot resources, but dying for the crew means starting over as a newly rehydrated prisoner. During this time, Yooka-Laylee is an open-world 3D platformer game created by former developers of Rare, where you as a chameleon and a bat face off against a greedy force that tries to make a profit from the books.
The two indies are yours until August 26th, and on the same day, Epic Games will be putting together the resource management puzzle. Automaton as the next gift.
The Elder Scrolls Online is hosting another free event, this time to celebrate QuakeCon. It gives you access to the MMORPG version of Tamriel to explore and level up through August 30. Plus, if an alpha game is right for you, the Space Travel and Trade Simulation Citizen of the stars is currently running a free flight event offering six free ships.
Below is our list of highlights from this weekend, and it’s an interesting mix, containing EA games, Lord of the Rings titles, a wide range of indies, VR experiences, and Moreover :
GOG is hosting their own gaming festival over the next couple of weeks with store-wide discounts, and you can find a small selection of highlights below. Also, Quake II RTX is free to claim on the DRM-free store, which is a slice of the original experience with additional ray tracing effects.
Keep in mind that the availability and prices of some offers may vary by region.
That’s it for our pick of PC gaming deals this weekend, and I hope some of you are holding back enough that you don’t continue to add to your ever-growing backlog. As always, there is a huge amount of other offers ready and waiting on the interwebs as well as in the services that you can already subscribe to if you browse them, so keep your eyes peeled for these and have a great week. -end.
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