This Black Friday we’ve got some great deals for you PC gamers that should keep you busy during the holidays. Whether you’re looking for the classics or the latest blockbuster, there should be something here that will appeal to you.
Let’s start with this month’s big launch, Battlefield 2042. While the game is not yet officially released, you can already make a deal, if you know where to look. Luckily we’ve already done the research and if you head over to Gamesplanet you can grab the standard edition of the game for Â£ 43.99 instead of the usual Â£ 49.99.
Speaking of pre-orders, you might be more interested in swords and magic than guns and tanks. In this case, the next Ancient ring maybe more your speed, provided you can overcome the difficulty that Souls games are known for. If you pre-order now you can spend Â£ 41.99 instead and save 16 percent off the total price.
Ubisoft currently has some great publisher deals for Black Friday on its store. You can retrieve the last Far cry 6 for Â£ 41.49, which represents 17% off its usual price. Gold and Ultimate editions get an even bigger discount of 20% and sell for Â£ 67.19 and Â£ 79.99, respectively.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has an even more impressive 58% discount, letting you grab the standard version for Â£ 21, deluxe edition for Â£ 28.14, gold edition for Â£ 35.28, and ultimate edition for Â£ 42.
Guard Dog Legion is an open-world action game, like so many others, but has an interesting take on a futuristic, dystopian London. The game has a 72 percent discount, allowing you to claim the Standard Edition for just Â£ 13.86, deluxe edition for Â£ 16.35, gold edition for Â£ 23.28, and ultimate edition for Â£ 27.72.
Moving on from Ubisoft, the latest remaster of Rockstar’s GTA trilogy may have been a bit missed, but there’s no reason not to consider the excellent one. Red Dead Redemption 2, which is 55 percent off at Â£ 24.75. Fans of horror games should definitely check out the Survive the Trinity, a trilogy of games for only Â£ 6.73 (85% reduction). If you like fighting games then Mortal Kombat 11 should really be in your alley, currently only Â£ 8 (80% reduction).
A story of plague: innocence is a somewhat underrated gem that’s one of our favorite titles from the previous console generation. With a sequel slated for release next year, now is the perfect time to step into the first game and lose yourself in its fantastic scenery. The game is now 75% off Humble Bundle and available for only Â£ 8.74. Humble Bundle is also offering a sale on other games from publisher Focus Home Interactive and you can save up to 80 percent on these titles.
Sleek action platformer Ghostrunner is also 60% off on GOG and available for $ 11.99. This game rewards quick reflexes and timings while featuring one of the best ray tracing implementations on PC.
If you don’t want to pay anything at all, it turns out that is also an option. Ubisoft offers a Shattered cell chaos theory free until November 25. And you can grab more free titles from the Epic Games Store, which offers Never alone, Dungeon Assault Guild, and Kid A Mnesia exhibition free.
Here are a few more of our favorite offers:
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