Black Friday 2019 is over, however the gross sales aren’t. The floodgates at Green Man Gaming are nonetheless open, providing offers on quite a lot of games–including Borderlands 3, The Outer Worlds, and even Red Dead Redemption 2. As part of its prolonged sale, the digital video games retailer at the moment has nicely over 40 video games up on the market proper now, together with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and Mortal Kombat 11. It runs via Cyber Monday till December 3, so you have nonetheless acquired a while to take benefit.
This sale options some current releases, together with different video games which have come out in the previous couple of years. In addition to the video games talked about above, GMG’s sale additionally contains Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Grand Theft Auto V, Tropico 6, and Civilization VI.
What’s particular about GMG’s Black Friday sale is that sure purchases may also add within the Intel Starter Pack, permitting you to redeem a further 5 free video games from a choose pool of titles. Some of those video games embody Resident Evil 7, Evil Within 2, Dishonored 2. The GMG sale additionally contains some nice offers on gaming memberships and premium providers. Any sport bought on Green Man Gaming will be redeemed on their respective digital distribution service. For occasion, buying The Outer Worlds provides you with a code that may be redeemed on the Epic Games Store, whereas Red Dead 2 might be playable on the Rockstar Games Launcher.
This sale does not simply give attention to PC video games, it additionally contains offers on gaming memberships to premium providers. Notably, a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership is on the market for simply $42.74, which is best than Sony’s official PS Plus provide for Black Friday ($45). So should you’re trying to high off your membership or check out a model new service, then now’s a fairly good time to dive in.
The greatest sport on this sale is definitely Red Dead Redemption 2, which just lately got here out on PC. GameSpot editor Michael Higham just lately did a deep-dive into the PC version, and he was fairly impressed with the way it turned out. “Red Dead Redemption 2 is a case where its visual prowess is inseparable from its identity, which the PC version delivers on, given the right specs and the overcoming of technical issues,” he wrote.