Batman: Arkham Knight Pre-Order Shows Up for 25% Off
While Steam’s Summer Sale may have ended, lots of upcoming highly anticipated titles are showing up with pre-order discount incentives. This list includes Batman: Arkham Knight at 25% off for the PC pre-order (Steam key), slated to be released some time in early 2015. (Yeah, that’s 8 months away.)
While retailers have already confirmed the Harley Quinn DLC as a pre-order bonus earlier this month, the official Arkham Knight Twitter account confirmed earlier today there will be exclusive story-driven missions tied to the pre-order bonus. If these along with the 25% incentive sound good enough to secure your interest, you might want to take advantage of the offer before it expires later this Thursday.
In other deal news for the week, NewEgg is offloading new AMD FX-8350 CPUs through their eBay outlet store for $160 with free shipping. If you’ve been itching to get a new rig started, you can’t really go wrong with this popular setup. Even on NewEgg’s own site, it carries a $180 price tag, while most online retailers are charging $200+. NewEgg also conveniently have a few refurbished Corsair H80i water coolers on sale for $70.
Arkham Knight & More Pre-Orders Deals
Releases Q1/2015: Batman: Arkham Knight — $37.50 after coupon.
It’s a release date far into the future (Q1 2015), but you can already pre-order Batman: Arkham Knight along with many other highly anticipated titles for 25% off at GMG. If you’ve already made up your mind to play the game come release day, locking in the savings now isn’t a bad idea. Includes the Harley Quinn pre-order bonus and extra challenge maps.
- Dragon Age: Inquisition — $45.00 (normally $60)
- Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor — $37.50 (normally $50)
- Alien: Isolation — $37.50 (normally $50)
- Dead Rising 3 — $33.75 (normally $50)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV — $22.50 (normally $30)
- Gauntlet — $15 (normally $20)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV Upgrade — $11.25 (normally $15)
AMD FX-8350 Black Edition Vishera 8-Core 4.0GHz Desktop Processor — $159.99. List is $220.
Solid deal as the FX-8350 usually goes for around $180. The FX-8350 CPU is a popular choice among overclockers and gamers for its performance-to-value ratio.
- Western Digital Red 3.5″ SATA 64MB WD40EFRX 4TB Hard Drive — $139.99
- Acer S Series S240HL 24-inch LED Monitor — $114.99 (normally $160)
- PowerColor AX7850 Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Video Card — $89.99
- Corsair Hydro Series H80i Water Cooler (Refurbished) — $69.99 (normally $85)
Mac/PC Title Sale
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare — $7.99. List is $20.
The hottest selling PC/Mac title right now at GMG is Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. At $7.99, it’s 60% off the usual $19.99, and playing is always a solid throwback. All the games below are listed as “Mac” titles, but as SteamPlay keys, they’re confirmed to work on PC (and even Linux for select titles).
- Call of Duty: Black Ops — $15 (normally $40)
- Call of Duty 2 — $9.99 (normally $24)
- BioShock Infinite: Season Pass — $9.99 (normally $20)
- BioShock Infinite — $7.49 (normally $30)
- RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum — $4.99 (normally $20)
More PC Gaming Deals
The Elder Scrolls Online — $29.99. List is $60.
TESO’s not a cheap MMO to get into, but instead of paying the full $60 list price, you can take advantage of Best Buy’s offer on the physical PC DVD for only $30. Your choice of free shipping to home or free store pickup.
- WildStar — $45 (normally $60)
- Sniper Elite III — $37.50 (normally $50)
- Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare — $23.99 (normally $30)
- Handball Challenge 2014 — $20.95 (normally $40)
- King’s Bounty: Dark Side — $19.99 (normally $30)
- Football Manager 2014 — $12.75 (normally $50)
- Blades of Time — $7.99 (normally $25)
- Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter Nights Complete — $7.49 (normally $30)
- D&D Anthology Master Collection — $4.99 (normally $20)
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