MusicMagpie's taking 20% off all new games this week

Resident Evil 7! Skyrim! Overwatch! More!

A few weeks ago, MusicMagpie launched what is set to be a summer's worth of offers by taking 20 per cent off a batch of pre-owned titles. While that was neat and all, what's better is that now, that offer has extended to brand new titles. Over 400 of them, in fact.

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Man, remember Tomodachi Life?

The promotion is live on the site now and will let you take an extra 20 per cent off the listed price of any of the games on that page. The range includes games for a wide variety of consoles - I even saw a Wii U copy of LEGO Batman 3 in there.

With that in mind, it might be nice to have a few of the better offers highlighted, so you'll find that just below. Discounts are all applied at checkout, by the way, so keep that in mind when checking out the prices on the site itself.

  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind on PS4 for 5.59
  • Attack on Titan 2 on Nintendo Switch for 27.99
  • Lost Sphear on Nintendo Switch for 14.39
  • Star Wars Battlefront 2 on PS4 for 15.99
  • Devil May Cry HD Collection on Xbox One for 13.59
  • The Evil Within 2 on Xbox One for 10.39
  • Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered on Xbox One for 12.79
  • Resident Evil 7 on Xbox One for 11.99
  • Skyrim Special Edition on PS4 for 12.79
  • Wolfenstein 2 on PS4 for 12.79

These are just a handful of the titles on offer, of course, so feel free to check out the whole range - and indeed, even more on the site itself, since any game with the 20 per cent off label on it is involved in the offer.

Meanwhile, over at Jelly Deals, you can check out the rest of today's best deals, which include discounts on PS Plus, pre-orders on an amazing Solaire of Astora statue, and more.

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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