Rockstar, 2K and Activision PC games discounted by up to 70% today only

GTA5 for 13.20, Bully for 3.50, and more.

Perhaps having taken note of every other online retailer offering big batches of discounts on PC games in waves recently, Amazon has decided to get in on the action with a couple of one-day-only sale ranges on digital PC titles from Rockstar, 2K and Activision.


Over at Amazon UK's daily deals section, you'll find a range of 2K and Rockstar Games alongside Activision's own range. These are all PC digital titles, most of which will redeem on Steam, though some of Rockstar's offerings are codes are for Rockstar's own Social Club.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is down to one of its lowest prices ever, £13.20, while you can also find Mafia 3 for £14, Bully for £3.50, and the entire XCOM 2 collection for £40 all-in. Over on the Activision side of things, you'll be able to pick up Call of Duty WW2 for £28.99, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare for £19.49, King's Quest Complete for £15.99, and Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines for £3.49.

Here are some more highlights from both pages:

  • Bioshock Infinite for £5
  • WWE 2K18 for £20
  • Civilization 6: Rise and Fall DLC for £22.49
  • Civilization 5 Complete Edition for £8.75
  • L.A. Noire Complete for £7.50
  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved for £5.99
  • Prototype for £3.49
  • Modern Warfare 2 for £7.49

You've got until the end of today to grab what you want before Amazon changes its 'deal of the day' listings, so feel free to raid both the Activision and 2K / Rockstar pages.

Elsewhere on the information superhighway, you'll find a roundup of all the rest of today's best deals over at Jelly Deals, which today features a 400GB Micro SD card for £137 (and yes, it works with Nintendo Switch consoles), a Famicom Mini for £66, and a whole lot more.

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