Massive discounts on PC digital games including Yakuza 0, Dark Souls 3, and more

Hitman 2! Super Bomberman! Shenmue 1 and 2! More!

If you've decided to make the most of the summer sun by stocking up on digital PC titles and staying indoors to play them, Voidu has a sale range dedicated just to you this week. The imaginatively-titled Summer Sale 2018 range is live now and you can get an extra 18 per cent off your chosen purchase when you enter the code SUMMER18 at checkout.

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Even without the extra 18 per cent discount, a vast majority of the titles on offer are at very discounted price points, and that little extra discount boost puts them to their lowest prices around. Notably, you can pick up today's PC release of Yakuza 0 for £9.41 / $12.44. Trust me, it's worth under a tenner.

Other noteworthy discounts include Tekken 7 for £11.14 / $14.63, Metal Gear Solid 5: Definitive Experience for £4.61 / $6.05, and pre-orders of Shenmue I & II for £15.67 / $20.58.

Here are some other highlights from the range:

  • Dark Souls 3 for £6.96 / $9.14
  • Stellaris for £9.74 / $12.79
  • Metal Gear Survive for £12.91 / $16.96
  • Super Bomberman R for £17.30 / $22.72
  • Ni No Kuni 2 for £20.90 / $27.45
  • Hitman 2 for £31.35 / $41.18
  • Cities Skylines Deluxe Edition for £5.22 / $6.85
  • Surviving Mars for £17.07 / $22.42

As previously mentioned, you'll need to enter the code SUMMER18 at checkout to get that extra discount, so be sure to add that before completing your purchase. The SUMMER18 code should work with any game on the site, not just those already discounted in the Weekly Sale, so feel free to check out the rest of the site and see if there's anything you fancy. The vast majority of keys are sent out as Steam keys, for the record.

Elsewhere on the information superhighway, you may want to stop by Jelly Deals to check out the buyer's guide to the best role playing games around (the kind you play with your head, not your hands), as well as guides to the best xbox one external hard drive, and more.

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