Fanatical's Lunar New Year sale slashes the price of Monster Hunter, Civ 6, Bloodstained and more

1500 games at up to 90% off!

From now until 27th January, Fanatical's Lunar New Year sale will be offering over 1500 games at up to 90% off - including games such as Monster Hunter World, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and Resident Evil 2.

Also, throughout the sale, you'll be able to grab Star Deals featuring significant reductions on top or most-wanted games. That's the Baldur's Gate Complete Pack for 11.19 for the next 48 hours.

There's a lot to go through, so you might want to head on over to the Lunar New Year sale page at Fanatical to get the complete idea of what's on offer. To give you a bit of inspiration, though, I've highlighted some of the better or more interesting offers here:


Meanwhile, one of the best value deals in the Lunar Sale can be found in the Staff Picks Bundle. In this, you can choose up to seven games and you'll pay only 4.59 for the lot of them. I'd personally go for Masquerada: Songs and Shadows, The King's Bird, Out There, Oxenfree, Cook Serve Delicious 2, Tharsis and Jalopy - but that's just me. Why not view the full list and see what you fancy?

If nothing grabs you just yet, you'll want to keep an eye on the Fanatical Lunar Sale over the coming days as even bigger games will be seeing reductions.

For even more offers, you can always take a trip over to Jelly Deals. Right now, we're taking a look at all the best offers in the Amazon Warehouse 20 per cent off sale, the best price for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and the best PS4 external hard drives.

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