A look at some of the week's best game deals

Bayonetta! Vanquish! Xbox One consoles! More!

Another week survived - congrats all. How about we reward ourselves with a look at what's on offer in the world of gaming right now? Sounds good to me. Let's get into it!

We're already seeing an (admittedly very small) discount on the Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle. Digital Foundry recently dug into the performance of these new ports and found them to be good enough - though definitely lacking that something more they wanted. Still, for a pair of terrific games like this, you can't go too far wrong.

It's also becoming more and more clear that the next generation is on the horizon with the continued discounts on current-gen consoles. It's looking like it's going to be a great time to snap up a console if you've been waiting for the big price cuts to come. The lowest price I can find right now, though, is this 1TB Xbox One S Forza Horizon 4 Lego Speed Champions Bundle for £169.99.

However, folks in the US are having an even greater time as you can get an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for only $159.99. Meanwhile, a selection of Xbox One X bundles featuring either Gears 5, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order or NBA 2K20 are down to $299.

On top of all that, you can get 3 Months Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $24.99 or 3 Months Xbox Live Gold for $14.99. Where's that same love across the pond, eh, Microsoft?

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Let's go for a few quickfire deals to finish off for today. Some are new, some are very familiar. Hopefully, there's something that piques your interest in here.


After more top gaming offers? You can find loads over at Jelly Deals. Join us to find the best SD card for Nintendo Switch, our picks for the best PS4 external hard drive or where to find the best Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deal.


Oh, and don't forget, a couple of the better deals from earlier in the week are still running. That includes the ridiculously low price of £2.50 / $3 for The Division 2, plus the mega sale on the Doom series on Switch that's dropped the two classic games to (basically) a single English pound. Until next week!

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