With Doom Eternal, Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Half-Life: Alyx all vying for our time right now there's a good chance you don't need any more games right now. But who among us hasn't been able to resist adding to our backlog with a good deal when we see it? With that in mind, here are some of the best PC digital game bargains out there right now.
Let's start with the incredibly cheap stuff. Usually, that'd be synonymous with poor quality, but you couldn't be further from that with some of these games.
I'll start with the big one. Here's Resident Evil 4: Ultimate HD Edition for £2.99. By now I'm sure many of you already own this game on almost every platform you have access to. Still, I'm always going to mention when one of the best games of all-time costs hardly anything.
As for that incredibly low price point, here are a few other flash deals under £3 from a number of digital stores. I'd say the games here vary in quality a little, but you won't hear too many complaints from me when they're this cheap. Of them all, Sleeping Dogs is easily my top recommendation.
- Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for £2.23 at Fanatical
- Just Cause 3 XXL Edition for £2.98 at Fanatical
- Mad Max for £2.69
What's better than cheap a game? How about a totally free one? Conveniently, Ubisoft's quaint and charming turn-based RPG Child of Light is now available for free from the Uplay Store. All you need to do to claim a copy is sign into your account and click the button on the game's store page.
There are also a couple of days left on the Ubisoft Spring Sale, where many entries from across the developer's entire library of games are reduced. This includes Assassin's Creed, Rainbow Six, The Division and more. All offers end on 26th March.
If you want to save a few more pennies, you can also get Assassin's Creed Odyssey for £14.99 at Games Planet.
Other offers about to run their course include the March Mayhem sale at Green Man Gaming. That Mad Max offer at the top of the page is their current flash deal, but there are many other games reduced until 31st March. I've popped a couple of the highlights below:
- Borderlands 3 for £22
- Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition for £37.40
- Nier Automata: Game of the Yorha Edition for £12.75
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition for £12.62
I feel like that's enough to keep you going for now. Hopefully, there's something of interest for you - at least to give you a change of pace if you need a break from finding secrets in Doom Eternal or opening a museum in Animal Crossing!