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Here are some of the best PC digital deals right now

No Man's Sky! Skyrim! Bloodlines!

With the sheer volume of sales across the likes of Humble Store, Fanatical and Green Man Gaming, it can be difficult to keep up with all the best PC digital deals available at any one time. To take a bit of the stress out of it, though, here's a concise round-up of the top bundle bargains and digital discounts on the world wide web right now.

To start off, let us take you to Green Man Gaming where you can get No Man's Sky for £16 for the next 24 hours. The ambitious space exploration sim has gone through one heck of a resurgence after its wobbly launch and is definitely worth another blast if you bailed on it after the inital reception.

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The Next expansion, with multiplayer support, is also included.

Meanwhile, GMG has a big Ubisoft sale running until April 1st. On that page you can find the likes of physics bike balancer Trials Rising for £15.45, militaristic breach-and-clear sim Rainbow Six Siege for £8.60 and open-world hackerman adventure Watch Dogs 2 for £6.90.

Sticking with GMG, they're also currently in the midst of their Team 17 sale. Two top games you'll want to consider in that are chaotic chef-em-up Overcooked 2 for £12.29 and pinball platformer Yoku's Island Express for £6.56.

Flamegrilled is the only cooking style I know.

Elsewhere, as a way to continue celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls, there's a healthy Bethesda sale over at the Humble Store. As you might expect, you can pick up many of the publisher's biggest names for cheap, including Skyrim Special Edition for £14.99 and nu-Doom for £11.24.

Oh, and don't forget, you can still get a free copy of Morrowind until March 31st. Who doesn't love a freebie?

Before moving on, it's also the Indie Mega Week over at the Humble Store. There are so many excellent games within that list that you could pick one at random and end up with something terrific. If you had to force me to pick just three for some kind of indie battle royale trio, though, I'd go for Darkest Dungeon, Duskers and Night in the Woods.

We've only been waiting 15 years for the sequel.

Travelling further afield - and hot off the recent announcement of its long-awaited sequel - you can get Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines for £3.79 in the Spring Sale.

Last but not least is the Aspyr pick-and-mix bundle over at Fanatical. For just £14.99 you can pick up five games of your choosing within a relatively healthy selection of big-budget classic and indie gems that includes Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, BioShock Infinite, Layers of Fear and both Knights of the Old Republic RPGs.

A lot of choices there for you, and hopefully I've highlighted something you've been looking to take a punt on. The deals never cease, though, so be sure to check in with Jelly Deals regularly for even more gaming offers.

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