To celebrate all of the best games from The Game Awards 2020, there are now some pretty huge sales currently going on right now on the digital storefronts out there, such as the Switch eShop, PSN, the Xbox Store, the Epic Games Store, and Steam.
Over on the Nintendo Switch eShop, that sale comes to an end on Dec. 17 at 11:59 PM PT and features lots of incredible games –even some first-party titles, which never go on sale.
You can grab the tactical RPG, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, for $42; there’s the beautiful platformer, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, for $25; Super Mario Odyssey is a must-play for only $42; The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been brought down to $40; the overlooked action title from PlatinumGames, Astral Chain, is $42, and then you have Overwatch for $20.
For the full list of games, check out the eShop Game Awards sale right here.
Over on the PlayStation Store, you can grab the Ultimate edition of Ubisoft’s latest open-world RPG, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, for $100 instead of $120. Unfortunately, the regular version of the game isn’t on sale just yet.
Watch Dogs: Legion is $40; Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is $30; Destiny 2: Beyond Light is $30; Star Wars: Squadrons is $24; Marvel’s Avengers is $30; Yakuza: Like a Dragon is $48; Persona 5 Royale is $30, and you can grab Resident Evil 2 +3 for $32 in one package.
To see all of the games on sale on the PSN store, just click here.
Over on the Xbox side of things, the games on sale are pretty similar to PlayStation’s. Destiny 2’s latest expansion is on sale for $30; Ori and the Will of the Wisps is $15; Watch Dogs: Legion is $40; Tell Me Why is $20; Dirt 5 is $42; Marvel’s Avengers is $30; Doom Eternal is $20, and Resident Evil 3 is $20.
The Epic Games Store
And last but not least, the Epic Games Store’s Game Awards sale ends on Dec. 12, and features discounts on some AAA titles and even some really good indie games.
We have Watch Dogs: Legion for $45; Supergiant Games’ Hades is on sale for $20; The souls-like, Mortal Shell, is available for $20; Raji: An Ancient Epic is $18; Carrion is $15; Desperados III is $30, and Star Wars: Squadrons is $24. You can check out the full list of games right here.
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