Call of Duty Infinite Warfare digital legacy edition is the most wanted game of the year because it includes a remastered version of Modern Warfare.
Humble Bundle has offered some great deals that you should check out if you were looking to buy these games during this big sale.
Black Friday deals are on a roll and there’s some good game or the other to buy at every corner. The indie games are too cheap to miss even though they are simply going to increase your backlog. The big AAA titles are equally enticing because if you are to buy them later, they would cost $60 or more. The special Humble Bundle deals and other discounts found on multiple websites make PC, PS4, Xbox One games easy like never before.
There’s Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 selling for $35 with heavy deals from Electronic Arts. Activision doesn’t have a platform of its own. It enables other retailers to sell their games for amazing prices. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Digital Legacy Edition is the one you are looking for priced at $59.99. The 25 percent off is a great Humble Bundle deal as you get Modern Warfare and the new Infinite Warfare all in one package. Mafia 3 got launched a couple of months ago and it has already been discounted by 40% to just $41.99.
Mafia 3 had some launch issues but the developers are working on them for the PC as well as the console versions. The game has received some good reviews and is a worthy choice for people who love story driven, gangster sagas. Civilization 6 deluxe edition is priced at $67.99 and the Call of Duty Infinite Warfare regular edition is quite affordable at $40. There are plenty of deals going on at the Humble Bundle store and you should definitely keep a check on them to find the best games.
The choice older titles are plenty. If you are a Call of Duty fan, the $40 deal is awesome and Battlefield 1 is up for $35 elsewhere on Amazon, Gamestop among other stores. The old games collection is equally good as you could get Skyrim for $9.99, new Doom for $19.79, and Rocket League for $12.99. Racing fans should go with Project Cars $11.99 as it offers a neat balance between simulation and arcade racing. The deals will continue to change throughout the weekend and will go on till Monday.
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