Huge Game Days Sale At GameStop: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC Deals

If you thought your chances to save money on video games ended with Black Friday, you’re mistaken. GameStop has unveiled its Game Days sale, which runs between now and December 25. This sale finds huge discounts on a massive list of PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games. That’s good news for anyone still needing to buy holiday gifts or anyone looking for something new to play themselves. Let’s see take a peek at the week’s best deals.

If you’ve been wanting to check out some of the biggest shooters that launched in recent months, you’re in luck. You can grab Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 or Fallout 76 for $40 each. For those who find the stealthy approach more appealing, Hitman 2 is on sale for the same price. For larger-scale confrontations with tanks and fighter planes thrown in the mix, pick up Battlefield V for just $30.

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A starter pack for the toys-to-life game Starlink: Battle for Atlas normally retails for $75, but it’s on sale on all platforms right now for $40. Each copy of the game comes with a ship, pilot, and weapons, plus a mount that lets you attach the whole thing to your controller. The Switch version also includes the in-game exclusives Fox McCloud and Arwing.

Ever since it launched last month, we’ve been raving about Tetris Effect, a PS4 (and PSVR-compatible) game with incredible visuals and audio that combine to make it much more than “just Tetris.” It’s on sale for half off at $20; you can read our Tetris Effect review for details. PlayStation VR owners can also grab one of the year’s best games, the Mario-like platformer Astro Bot: Rescue Mission, also for $20.

That just scratches the surface of the Game Days sale. You’ll find a lot more discounted titles in the list below, or you can check out the full set of deals at GameStop.


Xbox One

Nintendo Switch


Author: GameSpot

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