Looking for some video games in the Prime Day deals? We’ll help you see the wood for the trees.
You can get all sorts during Amazon’s Prime Day. Well, Prime Day is actually over two days this year, but you know what we mean. Top of the bill are Amazon’s own devices – including Echo smart devices, Fire TV sticks, and of course, Kindle eBook readers – but you can get lots of other great stuff too.
Prime Day features a lot of technology and electronics. You can pick up tellies and laptops, smartphones and tablets, and useful extra bits like SD cards – the perfect accessory for your Nintendo Switch.
And then there are the video games. There are plenty of video games on offer during this year’s Prime Day event. Here’s our pick of the game son offer, and a link to the deals in the UK.
Prime Day video game deals
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (PS4, Xbox One) – £19.99
- Kingdom Hearts III (PS4, Xbox One) – £17.99
- Mortal Kombat 11 Special Edition (PS4, Xbox One) – £26.99
- The Division 2 Amazon Limited Edition (PS4, Xbox One) – £22.99
- Battlefield V (PS4, Xbox One) – £17.99
- Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy (PS4, Xbox One) – £19.49 (Nintendo Switch) – £23.49
- Divinity Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition (PS4, Xbox One) – £15.99
- Trials Rising Gold (Xbox One) – £17.49 (Nintendo Switch) – £17.00
- Metro Exodus + Spartan Survival Guide (PS4, Xbox One) – £25.99
- Fallout 76 SPECIAL Edition (PS4, Xbox One) – £18.99
There are also a few Prime Day video game deals with bundles of games. No, we can’t figure out why some of these games are bundled together, either, but savings are savings.
Prime Day video game bundles
- The Division 2 Limited Amazon Edition + Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (PS4) – £31.99 (Xbox One) – £36.99
- The Division 2 Limited Amazon Edition + Anthem (PS4, Xbox One) – £35.99
- The Division 2 Limited Edition + Far Cry New Dawn (Limited Edition) (PS4, Xbox One) – £36.99
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 + Anthem (PS4) – £25.99 (Xbox One) – £28.99
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 + Far Cry New Dawn Limited Edition (PS4) – £28.99 (Xbox One) – £33.99
We don’t know why some of the PS4 bundles are cheaper than their Xbox One brethren, either. But even at a few quid more, it’s hard to argue over a pair of recent games for less than the price of one.
(You’ll probably find a bunch of different video games available in the Prime Day deals in the US.)
Prime Day deals are limited, of course. You’ve got until the end of June 16, 2019, to take advantage of them. (And Amazon no doubt reserves the right to remove any deals if, for example, stock of a certain game runs out.)
You will, of course, need an Amazon Prime account to take advantage of these deals. Don’t have one of those? You could always sign up for a month’s free trial. Here’s a link for the UK trial, and here’s one for the US.
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