There haven’t been a heap of killer game sales over the last few months, hey. Between the fervour of next gen consoles and an epic calendar of releases like Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Watch Dogs Legion, there hasn’t been all that much to shout about. Luckily, Fanatical knows exactly what we want — and they’re coming in clutch with some banger deals on PC games.
The entire Anno franchise is the real winner of Fanatical’s latest sale, with nearly every game marked down. You can grab the base edition of Anno 1800 for $19.78 but if you want the full experience, Anno 1800: Complete Edition (which includes the ginormous Season 1 and Season 2 passes) is going for $46.48. That’s down from $149.95, a saving of over $100. Madness.
You’ll need to hook up with Ubisoft Connect for game delivery, but it’s a small price to pay for a bargain.
Beyond Anno, you’ll also want to check out the ‘Killer Bundle 14‘. This pack includes a bunch of smash hits including Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, Close to the Sun, Project CARS GOTY Edition, Talisman: Origins, RollerCoaster Tycoon Deluxe and others for $7.75.
Mastermind and Close to the Sun make the bundle immediately worth it, with the other games being icing on a very tasty-looking cake.
Here’s the best of the rest games on sale over at Fanatical right now:
- Anno 1404: History Edition – $20.48
- Anno 2070: Complete Edition – $20.70
- Anno 2205: Ultimate Edition – $17.58
- Civilization: Beyond Earth – $12.49
- Civilization VI – $17.92
- Ghost Recon: Breakpoint – $23.38
- Ghostrunner – $34.90
- Lego DC Super- Villains Deluxe Edition – $14.81
- Mad Max – $6.15
- Rainbow Six Siege – $6.58
- Ring of Pain – $23.19
- Shenmue III – $28.78
- Staxel – $12.79
- Star Trek: Bridge Crew VR – $13.18
- Vampire: The Masquerade – Shadows of New York – $12.95
- Void Bastards – $23.49
It’s not absolutely chockers just yet, but there’s plenty of good options around. Keep your eyes peeled and stay tuned to Kotaku Australia for more deals later next week as sales season really starts to hit its peak.
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