Snag a heap of cheap PC games in Green Man Gaming’s Blue Monday sale
Save 25% on Green Man Gaming's entire PC catalogue, including Destiny 2, Assassin's Creed Origins and Cuphead.
January is one of the few times of the year when the video game industry shifts to a lower gear and slows the frankly ridiculous pace of new game releases down to a level we mere mortals can actually keep up with. This makes it the perfect time to catch up on all the outstanding titles that made 2017 such a killer year for games.
Best of all, you don't need to blow all your leftover Christmas money to get your game on. Thanks to Green Man Gaming, you can save yourself serious moolah on all that year's biggest releases, with GMG's entire catalogue of PC games currently available for 25% off with the code "BLUE25". Simply plug that code in at checkout to slash the price of any PC game Green Man Gaming sells, whether it be the sandy stabbing of Assassin's Creed Origins or the old-timey platforming of Cuphead.
Since Green Man Gaming's entire catalogue is on sale, listing all the deals here wouldn't really work. Instead, we've picked out our favourite deals and listed them in the table below, with USD prices converted into AUD to make it easier for you. If you want to browse the full library for yourself, just head on over to the Green Man Gaming website. The sale ends Thursday, so you'll want to move fast.
|Game||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Cuphead||$18.81||Go to site|
|Okami HD||$18.81||Go to site|
|Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III||$21.64||Go to site|
|Mass Effect Andromeda||$23.52||Go to site|
|Star Wars Battlefront II||$32.93||Go to site|
|Nioh: Complete Edition||$47.05||Go to site|
|Assassin's Creed Origins||$56.46||Go to site|
|Destiny 2||$56.46||Go to site|
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