Destiny 2 is a steal at $28 shipped from Amazon
If you haven't picked up the excellent sci-fi shooter for PS4 or Xbox One yet, now's the time.
Destiny 2 might not have been the flawless follow-up many hoped it would be, but Bungie and Activision have spent the last six months listening to fan feedback and making numerous changes to the sci-fi shooter in order to deliver on the promise of a deep, persistent universe the original game hinted at.
Because of this, it's a good time to be jetpacking into Destiny 2 for the first time. Not only is there a bunch of extra content and balance patches to smooth down the rough edges that existed at launch, the cost of entry has dropped to the point where anyone still on the fence better get ready to plummet to the ground.
Over at Amazon US right now, you can snap up the PS4 version of Destiny 2 for a ridiculously low $27.57 delivered. Yep, that's the price even after factoring in the less-than-fantastic shipping fees we Aussies have to pay from America's largest online retailer.
Xbox One owners aren't quite as lucky as their Sony brethren, with the Xbox One version of Destiny 2 reduced to $33.58 delivered. Nevertheless, that's still a sweet deal compared to the price you'll pay for a local copy of the popular game.
Be aware that stock is limited, and given how good this deal is, you can bet copies will be flying out of Amazon's warehouse like energy shards out of a Needler.
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