This week’s best game deals: Uncharted 4 is a steal
FPS fans can cut their teeth on Battlefield's back catalogue before Battlefield One hits Australian shelves.
Every week, finder searches far and wide for the best gaming deals in Australia. This week, ozgameshop has struck gold with Uncharted 4 and you can score a free 1TB Xbox One with any Surface purchase.
Battlefield One is on the horizon. Soon, we will be able to traverse the dirty and bloody landscapes from the key moments of World War One.
Unfortunately, Battlefield One isn’t out yet. Thankfully, the Battlefield Bundle, which includes digital copies of Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline, is available. If you are not familiar with the Battlefield franchise, or a die-hard fan who wants to revisit games of years past, this bundle is perfect.
The Battlefield Bundle is currently available on the PlayStation store for $13.45, which is a saving of $26.50.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
There are not many franchises these days that represent a specific console. With each passing console generation, video game exclusives are becoming more elusive. But some franchises, including Uncharted, are still abiding by the conventions of consoles past.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (and the Uncharted series as a whole) takes heavy inspiration from the Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider franchises. Players are thrown into a wild adventure through multiple exotic locations as they try to find hidden treasure.
OzGameShop is currently selling Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End for $49.99, which is a saving of $25.50.
Here are the week's best deals on Xbox in Australia.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege
The Rainbow Six franchise started off as a very strategic shooter. Each map was a small puzzle that you and your comrades needed to solve. In recent years, the series has reduced the tactical aspect and focused on a more action-oriented experience. Thankfully, Rainbow Six: Siege is here to remedy that.
The latest entry has decided to adopt the gameplay style that made the Rainbow Six franchise great. The game is mainly a multiplayer experience with teams of five either playing as terrorists or law enforcement. Fully destructible levels and tense gameplay makes Rainbow Six: Siege a must-have.
The Microsoft store is currently selling Rainbow Six: Siege for $39.98, which is a saving of $59.97.
Free 1TB Xbox One with Surface
Microsoft is currently running an amazing deal where shoppers score a free 1TB Xbox One and three free games with any Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book purchase. That's over $650 worth of Xbox gear included.
The deal runs until 7 September.
Here are the week's best Nintendo deals in Australia.
Mario Party 10
How desperately do you want to lose your friends?
Mario Party 10 is the latest entry in the beloved series of games. Players control various iconic characters from the Mario franchise as compete in fun mini-games and try to get as many stars as possible. Playing with a group of people is recommended but, preferably one you don’t like.
Mario Party 10 is currently available on base for $28.89, which is a saving of $5.40.
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