Stock up on cheap games with Green Man Gaming’s Playday deals
Injustice 2, NBA 2K18 and GTA V are just some of the big games going cheap.
It doesn't seem possible, yet deals on PC games seem to be getting better by the day. New releases go on sale faster than ever, with discounts so deep they make the notion of buying a game on day one feel like a poor investment.
Green Man Gaming's latest sale is the perfect example of this. Dozens of recent games have had their prices slashed by 75% or more in some cases – but that's not where the deals end. Every single PC game in Green Man Gaming's catalogue is eligible for an extra 20% off by using the promo code "PAYDAY", leading to some ridiculously good prices that are hard to pass up.
There's the superhero biffo of Injustice 2 for less than $35, the slam-dunking of NBA 2K18 for less than $39, the compelling mystery of Virginia for a measly 99c and the inimitable Life is Strange for under $5.
That's hardly it, though, as you can see for yourself if you head on over to Green Man Gaming's deals page. We've also picked out some of our favourite deals in the table below, plus we've converted the USD pricing to AUD to make the bargains a little easier to parse.
|Game||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Virginia||$0.99||Go to site|
|The Vanishing of Ethan Carter||$4.94||Go to site|
|Life is Strange - The Complete Season||$4.94||Go to site|
|Overcooked||$5.71||Go to site|
|The Flame in the Flood||$5.93||Go to site|
|Mafia III||$15.81||Go to site|
|F1 2017||$29.65||Go to site|
|Injustice 2||$34.58||Go to site|
|NBA 2K18||$38.53||Go to site|
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