We've compared PC games from Amazon Australia to see how their prices stack up against other Australian retailers.
PC gamers are well trained to get the most out of their video games. Not only do games look better on PCs thanks to bleeding-edge hardware and customisable graphics options, they’re often significantly cheaper than their console brethren, too. Between Steam sales, Humble Bundles and the discount price of physical titles, the PC is home to more deals than you can shake a keyboard at.
To help you navigate the overwhelming number of bargains, we’ve rounded up the most popular PC games below and compared the prices from some of the biggest physical and digital games retailers around. If you’re looking to get your game on for cheap, check them out:
Prices were last checked between 20 Dec 2017 and 22 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts but exclude potential shipping charges.
Call of Duty: WWII
Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition
The Sims 4
Grand Theft Auto V
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