1-UP YOUR VIDEO GAME COLLECTION WITH THESE E3 DEALS

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WHILE YOU’RE OGLING all the new games at the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) this week, you might want to take a look at these old ones, too. Rivals Sony and Microsoft are each holding massive game and console sales this week, presumably in a bid to outdo each other and gain momentum. There are even a few Nintendo game deals going on. Details on each E3 week game and console deal are below, along with a few particularly good game deals we found.

PRE-ORDER NEW E3 GAMES

Amazon has a roundup of big E3 games that you can pre-order now. Some of the games may include perks to pre-ordering, but do keep in mind that these games haven’t been reviewed yet, and most won’t come out for months. But if you know you’re gonna play a game, it never hurts to pre-order it early. View Amazon’s Full E3 Pre-Order List.

PS4 E3 SALE (ENDS JUNE 18)

To celebrate E3, Sony is having what it calls a Days of Play Sale with deals on PlayStation 4 consoles and games on a bunch of retailers. The sale ends June 18.

PS4 Hardware on Sale

SONY
  • PlayStation 4 Pro Console for $350 (Was $400) – A WIRED Recommends award-winner and the best PS4 to buy if you have the money. Also on Best Buy
  • Special Edition Standard PS4 for $300 – A solid option if you don’t yet have a 4K TV. Also on Best Buy, Walmart, Target
  • PlayStation VR Doom Bundle for $200 (Was $280) – Also on Best Buy, Walmart, Target
  • PS4 DualShock 4 Controller (Every Color) for $40 (Was $65) – Also on Best Buy, Walmart, and Target
  • More PS4 hardware sales on GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart, and PlayStation.com

PS4 Game Sale Highlights

  • God of War for $50 (Was $60) – Also on Walmart
  • Horizon Zero Dawn for $20 (Was $40)
  • Shadow of the Colossus for $20 (Was $30)
  • The Last of Us Remastered for $10 (Was $20)
  • Grand Theft Auto V for $20 (Was $60)
  • Watchdogs 2 Deluxe Edition for $21 (Was $70)
  • More PS4 game sales on GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart, and PlayStation.com

XBOX E3 SALE (ENDS JUNE 23)

MICROSOFT

Not to be outdone by Sony, Microsoft is holding an even bigger and longer game and hardware sale on Xbox One consoles and games during E3 and after. It includes the first decent deal price we’ve seen on the Xbox One X (which earned our WIRED Recommends seal of approval) since it’s debut. The sale ends June 23.

Xbox One Hardware on Sale

  • Xbox One X console for $449 (Was $500) – The best Xbox to buy if you have the money.
  • Xbox One S 500GB Console for $199 (Was $280)
  • Xbox One S 1TB Console for $250 (Was $300)
  • Xbox One Controller for $45 (Was $60)
  • Xbox One Custom Controllers (Various Discounts)
  • See the rest of Microsoft’s Xbox One hardware deals on Xbox.com and Best Buy

Xbox Subscriptions on Sale

  • 1 Month of Xbox Live Gold for $1 (Was $10)
  • 6 Months of Xbox Live Gold for $25 ($10 off annual rate)
  • 6 Months of Xbox Game Pass for $30 (Was $60) – Game Pass lets you play 100+ games, without buying them individually.

Xbox Game Sale Highlights

  • Sea of Thieves for $30 (Was $60)
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins for $30 (Was $60)
  • Far Cry 5 for $45 (Was $60)
  • Titanfall 2 for $5 (Was $20)
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for $30 (Was $60)
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands for $20 (Was $60)
  • Life is Strange Season 1 for $4 (Was $20)
  • Tomb Raider Definitive Edition for $6 (Was $30)
  • Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light Bundle for $8 (Was $30)
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division for $15 (Was $50)
  • Grand Theft Auto V for $20 (Was $60)
  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole for $20 (Was $60)
  • See the rest of Microsoft’s E3 game deals on Xbox.comand Best Buy

NINTENDO E3 SALES

NINTENDO

There aren’t yet many E3 deals on Nintendo products, but Best Buy does have a few 3DS games on sale. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is also on sale this week on Amazon and other retailers. Be sure to check out our Best Switch Bundle Deals and Best Switch Accessories to scan for any other discounts going on this week.

  • Nintendo 2DS XL for $130 (Was $150) – Our pick for a 3DS handheld
  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild for $36 (Was $60)

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