In today’s game deals, we have God of War: Ascension for $20 shipped, along with some other solid Mac, PC, iOS and console deals. This is $40 off the regular listing for Ascension and the cheapest price by $10. You can also grab the Bioshock dual pack for $5 (Reg. $40) and Injustice: Gods Among Us for $35 shipped (Reg. $60).
Microsoft has made the official Xbox One headset and controller charger available at $25 each with free shipping. A lot of these official peripherals get sold out around launch time so it can be a good idea to gets your hands on them early.
Additionally, Irrational announced three upcoming add-ons coming to Bioshock Infinite today. The first of which is Clash in the Clouds, an arena horde mode focusing on Infinite’s core combat mechanics that is now available for download. Later we will see Burial at Sea, the first in a two part story driven campaign that brings us back to Rapture and has us taking control of both Booker and Elizabeth. You can check out today’s Burial at Sea trailer below the fold.
The Clash in the Clouds DLC is available now for $5 on PC and is rolling out on Xbox LIVE throughout the day today. Individually the three add-ons will run you a total of $45, so if you plan on playing all of them, it’s smart to grab the $20 Season Pass instead. You can grab one for Xbox 360 at $20 and on PC for just $16 with code “GFDJUL20” at Gamefly.
PC Download: BioShock Infinite: Clash in the Clouds: $5 PC: Bioshock Dual Pack: $5 (Reg. $40) – Contains Bioshock 1&2
Ending tonight! Save 40% on Grand Theft Auto games for iOS:
iOS Universal: Grand Theft Auto III $3 (Reg. $5) iOS Universal: Grand Theft Auto Vice City $3 (Reg. $5) iOS Universal: Grand Theft Auto China Town Wars $3 (Reg. $5) iOS Universal: Mini Gore 2: Zombies: FREE (Reg. $2) iOS Universal: Hundreds: $3 (Reg. $5)
BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 1 Trailer
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