Today’s best game deals: Elden Ring $50, Ghostwire Tokyo, Persona 5 Strikers, more

Reg. $60 $50

In today’s best game deals, the highly-anticipated release of FromSoftware’s latest epic, Elden Ring, is coming quickly with a February 25, 2022 release date. And Newegg is now offering pre-orders on digital copies for Xbox at $49.99 using code EMCBP432 at checkout. Regularly $60, this is the first notable discount new have tracked on the console version and a great time to lock a digital copy in at a discount. It is still listed at $60 on Amazon across all platforms. Already touted by some as being the best FromSoftware Soulsbourne game yet, Newegg states that this pre-order is playable on day one and considering it’s a digital copy that should very well be the case. Miyazaki and George R.R. Martin have taken the Soulsbourne formula out into the open-world with Elden Ring, leaving long-time fans lucky enough to get early access about as excited as it gets with a new game release. Head below for more including Ghostwire: Tokyo pre-orders, Persona 5 Strikers, Oceanhorn 2, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and much more. 

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