Everyone has video game deals up for Black Friday, including game companies themselves. Square Enix is offering some deep discounts this weekend if you purchase any of their games through their own website’s store. Some physical games have received discounts up to 75% off, while digital titles have been reduced as far as 85%. Here are the highlights from Square…
PS4 and Xbox One versions of Shadow of the Tomb Raider™ – Croft Steelbook Edition are being discounted from $89.99 to $49.99
The PS4 version of NieR: Automata™ (Standard Edition) will see a price drop from $39.99 to $19.99
Both the Xbox One Limited Edition and Xbox One Standard Edition of Life is Strange: Before the Storm are being lowered from $19.99 to $9.99, while Life is Strange: Before the Storm Standard Edition will enjoy the same price drop on PS4
PS4 and Xbox One versions of Final Fantasy® XV Royal Edition are being discounted from $39.99 to $19.99
Digital versions of Final Fantasy® XIV will be 50 percent off
Select merchandise items will be discounted up to 40 percent off
And it doesn’t end there. By using the coupon code SHIP10OFF at checkout, customers can shave 10% off delivery fees for orders over $75.
The discounts listed here begin tonight and last until November 26 on the Square Enix website. If you don’t have Nier Automata, you need that one.
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