Halloween 2019
It’s almost Halloween. That means plenty of sales on some of the best video game titles out right now. | Image: shutterstock.com
  • Gamers are able to get as much as 70% off on some games this Halloween.
  • Many of the deals will last until the end of the month.
  • Nintendo Switch owners aren’t getting as good of deals as everyone else.

The spooky season is upon us and that means there are plenty of Halloween games deals to scrounge through. Gamers who don’t want to search for the best deals on their own are in luck. After researching the subject, we’ve put together a list of the best Halloween deals for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC.

PlayStation 4 Halloween Game Deals Are Frightenly Low

  • Resident Evil 2 Deluxe Edition: Gamers can journey through Raccoon City as Leon and Claire for just $34.99. That’s a 50% discount from the game’s typical price.
  • Devil May Cry 5: It may not be survival horror, but this game is still filled to the brim with demons to kill. It’s 50% off at $29.99 and comes with a bonus 100,000 red orbs to get players started.
  • A Plague Tale: Innocence: This story-driven game may have flown under many gamers’ radar on release. However, now might be the best time to pick it up at 40% off ($29.99).

Xbox One’s Best Halloween Game Deals Don’t Disappoint

  • Mortal Kombat 11: This gory fighting game with fantastic fatalities is ideal for the Halloween season. It’s currently 40% off at $35.99.
  • Metro Exodus: Gamers get to explore the Russian wilderness in this game and try to survive in a post-apocalyptic setting. Now they can do it for $29.99, which is a 50% discount.
  • Darksiders III – Blades & Whip Edition: This is the perfect way to jump into the Darksiders series. It includes the third game, two of its DLC, and the first two Darksiders games. It’s also a steal with a 50% discount dropping it to $49.99.

Nintendo Switch Has Halloween Game Deals On-the-Go Covered

  • Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment: This indie platformer brings loads of charm with its NES-inspired action. Now gamers can get it for $4.99, which is a 50% discount.
  • Crawl: This dungeon crawler is a new take on asymmetrical games. It challenges one to make it through a dungeon with monsters controlled by up to three friends. The game just got a Halloween update and is 50% off at $7.49.
  • Flipping Death: This one puts players in the role of the recently-deceased Penny. She’s filling in for Death himself and has to solve puzzles to learn about her own demise. The game’s price is down 70% to $6.99.

Here are the Best PC Halloween Game Deals for 2019

  • Hunt: Showdown: This first-person shooter mixes genres by having players compete to hunt down marks in a battle royale setting. It’s currently down to $27.99, which is a 30% discount.
  • Vampyr: The moral dilemmas of being a doctor and a vampire make this game an interesting twist for fans of horror stories. The 66% discount drops it to an easily recommendable price of $16.99.
  • Killing Floor 2: Players take on waves of monsters in this first-person shooter and fight off powerful boss creatures. Both the base game and its deluxe counterpart are down 50% to $19.99 and $19.99 each.

It’s worth noting that some of these discounts cross over to other platforms. That means that gamers can still get many of these deals no matter what they are playing on. On the flip side, the same isn’t true for the Nintendo Switch and its more limited third-party offerings.

This article was edited by Sam Bourgi.

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