Ubisoft's other Assassin's Creed game is coming to PC in one week to the day - and you can save a bundle by pre-ordering for only £17.95!
You'll need to like CDKeys on Facebook and use the voucher code for your extra 5% discount using the widget at the top of the store page.
It's a screaming deal for a game that far surpasses Unity in terms of fun factor, letting you play as a Templar with advanced technology and a tricked-out combat ship to die for. It's a great new perspective on the series and an absolute steal at under £18. Here's hoping that it's a half-decent port.
Grand Theft Auto: The Complete Package contains GTA III, Vice City, San Andreas, GTA IV and its excellent DLC, though there's some confusion as to whether it also contains GTA 1 and 2. It probably does, though it might be as well to expect the worst. We once saw it cheaper with a shortlived voucher code, but this is still a killer price for a great collection. Thanks jaystan!
Missed out on the sub-£15 Sleeping Dogs deals over the last few weeks? Well every dog has its day, because ShopTo are back in stock for the PS4 version.
It's a smart bargain if you haven't played it before, as you'll get the artbook too, though value is significantly decreased if you've played the cheaper last-gen or PC versions to death already. Thanks Buzz!
Ready to get re-elected, mister or miss president? Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Edition + Gat Out Of Hell is only £20.00 on PS4 and Xbox One.
You'll need to use Rakuten voucher code MARGIFT10.
Saints Row IV is as brilliant, anarchic and deceptively clever fun now as it ever was,and Base.com have rustled up a seriously tasty bargain. £20.99 will net you both the Re-Elected Edition, Gat Out Of Hell expansion and the Devil's Workshop DLC, which is a seriously good haul. Thanks shawtom!
Ready to get re-elected? Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Edition + Gat Out Of Hell is only £20.99 on PS4 and Xbox One.
Saints Row IV is as brilliant, anarchic and deceptively clever fun now as it ever was, and Base.com have rustled up a seriously tasty bargain. £20.99 will net you both the Re-Elected Edition, Gat Out Of Hell expansion and the Devil's Workshop DLC, which is a seriously good haul. Thanks Turkey!
Batman: Arkham Knight may not be out until June, but chances are you're already champing at the bat. I mean, bit. To stoke the flames, Rocksteady have released a new trailer entitled "Gotham Is Mine," giving us another look at the gorgeous Gotham sandbox as well as the two deadly enemies trying to bring it to its knees.
Want to pre-order? You can currently buy Arkham Knight for £44.75 on PS4 and Xbox One (Amazon are a few pence dearer but are more likely to deliver on time). The Batman: Arkham Knight Amazon Exclusive Edition with Batman memorial statue is still in stock on Xbox One too.
Meanwhile, if you need to catch up on the previous games, you can still buy the Batman: Arkham Trilogy for £10 on PS3 or PC.
What did you make of the trailer? Excited for Arkham Knight? Be sure to catch up on our Batman: Arkham Knight hands-on preview and sound off in the comments!
Ubisoft's other Assassin's Creed game is coming to PC in two week's time to the day - and you can save a bundle by pre-ordering for only £18.99!
It's a screaming deal for a game that far surpasses Unity in terms of fun factor, letting you play as a Templar with advanced technology and a tricked-out combat ship to die for. It's a great new perspective on the series and an absolute steal at only £18.99. Thanks Connoreeyuh!
There are a couple of points worth noting, though. First of all, Ubisoft famously deactivated a number of Uplay codes last month, but they were bought using stolen credit cards and CDKeys care about the providence of their codes. Secondly, though, Ubisoft are also famous for limp PC ports, so here's hoping that this is an exception. Alternatively you can buy Assassin's Creed Unity for £17.99 on Xbox 360.
Make sure to like CDKeys on Facebook and use the voucher code for the extra discount. You'll find the widget at the top of the store page.
Dying Light genuinely socked me out of nowhere. What I expected to be a severe disappointment given Techland's track record is actually one of my favourite games of the last few months, a great big parkour sandbox that feels fresh, unique and exciting in both the sandbox and zombie genres. Either way. less than £23 is a serious steal for the PC version. Thanks to Scoobyz @ HUKD, and to gooner for tipping us off!
Make sure to use Rakuten Voucher Code FEBGIFT10.
Matt describes this zombie sandbox as "a diamond in the rough that really empowers you to revel in the design aspects of its zombie-infested sandbox" in our full Dying Light review. I've finally found a little time to play it, and frankly, I've fallen in love with Dying Light and would recommend it wholeheartedly.
Surprisingly great left-field game, and the second-best thing Techland has ever made after Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger.
Far Cry 4 is fantastic fun and a shining light in an otherwise horrific year for Ubisoft. Better yet, the swagtastic Kyrat Edition is only £39.99 on PS4 or £34.99 on PS3.
You'll get the game along with a Pagan Min figurine, travel journal, DLC, poster, map and more inside a massive box. Thanks to benrelics @ HUKD and neotrix for the tip!
Alternatively the Far Cry 4 standard edition is less than £30 on PS4 and Xbox One.
If you have a Smyths Toys store near to you and are looking to get hold of Disney Infinity, you're in luck. The price has been slashed to just £25, undercutting the next cheapest deal over at Amazon by a fiver, although with it being click-and-collect you'll have to pick it at your chosen store. Along with the base game you'll get figures of Stitch and Brave's Merida, a webcode to uplock digital content online, and a poster. Be sure to read our Disney Infinity 2.0 review for more info. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
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Let's start with the bad news. Dying Light is out of stock at £30.95 on PS4 following the mega-deal this morning.
Now for the good news. You can now get Dying Light for £30.00 on PS4, saving an extra 95p!
The Xbox One version is also in stock at the same price.
Make sure to use Rakuten Voucher Code FEBGIFT10!
Matt describes this zombie sandbox as "a diamond in the rough that really empowers you to revel in the design aspects of its zombie-infested sandbox" in our full Dying Light review. If you're looking to pre-order the console versions rather than the mod-friendly PC version, this is a stonking price ahead of the February 27th release date.
GTA V has fallen by another £2 on PS4 since this morning, now that Simply Games have joined in the Rakuten voucher code shenanigans.
Click here to buy this cheap PS4 deal!
Remember to use Rakuten voucher code FEBGIFT10. Though we're holding out for the Grand Theft Auto V PC, this is very tempting indeed.
Saints Row IV is as brilliant, anarchic and deceptively clever fun now as it ever was. If you want to buy the new Xbox One version that includes all the DLC and the new Gat Out Of Hell expansion, Simply Games' eBay outlet are the cheapest around and undercut Zavvi by a Quid.
A storming deal even if Gat Out Of Hell is a bit disappointing. Thanks Turkey!
For my money, Dead Rising 3 was the best launch title the Xbox One had to offer. Instead of bringing the graphics, it brought the fun and brought it hard as you fought the zombie apocalypse with all manner of crazy weapons and ridiculous outfits. It's a steal at £21 delivered, thanks ScoobyZ!
I got a huge kick out of Infamous: Second Son. It might not win any awards for originality, but it's a fun little Seattle-based superhero sandbox, and well worth picking up if you've burned through all of your Christmas games on PS4.
Click here to read our Infamous: Second Son review. A tip of the cap to miguelgoncalves11 for the spot!
Matt describes this zombie sandbox as "a diamond in the rough that really empowers you to revel in the design aspects of its zombie-infested sandbox" in our full Dying Light review. If you're dying to get your hands on it, check out this seriously cheap PC deal. It's only a flash sale so get on it fast.
I've got a bit of a soft spot for Watch Dogs in spite of its boring protagonist and needless content bloat. Sift through the repetitive mission design and there are some cool tidbits to be found, and turning the city of Chicago into your personal hacker playground is pretty awesome. Stick on some blues, crank the volume up to eleven, and engage in some of the most satisfying car chases since Criterion last made a game. Cheers Buzz!
I'm being chased by men with guns, which seems particularly unfair given that all I have is a loose piece of plumbing equipment being gently warmed by a battery duct-taped to one end. But Dying Light isn't really a game that wants you to fight very often; it would much prefer that you run.
So off I tear, racing down side streets and narrow alleyways, gently nudging the right bumper to kick off towards nearby ledges, scrambling over fences and rooftops, and dodging legions of the walking dead, occasionally sliding between the festering legs of these shambling zombies to deliver the odd crunchy powerslide attack... because it feels good. I race to the top of a high building and realise that I've inadvertently solved my earlier problem. The men with guns are now being ripped to shreds by the undead masses.
The sun is going down, and the vision below me is captivating. Gory, disgusting, and peppered with sickening squelchy sounds, but undeniably beautiful to me with my slim sliver of health.
I'm really enjoying this game, and that's not something I really thought much during my first few hours with Dying Light.Click here to read more...
Grab an Xbox One console with Assassin's Creed: Unity and Black Flag for £289.99 from Amazon. Click here to buy >>
Argh me hearties! These be Black Friday prices in February! If pirates and Paris are your thing, not to mention a spot of clandestine stabby action, then this is definitely the deal for you. It's nice to see prices falling further for this Xbox One bundle, especially now that the Rakuten £245 Xbox deal has expired.
If you're done faffing with voucher codes, though, and just fancy the ease of clicking maybe two links and having everything sent to you without any hassle, then this is a damn fine price for the bundle. Cheers FantasyDeals!
Remember, if these games don't float your boat, you can get a white Xbox One with Sunset Overdrive, Minecraft, and a £10 gift voucher for Argos for £299.99!