Popular digital retailer GMG has themed up with Intel to run a "Game with Intel Core i7" PC game sale. The marketing spin seems to be a stretch at best - because honestly you don't need an Intel CPU to play any of these games, let alone a Core i7 - but the deals are still great.
Choice pick in the sale includes Batman: Arkham Knight for only $10 (login to see full discount). While the PC port didn't exactly meet expectations, the current version of the game may be worth the $10 admission fee for fans of the Batman Arkham series. Another good deal in the sale batch would be Rocket League being priced at only $11.29, and finally another new low price in Street Fighter V which is only $28.79.
GMG/Intel PC Game Sale
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- Tom Clancy's The Division (Uplay) - $38.29 (list $60)
- Far Cry: Primal (Uplay) - $33.29 (list $60)
- Street Fighter V (Steam) - $28.79 (list $60)
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege (Uplay) - $21.29 (list $50)
- Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen (Steam) - $16.29 (list $30)
- Rocket League (Steam) - $11.29 (list $20)
- Batman: Arkham Knight (Steam) - $10.29 (list $30)
- Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY (Steam) - $9.57 (list $45)
- Euro Truck Simulator 2 (Steam) - $5.99 (list $25)
The sale will run through September 05 at 12pm Eastern. As you can see above, the games are an assortment of Uplay and Steam keys. The Tom Clancy's The Division deal has been slightly cheaper before at about $32 (versus the current $38) - so if you prefer waiting on the sideline for a deeper saving, that may not be such a bad idea (we're expecting the game to reach 50% off eventually as holiday season nears).
For those that missed out on the $6 Bundle Stars deal for Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition, this is an okay second chance to pick up the game for cheap. But given it has reached the $6 threshold before, waiting for this to drop may also not be such a bad idea.