MMO fans take note this week. Newly arrived Early Access title Conan Exiles is making big waves, as the open-world survival game is now squarely on top of the Top Seller list on Steam Store. Not only that, but you need not pay full price.
Indeed, GMG has launched an exclusive 20% off voucher code slashing the price to $24. This is the best price online as of writing and from a fully authorized Funcom distributor, no less.
- Conan Exiles (Steam) - $23.99 (list $30)
Use Voucher Code: DEALZON
- Guild Wars 2: Heart Of Thorns (ArenaNet) - $24.99 (list $50)
- Guild Wars 2: Heart Of Thorns Deluxe Edition (ArenaNet) - $37.49 (list $75)
- Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood - Digital Collector's Edition (Mog Station) - $49.79 (list $60)
- Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood (Mog Station) - $33.29 (list $40)
- ARK: Survival Evolved (Steam) - $9.89 (list $30)
- ARK: Scorched Earth - Expansion Pack (Steam) - $9.79 (list $20)
- The Secret World (Steam) - $7.49 (list $30)
Conan isn't the only MMO on sale this week. Arena Net doesn't want to take the spotlight off their baby Guild Wars 2. The still-popular RPG is half price this week making the Standard Edition a $25 purchase or the Collector's $37.49. The promotion is tying in with the arrival of chapter 4, the latest content for the current season.
Last month Square Enix began releasing more an more info on its upcoming expansion Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood and now she's available for pre-order... and of course, at a discount. Yep, GMG has stepped in once again with a 17% instant mark down for both the Standard or the Collector's Edition if you buy through them. We still have a ways before its June 20 launch, but it beats paying full price.
On Steam Store, ARK: Survival Evolved is cheaper this week than it was during the 2016 Steam Winter sale. The dino riding survival title is priced under $10 for the first time along with its expansion ARK: Scorched Earth.
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