If you’re a Grand Theft Auto Online fan playing on the PC, you’re in luck this week as GTA Online Shark Cards are significantly cheaper this week thanks to a GMG Easter Sale. It’s one of the best way to skip the grind, and yes, it is pay-to-win no matter how you spin it. Beyond GTA Online Shark Cards, tons of gaming titles are on the price chop block this week, with about 300 PC games on discount at up to 90% off. A full list of games broken down with price history can be found here, but below we’ve also listed the best of the bunch below.
Some other noteworthy deals we should highlight includes Capcom titles such as Resident Evil 7, now at only $37 and its new historic low price point for the Steam copy of the game. Following suit, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is also cheapest ever at $10. For turn-based strategy fan, Civilization VI at only $40 is an enticing pick up as well, and finally MMO/Elder Scrolls fans should consider The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition for $20 (or the base game at $12). Both are a good price point for the on-going MMORPG (expansion Morrowind coming soon later this Summer).
GTA V Online + Bundles
- Megalodon Shark Cash Card ($8,000,000) — $53.29 (list $100)
- Whale Shark Cash Card ($3,500,000) — $28.79 (list $50)
- Great White Shark Cash Card ($1,250,000) — $12.29 (list $20)
- Grand Theft Auto V Megalodon Bundle — $46.29 (list $136)
- Grand Theft Auto V Whale Bundle — $37.99 (list $99)
- Grand Theft Auto V Great White Bundle — $32.29 (list $76)
As a note: the three most expensive shark cards are on sale: the $8 mil Megalodon Shark Cash Card; the $3.5 mil Whale Shark Card; and finally the $1.25 mil Great White Shark Card. These are all at historic low price points for the PC copy of the game (to be added to your Rockstar Social Club account).
Funny enough, if you’re starting from scratch on GTA Online, you might as well AVOID the Megalodon cash card for $53.29 (even though it’s at its historic low price), this is because the Grand Theft Auto V Megalodon Bundle is now only $46.29, this gets you the game AND the $8 million in-game cash for $7 cheaper. Yep, that’s in-game currency for you.
Hot Capcom Deals
- Resident Evil 7 (Steam) — $36.99 (list $60)
- Resident Evil 7 Deluxe Edition (Steam) — $71.99 (list $90)
- Resident Evil Deluxe Origins Bundle (Steam) — $16.57 (list $40)
- Street Fighter V (Steam) — $16.57 (list $40)
- Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Steam) — $10.29 (list $25)
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (Steam) — $9.99 (list $30)
- Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition (Steam) — $8.79 (list $30)
- DMC: Devil May Cry (Steam) — $6.29 (list $30)
- Lost Planet 3 (Steam) — $4.29 (list $25)
- Civilization VI Digital Deluxe (Steam) — $50.99 (list $80)
- Civilization VI (Steam) — $40.79 (list $60)
- Hitman: The Complete First Season (Steam) — $25.57 (list $60)
- XCOM 2 (Steam) — $20.57 (list $60)
- The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition (PC Download) — $20.57 (list $50)
- DiRT Rally (Steam) — $19.79 (list $60)
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Steam) — $15.29 (list $60)
- Just Cause 3 (Steam) — $12.79 (list $60)
- Killing Floor 2 (Steam) — $12.29 (list $30)
- Rocket League (Steam) — $11.57 (list $20)
- Homefront: The Revolution (Steam) — $8.29 (list $40)
- Dead Island Definitive Edition (Steam) — $8.29 (list $20)
- Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition (Steam) — $6.57 (list $30)
- Thief (Steam) — $6.57 (list $30)
- Blackguards 2 (Steam) — $5.79 (list $35)
- Risen 3: Titan Lords Complete Edition (Steam) — $4.29 (list $20)
- Mad Max (Steam) — $4.29 (list $20)
- Kane and Lynch 2 (Steam) — $2.29 (list $10)
Capcom titles are some of the hottest deals in the sale, especially Resident Evil 7. The 2017 released Resident Evil is for the first time under the $40 mark making a new low by about $3 with a drop to $36.99. Impressive savings you might think of during Steam Winter Sale, but not on an off season for PC gaming discounts.
The GMG sale will run for about a week officially ending Tuesday, April 18 at 10AM Pacific. Notably, one title with a hot price, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20th Anniversary Edition, went out of stock after a few hours in the sale, so while these are great prices they are all not guaranteed to last the full length of the sale. (If you’re wondering how can digital games go out of stock, essentially the retailer has only secured a finite amount of copies at the reduced price from the publisher.)
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