As the nights draw in and begin to get colder, one thing is for certain: Gamesplanet will keep putting up incredible deals week after week. This week is no exception. The site has deals on games by Slitherine, indie darlings, and major triple-A titles alike. Here's a quick dive into what you can expect from this week's Gamesplanet sale.
Gamesplanet Weekly Deals - Slitherine
This week, it's UK developer Slitherine Software's turn to hog the spotlight. Conquer the ancient world in Aggressors: Ancient Rome (52% off). Alternately, try your hand at a more fantasy-tinged campaign of conquest in Warhammer 40,000: Gladius Complete Edition (48% off) or Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon (83% off). More historical strategy shenanigans await in Field of Glory II (58% off), while those of a more sci-fi mind should check out Battlestar Galactica Deadlock (68% off). Lastly, fast-forward all the way to World War II in Close Combat: Panthers in the Fog (79% off). These Slitherine deals are live until October 14th at 1 am PDT.
Gamesplanet Weekly Deals - Indies and AAAs
Lest you think this week is all about military strategy, think again. There's also a treasure trove of indies and AAA games to check out on Gamesplanet. Resident Evil 2 (43% off) is a pretty darn excellent remake that you shouldn't miss if you're a horror fan. There's also Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (80% off), so grab a buddy and blast through this high-octane horror shooter. I'll never miss the opportunity to bang the drum for the superb Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (60% off) either. Lastly, to round off our Gamesplanet highlights this week, indie curios Lust for Darkness (70% off) and Violett Remastered (90% off) are well worth a look.
That's not all, so if you want even more ridiculous deals, head over to Gamesplanet and see what you can dig up. I'll just be over here replaying Resident Evil 7 for the umpteenth time.
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