Weekend PC game deals: A stealth classic to grab, a new VR bundle, and more

Weekend PC game deals is where the best gaming deals from all over the internet are brought together in one place, every week, for your consumption. So kick back, relax and keep your wallets.

Humble VR Voyager Bundle

Humble’s latest pack turned out to be a VR-focused pack, and like the previous times, it’s a comprehensive selection.

The Black Friday VR Voyager Bundle has no tiers, with a single $12 purchase required to get all 11 games included. The games are I Expect You to Die, Until You Fall, Sairento VR, Superhot VR, A Fisherman’s Tale, Shooty Fruity, The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets, The Wizards – Dark Times, Car Mechanic Sim VR, Cook-Out, and Acron: Attack of the Squirrels.

You have almost three weeks to decide if you want this bundle, with each game arriving as a Steam key. Keep in mind that all of these titles require a VR headset to play.

Epic Games Store Evil Dead and Dark Deity Free

The Epic Games Store also maintained its ever-reliable giveaway button this week with an upcoming free promotion touting copies of Evil Dead: The Game and dark deity.

Based on the movie franchise and TV show, the evil Dead The game features both co-op and asynchronous survival multiplayer action involving four survivors and a monster. Meanwhile, dark deity is a tactical RPG experience where you build and lead a team of four students in a fantasy war setting with a wide variety of class builds available.

There are still five days left to claim both titles, with Epic Games preparing to replace the current duo with a new freebie on November 24. EA Motives Star Wars: Squadrons will be next week’s giveaway.

Splinter Cell Ubisoft Contest

The giveaways don’t end there as Ubisoft also showed up with their own giveaway. Taking place in its own store, the original Splinter Cell by Tom Clancy who started the stealth series is currently free to claim until the end of the month.

Here, you play as experienced spy agent Sam Fisher, an agent from the Third Echelon wing of the NSA. The classic title features third-person stealth gameplay where players must be aware of light sources and sounds as they enter and exit hostile territories.

As part of the Ubisoft Store Black Friday sales, Burst cell can claim to be part of your Ubisoft Connect (Uplay) library.

Free events

Free events for the weekend

The free events space this week hosts games from three very different genres. The first on Steam is Tracklessa co-op track-building experience where you must harvest resources, beat random encounters, and overcome rough terrain while building an endless track to an ever-moving train.

At the same time, a multiplayer fighting game for Naruto fans has also arrived with a free event. Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker has you fight in teams of four against other teams in multiplayer with action straight from the anime. Finally, if you’re willing to try star citizenthe crowd-funded giant is also free to play currently.

big business

It’s the week before the Steam Fall Sale, and while you can save your wallet for this massive event, as in previous years, the discounts available now should mimic what’s to come. This weekend we have publisher discounts from Bandai Namco (Unfortunately not dark souls) and Capcom, a rare discount for Sekiro, and much more. Check out our handpicked highlights below:

DRM-free promotions

The GOG Store currently offers sales of classic and modern titles from Bethesda, EA and others; find a selection of highlights below:

Keep in mind that the availability and prices of certain offers may vary depending on the region you are in.


And that’s it for our pick of this weekend’s PC game deals for everyone, and I hope some of you have enough self-restraint not to break the bank by adding new games to your ever-increasing arrears. Of course, there are a huge number of other offers ready and waiting if you scour the interwebs enough, so keep your eyes peeled for those and have a great weekend.

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