Bank holiday deals: great gaming discounts

Digging out the best bank holidays bargains

Bank holiday weekends, mean bank holiday deals to us. This is a great time to highlight some great bargains for you gamers.

We've managed to find significant discounts on some brand new releases and a few titles you may have missed in recent times - which makes finding that special deal all the more rewarding. Keep an eye on this list over the bank holiday as we'll add anything that catches our eye to it if and when it pops up on our dealsradar.

Uncharted 4: Get the critically acclaimed final adventure for Nathan Drake and the gang for the lowest price by miles at ShopTo's eBay - Uncharted 4 £33.99. UPDATE: Another eBay site has joined the fray at £32.99.

Doom: After so many years in development, it's a relief to see that Doom has nailed both the campaign and multiplayer. The snap-map map builder is also pretty cool. We're loving this standout sub-£30 deal too. Doom on PS4 and Xbox One £29.95.

Overwatch: Blizzard's shooter has seriously impressed so far, keeping the price stubbornly high. ShopTo are the only store selling the game for under £40 on PS4 and Xbox One though. Overwatch - £39.85.

Battleborn: Exceptionally poor timing on Gearbox's part releasing this so close to Overwatch. That said, slow sales have smacked that price down. So if you enjoyed the recent beta, grab yourself a discounted copy. Battleborn £26 on PS4 / Battleborn £27.95 on Xbox One.

Ratchet and Clank: Insomniac's reimagined take on the action platformer classic turned out to be fantastic fun for old and new fans alike. It's never been cheaper either. Ratchet and Clank on PS4 - £19.99.

Just Cause 3: Making a case for the most explosive game ever made, Just Cause 3 should be on your list if you like lush open world games, skydiving and making things go BOOM! It's about a fiver cheaper at Amazon. Just Cause 3 (PS4) - £19.58 (£21.57 non Prime).

PES 2016: Not a fan of EA's take on the beautiful game? PES is back on form after a poor run on the last generation of consoles. Grab a cheeky discount bargain and find out why. PES 2016 (Xbox One) - £16.

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: You still haven't played The Witcher 3? Don't worry if you haven't played the other games in the series as the story is very accessible and the action is much improved over the last two games too. Witcher 3 (PS4) - £17.99, Witcher 3 (XO) - £17.99.

Homefront: the Revolution: Anyone that played the beta could tell you this wasn't shaping up great, but at least a patch is coming soon to fix the sluggish frame-rate. It's best played in co-op though, then the pain can be shared. GC are a tenner cheaper than anyone else on PS4. Homefront: the Revolution PS4 - £24.95.

Dirt Rally: Rally fans have had little to shout about so far on this gen's consoles but Codemaster's has finally brought their rally revamp to consoles and thankfully Ken Block is nowhere in sight. Be warned, this is a tough beast of a game, with no rewinds - McRae would have approved. Dirt Rally £34.99 on PS4.

Lego Jurassic World: With four movies given the Lego treatment, it's no surprise that this will take over 30 hours to hoover up all those collectibles. Don't expect to see Samuel L. Jackson's severed arm anywhere though! Lego Jurassic World on PS4 - £14.69.

Splatoon: Get involved while you still can as this is most fun when played online. Think a third-person shooter crossed with Tony Hawk's graffiti mode, and you're close to the genius of Splatoon. Other sites are selling this for over £20. Splatoon - £15.79.

Trackmania Turbo: Talk about the cure for the common racer. Trackmania Turbo would have Speed Racer struggling to keep its super quick F1-style cars on tracks designed with two fingers stuck up towards the rules of gravity and safety regulations. It's £6 cheaper at ShopTo. Trackmania Turbo £17.85 on PS4 and Xbox One.

DualShock 4: The camo model PlayStation 4 controller has been stuck way over £40 for a while, but it's received a nice discount today. Grey Camo DualShock 4 - £39.85. See the best prices for the other DualShock 4 colours here.

The Division: Ubisoft's online shooter has recently received an update, making The Dark Zone extra fun for all you back stabbin' types. It's good to see prices coming down on both formats now too from Amazon and Game Collection. The Division (PS4) £31.99 and The Division (Xbox One) - £29.95.

Star Fox Zero: This could be one of the last big exclusives on the Wii U as Nintendo seem to be pulling support at an alarming rate. This is one of the cheapest prices we've seen though. StarFox Zero - £21.99.

Zelda: Wind Waker HD: A HD remaster worth buying? It certainly is and a delight for newcomers and series fans alike and this is one the best prices yet on the Wii U from Amazon - Zelda: Wind Waker HD - £14 (£15.98 (Non-Prime).

Zelda: Twilight Princess HD: With most retailers sticking close the £30 mark, this is comfortably the best deal for the Wii U remaster of the old classic. Zelda: Twilight Princess HD - £21.99.

Shadow Warrior: This FPS is a homage to the glory gory days past with some slicey dicey combat thrown in for the hell of it too. With a lead hero called Wang, expect some juvenile humour, but I deny you not to smirk along with all the puns. And look at that price. Shadow Warrior £4.95 on Xbox One.

Consoles

We've just updated our console bundles page with the most recent offers, including the best bank holiday deals. Head on over via the link below:

The best PS4 deals in the UK in May 2016

The best Xbox One deals in May 2016

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