Fanatical Black Friday Sale – Day 1

Fanatical has today launched its Black Friday Sale, featuring 1,500 discounted Steam games on day one and over 2,000 deals landing across the week-long event.

With up to 91% off, you’ll be able to save big on some of 2018’s best AAA and indie titles, as well as jam-packed bundles and popular PC games.

Fanatical Black Friday Sale - Day 1

Become the famous Caped Crusader and make Gotham City your playground in the action-adventure Batman: Arkham Knight (-75%), hunt down gigantic monsters in the New World and craft armor from your fallen foes in the award-winning Monster Hunter: World (-26%), and expand your empire while going head-to-head with history’s greatest leaders in turn-based strategy Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (-75%).

Fan of survival horrors? Newcomers and veterans of the Resident Evil franchise can save big on a number of games from the series, including the terrifying first-person RESIDENT EVIL 7 biohazard Gold Edition (-45%) – including all of the Season Pass content – as well as the Resident Evil 4 & 5 Gold Pack (-77%), featuring the HD Ultimate Edition of Resident Evil 4 and the Gold Edition of Resident Evil 5!

Also included in the Black Friday Sale is the recently released HITMAN 2 (-15%), fantasy strategy Total War: WARHAMMER II (-37%) and the open-world RPG Middle-earth: Shadow of War – Definitive Edition (-60%), which includes the base game and all expansions.

As if these awesome prices weren’t enough, Fanatical is giving you the chance to save an extra 10% off sale prices by using the BLACKFRIDAY10 discount coupon. In addition to this great discount, you’ll also receive an email coupon for 15% off your next purchase when you buy any game from the sale – hurry as this offer ends on November 30th at 11:59pm (GMT).

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