GameStop's New Sale: Save On Overwatch, Xbox One S, More

Don't pay full price unless you have to.

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Every Wednesday, GameStop publishes its new weekly ad, offering a whole net set of deals on all things PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, including games, hardware, and collectibles. This week's ad is now up, so let's dig in and see what kind of money we can save this week.

To kick things off, all Xbox One S systems are on sale for $50 off. That means you can get 1TB bundles that come with Shadow of War, Sea of Thieves, or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for $250. Or, if you only need a 500GB hard drive (you can always plug in an external hard drive for more storage), you can get a Minecraft bundle or Forza Horizon 3 bundle for $230.

In terms of games, only one noteworthy title is launching this week: the Xbox One console exclusive State of Decay 2, which comes out May 22. It's not on sale, but you can pre-order the standard edition for $30 or the Ultimate Edition for $50. The Ultimate Edition lets you play four days early (May 18), gets you two DLC packs, and comes with a copy of State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition.

Now for the game deals. Overwatch and Middle-Earth: Shadow of War are both on sale for $30 on PS4 and Xbox One. Also $30 this week is the team-based shooter Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, which also happens to be free to play this weekend. And soccer fans may want to pick up FIFA 18 while it's on sale for $40 on both consoles.

Finally, if you're jazzed to see Deadpool 2, you can get 20% off all Deadpool toys, clothes, collectibles, and accessories.

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