Red Dead Redemption 2 And Shadow of the Tomb Raider For $70 (Xbox One)

Killer deal on two of the best recent games.


Here's a great deal on a pair of major recent releases. The Ebay seller Antonline (which is a legitimate seller that often has good deals) is selling brand-new copies of Red Dead Redemption 2 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider as a pair for $70. That's a fantastic deal, considering buying both games separately would normally cost $120. So if you've had your eye on these titles, you might as well get them now and save $50. Stock is limited, so you'll want to hurry. You can grab this deal here.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is the newest game from Rockstar. It's a prequel to the previous game, taking place in 1899 as the Van der Linde gang is on the run from the law and committing crimes as they make their way across a vast swath of America. In our Red Dead Redemption 2 review, Kallie Plagge wrote, "Red Dead Redemption 2 is an excellent prequel, but it's also an emotional, thought-provoking story in its own right, and it's a world that is hard to leave when it's done."

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which came out mid-September, continues the story begun in the 2013 series reboot. Here, Lara Croft goes on an adventure to stop a Mayan apocalypse that her tomb raiding set in motion. "Thankfully," Edmond Tran wrote in our Shadow of the Tomb Raider review, "the parts of Tomb Raider that make it really fantastic--uncovering the mystery of ancient ruins, solving impressive challenge tombs, and exploring exotic environments--are still here in Shadow, and they are just as outstanding as they have always been."

Even if you only want to play one of these games, this deal might be worth jumping on, because you can make more than $10 by selling or trading the other one in. Just don't wait too long, because stock could run out at any time.

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