The Best Game Deals Of The Week: Steam Sale, Switch, PS4, And Xbox One (US Only)

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Listen up, deal hunters. Now that the week is in full swing, let's take a moment to appraise the deals that have gone live this week and see what kinds of savings we can wrangle. No matter your platform of choice, from PS4 and PC to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, you can find great deals on great games. Read on to learn about all the best sales going on right now, along with highlights for some of the biggest savings.

Multiplatform

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Killing Floor 2 is free to play on Xbox One and PS4 this weekend. It's a co-op shooter about taking down zombies (or "zeds") in a post-apocalyptic version of Europe. More info here.

PS4

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As usual, a handful of PS4 and PS3 games are on sale this week on the PlayStation Store (ending June 25). In particular, you can get games from the Call of Duty and Sonic series for cheap. Here are some of our picks, or check here for the full slate of PlayStation deals.

Nintendo Switch and 3DS

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Some fine games are on sale in the Nintendo Eshop for both Switch and 3DS. Below are some of our picks for games you can get great deals on right now. You can find more here.

Xbox One

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Microsoft has refreshed its weekly Xbox sale, with a number of games getting discounts, including a whole swatch of Telltale's adventure games. And if you haven't played Diablo 3 on console yet, this deal is the one you didn't know you've been waiting for. The sale ends June 25.

PC

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The Steam Summer Sale has begun. Below are some of the best deals we've found on big PC games. You can find more here. Or, if you're looking to save money on creative indie games, check out Itch.io's big Summer Sale.

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