The Week's Best Deals On Video Games And Movies

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The week may be young, but we're already knee-deep in sales on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games. You can even find decent discounts on hardware like the Xbox One X and Nintendo 2DS XL. So if you're in the market for a new game or a new system, check out the sales below, because there's a fairly good chance you can find a deal on what you're after.

Multiplatform

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Fortnite players with Twitch Prime accounts can now pick up their free Fortnite skin and items in Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #2. PS4 and Xbox One owners who want to explore the open world of Hope County and shoot cult members in Far Cry 5 can do so for $40 thanks to a promotion going on now at Newegg. If you're looking for a different big game at a steeply discounted price, check out GameFly's used game sale. It has titles like Battlefield 1 and Injustice 2 on sale for a fraction of their normal prices. And GameStop's weekly sale is now live, including discounts on everything from the Destiny 2 Expansion Pass (which includes Warmind) and Fingerlings. Yes, Fingerlings.

PS4

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Sony has refreshed its weekly PlayStation Store sale with a whole bunch of new discounts on big games like Ghost Recon Wildlands and indie games like The Witness. And if you're in the market for a new DualShock 4 PS4 controller, you can get $11-$15 off of various colors at Newegg.

Xbox One

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This week, Amazon is running a massive sale on digital Xbox One games and expansions. It features big savings on tons of newer games, some of which don't often go on sale. Over at Best Buy, you can save money on Xbox One X-enhanced games with the purchase of an Xbox One X. Or, with this deal at Newegg, you can effectively save $60 when you buy an Xbox One X. Or, if you want to try your luck, you can enter to win one of five limited-edition Black Panther Xbox One X consoles.

Nintendo

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Want to save $20 on a Nintendo Switch? How about saving $15 on a Nintendo Labo kit? Newegg can help you out in either case. And if you've had your eye on a Nintendo Switch Pro controller, you can get one at Best Buy this week at a discount. Nintendo 3DS owners can save money at Target this week as well. Most of the best 3DS games currently in stock are part of a buy one, get one half off promotion, including recent Pokemon games and lots of Mario titles.

PC

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If you like free games, you'll want to pay attention. Right now you can get Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee and Yet Another Zombie Defense for free from Steam. You can also snag the excellent The Flame in the Flood for free from the Humble Store. Steam also has an appealing selection of games for up to 80% off during this week-long sale. Of particular note are the Far Cry games, on sale for 60% off, and the Mass Effect series.

Movies

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We can't play games all the time. Sometimes it's necessary and healthy to set down the controller and pick up a bowl of popcorn--because it's movie time. Best Buy is running a fine sale on Blu-rays, 4K UHDs, DVDs, and digital movies. Also, if you pre-order a Best Buy-exclusive Steelbook version of Black Panther, you'll get a great add-on that's worth $20. And if you're in the market for a 4K TV, Best Buy has a great one for $100 off, but it's Saturday, May 12 only.

That's it for now, but we'll keep updating this article with the latest and best deals on video games throughout the week.

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