We like cheap PC components and accessories. But you know what we like even more? Expensive PC components and accessories that are on sale! Each week, we have our bargainmeisters bring you a list of the best component, accessory, and software sales for PC gamers.
Some highlights of this week: Rainbow Six: Siege is that latest game to get a discounter physical copy, after Fallout 4 and Call of Duty last week. Tales of Zestiria is also on sale again, though more heavily than previous times. And you can pick up classic adventure game Syberia or its sequel for only $1 each. On the hardware side, a G.Skill keyboard is discounted for both its Cherry MX Red and Brown version. There’s an Asus IPS monitor for right around $100. And we have a few returning deals from last week, including the Logitech G502 Proteus Core mouse.
— The Corsair Graphite Series 230T Orange with Window mid-tower case is nearly half its usual price, at $50 on Amazon.
— The PowerColor PCS+ Radeon R9 390 GPU is down to $270 on Newegg after a $20 rebate.
— The Asus VN248H-P 23.8” IPS monitor is only $110 on Newegg after a $20 rebate, and only until January 27th.
— The ASRock Z97 Extreme3 LGA 1150 Intel ATX motherboard is also still at $80 on Newegg after a $20 rebate.
— Early access RTS Offworld Trading Company is $20 on GamersGate.
— Tales of Zestiria is $33.49 on GamersGate.
— Rainbow Six: Siege is down to $40 on Gamestop.com, but only if you don’t mind ordering the physical version.
— The League of Legends Starter Pack—which includes 8 champions, IP/XP boosts, and more—is completely free on Amazon! Though you do need to play on League of Legends’ NA server to redeem it.
— You can still pre-order XCOM 2 for $48 on the Golden Joystick Store. As usual, we generally recommend you wait for our full review before pre-ordering a game. But if you’ve truly made up your mind already, 20% off is going to be hard to beat for a while. Besides, we’ve had a chance to play the full build already and like it a lot so far.
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