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5 Best Gaming Deals in SA this Weekend

Check out the best specials on games and peripherals.

Jeremy Proome



Whether you’re looking to pick up a decent console deal or hungry for the next game to add to your library, we’ve rounded up some of the best deals on offer from local online and physical retailers:

Deathloop | PS5 (Loot) – R410

From Arkane Studios, the team behind the much-loved Dishonored series, comes Deathloop, a first-person shooter which adds a time-loop element to the already super-slick gunplay. The game didn’t set the world on fire, but it does provide some great shooting, an intriguing story, and some clever Hitman-style routes to wiping your targets out.

Check out the special here.

Rugby 22 – PS5 | PS4 | Xbox One (Loot) – R485

Rugby 22 may not be the definitive rugby game we’ve been waiting for or the spiritual successor to Rugby 08 that so many gamers want, but it’s a different spin on the rugby sim genre, giving you a lot of tools and customisation to play a tactical game of rugby and will scratch that itch of true rugby purists. If you’re willing to give it a try and have some patience with its mechanics, there’s a lot to enjoy with Rugby 22.

Check out the special here.

PS5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset (Incredible Connection) – R1,699

If you’ve had your eye on some PS5 headphones and can’t decide which to grab, the official Pulse 3D headset from Sony themselves is on special from Incredible Connection.

Check out the special here.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (NexusHub) – R549

It’s safe to say that Insomniac don’t make bad games, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart doesn’t break that notion. It’s a fantastic return for Playstation’s beloved lombax and robot duo, who bring with them a new playable heroine in Rivet, a counterpart of Ratchet from a different dimension. The platforming is as snappy and enjoyable as ever, the levels are whacky and quirky, the humour is Pixar-esque, and the franchise-favourite weapons are zanier than ever. For the price, it’s a steal.

Check out the special here.

The Last of Us: Part II (Loot) – R389

The Last of  Us Part II is a tragedy from start to finish; but that’s not because it’s a bad game, but because it’s sombre, visceral, provocative, and pulls on your heartstrings when you least expect it. Much like its predecessor, this is not a game that’ll leave you feeling warm and fluffy inside, but rather leave you questioning who the real monsters of The Last of Us‘ post-apocalyptic world are.

Check out the special here.

*Prices correct at time of publication.

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