Razer accessories with 32% discount, Far Cry Los reduced 70 euros and many offers in hunting bargains
We opened the week with news as shocking as Kiki Wolfkill’s statements about the Halo saga and the upcoming Bethesda-Redmond purchase, discussing what this means for the industry; With that in mind, we’re going back another week with our hunting bargains, the section where we review the best deals we could find this week.
Deals on gamer accessories
This week’s accessories and peripherals are clearly aimed at PC gamers, largely due to the large number of offerings we’ve seen on desktop peripherals from Razer and other brands. This is the most interesting thing we found:
- Razer DeathAdder V2 mouse for 64.99 euros (original price 79.98 euros). We’re opening the list with one of the most iconic mice on the market, at least essentially, as this is its second major numerical review with a better sensor and some improvements in construction that set it apart from the “Pro” model that ours captures has received attention in this series so far.
- Razer Mamba Elite Mouse for 64.99 euros (original price 99.99 euros). Although it is temporarily sold out, we can still get this fantastic Razer mouse at a reduced price, which is also one of its most peculiar models in terms of form factor and performance due to its own mechanical switches.
- Razer Kiyo webcam for 99.98 euros (original price 149 euros). We can get the popular Razer camera at the original price, which only happens from time to time due to the fluctuations in inventory in our country; It is capable of transmitting 1080p with good sharpness, it includes a face focus in its structure to enhance our image, as well as a dial to regulate its heat.
- Razer BlackWidow V3 Mechanical Keyboard (Green Switch) for 129.98 euros (original price 149.99 euros). The new version of the popular Razer mechanical keyboard has everything that characterizes this model, such as:
- Aukey KM-G12 mechanical keyboard (Blue Switches) for 49.99 euros (original price 54.99 euros). Apart from the articles of the three-headed viper, we have reduced this keyboard from Aukey, which has already appeared on other occasions, in this section because it seems to us a highly interesting option, mainly due to its construction and the inclusion of under 50 euros mechanical switches blue
- Creative SXFI gamer headphones for 99.99 euros (original price 129.99 euros). Based on the model of the same name, but with a built-in microphone, these wireless headphones convince us for their current price above all with their sound profile, their good instrument separation – despite the closed and wireless design – and their software, which make them a highly configurable option.
- ASUS ROG Strix Fusion 500 headphones for 137.95 euros (original price 179.95 euros). At their original price, these Asus headphones would be pretty impressive, but not a buy recommendation; However, its current lowers the most interesting longings in our eyes by being on the same level as other less interesting alternatives, as a result of the inclusion of a high fidelity DAC, correct virtualization of surround sound for games and a good battery.
- SanDisk Extreme Pro external storage (1TB SSD) for 169.99 euros (original price 258.67 euros). For those who want to conveniently carry their game library with them or who don’t want their titles to take up the majority of their internal storage, an external option can be a good solution. If so, you will be interested to know that this SanDisk unit is reasonably priced right now, has 1TB capacity, and reads around 1050MB / s over USB-C.
- Homiee waterproof anti-theft backpack for 28.56 euros (original price 36.95 euros). An unusual entry in our list of accessories, this Homiee anti-theft backpack is currently on sale, has good workmanship, an external battery included in the scope of delivery, compartments for our equipment and devices – we recommend the central one for our Nintendo Switch – and one Headphone pass for convenient use.
Deals on gaming laptops
When it comes to laptops, we have three suggestions with last-generation hardware as it is difficult to find new laptops at discounts; Nevertheless, we are satisfied with the range of models presented.
- MSI GL65 Leopard (10SFSK-280XES) for 1,369.99 euros (original price 1,899.99 euros). The same model, but in a different store, was one of the standout notebooks of our last week; Even today it still seems like a very interesting proposition, even though the new graphics are on the market. It has a combination of RTX 2070 Super plus i7-10750H processor as the main hardware, a correct screen with high refresh, 16 GB of RAM, 1 TB of internal storage and some fine finishes that complete the equipment.
- Asus ROG Strix Laptop (G712LV-H7077) for 1,299.99 euros (original price 1,899 euros). Although it’s already rare to find at factory price, we liked that we can find this Asus model today, which includes an Nvidia RTX 2060 as the main graphics, an i7-10750H as the central processor, 32 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage- SSD.
- HP Pavilion Gaming 15 (EC1012NS) for 859 euros (original price 999 euros). This small reduction makes this simple HP model even more attractive in our eyes as a notebook for everyday use, in which you can play properly if necessary, the result of the inclusion of a GTX 1650 Ti as the main graphics and a Ryzen 4800H as the processor for the computer.
PlayStation game deals
Sony has great deals this week, most notably from its virtual store, which is involved in a promotional campaign for indie titles and some AAA specific companies. This is the most interesting thing we saw this time:
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Gold (Digital; PS4 and PS5) for 74.99 euros (original price 99.99 euros). The latest installment in this popular third-person action saga is back on sale; This time around, it’s the Gold Edition, which includes all of the content available for the title since its release, as well as the PS4 to PS5 conversion with improvements to match.
- Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (Digital; PS4 and PS5) for 54.74 euros (original price 74.99 euros). The new entry in the long-running Call of Duty franchise is one of the most complete pieces of it, with game modes salvaged from previous titles, a formidable story mode, and all of the action that sets the Activision franchise apart.
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint (Digital; PS4) for 29.99 euros (original price 119.99 euros). This series of Ubisoft titles is usually sold very often, moments when we take the opportunity to recommend it for the good hours it can offer at its current price, especially with a friend.
- Borderlands 3 (Physical; PS4) for 9.90 euros (original price 29.90 euros). This new entry from the popular loot shooter hasn’t lost an iota of everything that has made the saga since its inception, and continues to add more and more to what makes it special, for better or for worse; If you liked any of the previous editions, or if you want to play Borderlands for the first time, the current price is very attractive.
- Sackboy A Big Adventure (Physical; PS4) for 50.10 euros (original price 58.21 euros). This platform for Sony consoles is a breath of fresh air for the Media Molecule rag doll who, while having no direct brand impact, we think Sumo Digital’s work is equally remarkable.
- Wolfenstein Alt History Collection (Physical; PS4) for 24.99 euros (original price 26.99 euros). The modern makeover of this mythical shooter has been around for a few years, but it’s still a fun title with frenzied action and a macabre sense of humor that we still really like. This collection includes the first and second titles and their most important extensions.
Xbox game offerings
As usual, the offering area for Microsoft consoles is heavily influenced by the sales we can find in the Redmond Virtual Store, which we like because it acts as a bridge between all of its platforms.
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition (Digital) for 29.99 euros (original price 59.99 euros). The action-adventure title, which is based on the galaxy far, far away, is available again in the Microsoft Virtual Store; again, in the deluxe edition, the most complete we can purchase.
- Destroy all people! (Digital) for 25.99 euros (original price 39.99 euros). Perhaps not with all the glitz that this already classic THQ deserves, its remastering lets us once again enjoy its crazy proposal, visual humor, and simple but effective mechanics that made it a popular title.
- A Way Out (digital) for 7.49 euros (original price 29.99 euros). What better way to prepare for the new adventure of Josef Farres than to play his previous work. A Way Out is another playable experience that wins whole numbers when we do it in the company of a friend.
- Far Cry 5 + Far Cry New Dawn (Digital) lot for 29.99 euros (original price 99.99 euros). The last two episodes of this popular Ubisoft saga are in …