Weekend PC Game Deals: Battle your way through RPG bundles and more

Weekend PC Game Deals is where the hottest gaming deals from all over the internet are gathered into one place, every week, for your consumption. So kick back, relax, and hold on to your wallets.

Humble Monthly Bundle has gone through with its scheduled refresh, meaning there's a brand new early unlock game to check out. Replacing the previous duo is Harebrained Schemes' BattleTech, the turn-based tactical mech battling title.

The price tag is $12 as usual, which gets you the early unlock immediately and you are also guaranteed another collection titles, which will all add up to over $100 worth of games in the end, per Humble.

These hidden games will be unlocked and delivered to subscribers on October 4, ending the current rotation of games. Subscribers also gain access to other perks like an extra discount of up to 20% on Humble Store purchases and access to the cache of DRM-free titles on the Humble Trove.

The next games Humble has decided to bundle up are RPGs, or at least titles with RPG elements. Sticking to the usual formula, the Humble RPG Bundle has three tiers of items to go through.

For $1 you get Hiveswap: Act 1, Immortal Planet, and Deep Sky Derelicts. Hitting the pay more than the average tier is when you start getting the heavy hitters, adding on Obsidian's Pillars of Eternity and Tyranny RPGs, along with Cat Quest. This will set you back around $4.40 currently.

The final tier carries only Borderlands Game of the Year Enhanced edition, coming with upgrades like better graphics and a minimap over the original, which is yours for $15, in addition to all the games from previous tiers.

Jumping over to another store, don't forget that Fanatical's Revolution Bundle from last week is still going strong, offering you Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and eight more games for $12.99.

Returning with another giveaway is Epic Games, with the company making free two more games this week through its store.

In the giveaway slots this week are the platformer The End Is Nigh from the mind behind Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac, as well as Abzu, an adventure game where you play as a diver in a vast, explorable and puzzle-filled ocean.

September 12 is when the duo will be replaced by a giveaway for Conarium, the Lovecraftian horror title. Of course, all of these requires you to have an Epic Games Store account.

Free events

The selection of games that have gone free-to-play just for this weekend is headlined by Kingdom Come: Deliverance, an RPG that throws you headfirst into medieval Bohemia during a civil war.

The turn-based 4X titles Endless Space 2 and Endless Legend from Amplitude Studios are having free weekends also, giving you a choice between space and land to begin your empire building. These are joined by the NIS-developed JRPG Phantom Brave.

Surprisingly, the final game having a free event this weekend is Madden NFL 20 on EA's Origin store, which is accessible by clicking the "Try it now" button on its store page.

Big Deals

With the beginning of the weekend arrives a wide assortment of sales, and as usual, we have a selection of handpicked games for your perusing that are having specials right now.

DRM-free Goodness

Now, with all those out of the way, let's have a look at some of the DRM-free deals that are on offer this weekend. The specials on the GOG store this weekend are all about management and tycoon games. See our highlights below:

Keep in mind that availability and pricing for some deals may vary depending on the region you're in.


And that is it for our pick of this weekend's PC game deals folks, and hopefully, at least some of you had enough self-restraint these weeks to not empty your wallet adding new games to your backlogs. Of course, there are still some other deals ready and waiting all over the internet if you search through it hard enough, so keep your eyes open for those, and have a great weekend.

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