Weekend PC Game Deals: Early Black Friday discounts and last chance to grab Destiny 2

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.

Dystopian games are the flavor of the week on Humble for its new bundle.

The eight games strong collection comes with the usual three-tier split, and paying anything over $1 gets you Tokyo 42, Beholder, Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You, and Distrust.

Going over the average amount (currently under $5) will add on Rain World, 60 Seconds!, and the Orwell sequel Ignorance is Strength. And lastly, the cyberpunk psychological horror title Observer is available in the $15 tier. Rainworld and Observer soundtracks are also included.

And speaking of bundles, the Fanatical store has a couple of new ones that might spark your interest too. The Sandbox Bundle has Jalopy, Tracks - The Train Set Game, Flashing Lights, and Shoppe Keep 2 for $4.99, while the Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation Bundle is available for $7.99 and $12.99, with both tiers coming with the base game plus varying amounts of DLC packs.

This is the final chance you will have to grab a free copy of Destiny 2 - unless Activision brings the promotion back that is. The Bungie shooter will stop being given away tomorrow, November 18.

The game can be added to your library by heading to the Gifts section in the Battle.net client or through the dedicated page set up over here. Note that this is only for the base game, so you will have to fork over money if you want the popular Forsaken expansion.

Free Events

There's a wealth of games from varying genres to jump in and try out for free this weekend.

With a new operation on the horizon, Ubisoft's tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege is once again having a free weekend. You get access to the full map roster and 20 operators to play around with for the duration, and the promotion is running on both Uplay and Steam.

The Paradox Interactive published city builder set on the Red Planet, Surviving Mars, is free this weekend celebrating the release of the Space Race expansion pack. You can try out the base game and see if its something up your Martian alley. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is also having a free event, but its available for longer than a weekend. You have until November 21 to try out the hardcore shooter and see if its unforgiving nature is for you.

Also, Earthfall, the cooperative shooter that pits you and three others against alien invaders, is free to try out on Steam. The game just received an update that added horde mode among other features. And finally, we come to NBA 2K19, which currently sports an Overwhelmingly Negative review score on Steam. If you're a sports fan willing to try the game out still, it seems the single-player portion is quite good, just everything else is not.

Big Deals

This year's sale season has already begun with Black Friday and Fall Sales trickling in, and we have highlights from them posted below alongside other weekend deals. But, those who are more keen on emptying their wallets during big Steam sales will have to wait until next week for its Autumn Sale.

*DRM-free version also included

DRM-free Goodness

Now, with all those out of the way, let's have a look at the DRM-free deals that we picked from the games that are discounted this weekend on the GOG store.

Keep in mind that availability and pricing for some deals could vary depending on the region.


And that is it for our pick of this weekend's PC game deals folks, and hopefully, some of you have enough self-restraint not to break the bank adding new games to your ever-growing backlogs. Of course, there is an enormous amount of other deals ready and waiting all over the interwebs if you comb through it hard enough, so keep your eyes open for those, and have a fantastic weekend.

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