Witness some deals
Avalanche Studio’s Mad Max is set to debut September 1 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. If you’re a pay-full-price kind of gamer, you can grab the game for $59.99 and close this tab. For everyone else interested, here’s all the Mad Max pre-order deals available.
PC gamers are getting the best price treatment, with three authorized digital retailers posting major discounts on Steam version of the game. The best of the bunch is 2game with a 55% discount to $26.99. Second in line is Funstock Digital, which after using a coupon at checkout can get the game down to $27.59 — a full 54% off list. Last in line is actually Green Man Gaming at a “more reasonable” 50% off (yes, the PC game is half off list price at many authorized retailers).
PC Game Deals
- $36 flat at Green Man Gaming
Use coupon: MADMAX-SAVE40-MADMAX
- $31.79 flat at DLGamer
Use coupon: DLG-QWAOPOE
- $27.59 at Funstock Digital
Use Code: AUG-COUPRED-PRE30
- $26.99 at 2game
No coupon required cuz cut/paste is hard 🙂
Console gamers aren’t completely left out of the loop, and while you’re not going to get some big price cut, there are bonus incentive offers worth considering. Amazon offers the best outright discount to Prime members — $7 off to $53. Alternatively, Best Buy is tossing in a bonus $10 in “My Best Buy Rewards” (GCU members gets another $12 off), while the Microsoft Store is giving out a $10 digital gift card redeemable on Xbox Live.
Console Bonus Offers
- Best Buy + $10 Rewards
Requires “My Best Buy” Account
- Microsoft Store + $10 Xbox Gift Card
Gift Card redeemable on Xbox Live
- $52.99 at Amazon
Discount requires Prime membership and shows up at checkout
Mad Max Pre-Order Bonus
If you’re pre-ordering Mad Max on any platform, you’ll also get “The Ripper” DLC pack. It’s essentially a free customizable Magnum Opus car body with a powerful V8 engine (so you can thank the V8 gods some more), upgraded exhaust, off-road tires, a ramming grill, and tuned suspension.
“The Ripper” isn’t as flashy of a pre-order bonus as some other cosmetic stuff we’ve seen through the years — and that sits fine with us as the bulk of the content should remain solely in the base game.
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