Continuing a regular tradition, NVIDIA is rolling out solid discounts on a bunch of games for the holidays. The sale runs from December 22 to 28, giving you a full week to get in on a combination of GeForce NOW titles and native Android games. Discounts range from 20 to 80% off the list price, which is great for many of these games that regularly list for upwards of $15 each.
Here's the full breakdown of the games that are on sale, and their sale price; NVIDIA says the list may be updated shortly after launch as well. First, here are the native Android titles — most of these titles are Shield-only, or at a minimum Tegra-only (so the Pixel C is compatible), so be sure to check device compatibility before buying.
- Contrast $8.00 (20% off)
- DOOM 3 BFG Edition $4.99 (50% off)
- Parallax $1.25 (75% off)
- Pix the Cat $0.99 (80% off)
- Q.U.B.E.: Director's Cut $3.00 (50% off)
- Q*Bert Rebooted:SHIELD Edition $3.00 (50% off)
- Stealth Inc. 2: Game of Clones $4.99 (50% off)
- Ultimate Chicken Horse $5.99 (50% off)
Now, here's the list of GeForce NOW discounts. These are the games that can be purchased to stream through the GeForce NOW service to your Shield device (like the Shield Android TV.
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered $7.50 (50% off)
- Dead Island Riptide: Definitive Edition $12.00 (40% off)
- Dead Island: Definitive Edition $12.00 40 (50% off)
- Deadlight: Director's Cut $10.00 (50% off)
- F1 2015 $16.50 (70% off)
- Grim Fandango Remastered $3.75 (75% off)
- Homefront: The Revolution $24.00 (40% off)
- Massive Chalice $5.00 (75% off)
- Metro 2033 Redux $5.00 (75% off)
- Metro: Last light Redux $5.00 (75% off)
- Risen 3 - Titan Lords $3.75 (75% off)
- Sacred 3 $3.75 (75% off)
- Saints Row: Gat out of Hell $3.75 (75% off)
- Stories: The Path of Destinies $8.25 (45% off)
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year $29.99 (40% off)
Even though this is a really NVIDIA-specific set of discounts, big gamers will be super happy to see huge deals on titles they may have been eyeing for a while. Once again the discounts are available for a whole week (ending December 28), and you don't have to do anything special — just head to the Play Store or GeForce NOW to see the new low prices.
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