The first few months of the year are often when we are most strapped for cash, a situation not helped by publishers deciding to release a slew of massive games in quick succession. With Monster Hunter: World, Shadow of the Colossus, and Kingdom Come: Deliverance coming out in less than three weeks of each other, you’ll soon be even more broke then usual.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a few bargains if you’re smart.
Here are Truthfal’s top 5 ways to game on the cheap this February.
Chrono.gg have a brand new deal every day, making every visit an adventure. Will you find an open world epic, or will you find an indie masterpiece? A great way to find games that have slipped you by in the past at bargain prices.
4. GoG Chinese New Years Sale
The ever reliable Good old Games is celebrating Chinese New Year with a sale which updates every few hours. You’ll have to be quick off the mark to find all of GoG’s Bargains before it ends on February 20th.
Warframe is by far the best Free-to-Play game out at the moment, with hundreds of hours of content and a massive community. If you want to be an unstoppable space ninja for a while, there really is no better option.
2. Online CCG’s
There’s a pile of online CCG’s that have been released in the last few years, and you don’t need to spend a penny to start playing them and learning the ropes. Between Hearthstone, Elder Scrolls Legends, and Chronicle: Runescape Legends, you are spoiled for choice with licensed properties alone.
1. Humble Bundle Valentine’s Sale
Finally we have Humble Bundle’s Valentine Sale. If you want a laugh then try one of the dozens of dating Sims on offer, or if you prefer a cozy couch co-op experience then give Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime a go.