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If you still haven’t tried out Overwatch, now you have a chance to jump in cheaply. Right in time for the holidays, Blizzard has discounted the PC version of Overwatch by 50%–bringing the price down to $ 20. And if you’re looking to get a bunch of cosmetic items, too, you can grab the Game of the Year Edition for $ 30–bringing it in line with the PS4 and Xbox One versions.
These are some of the better deals we’ve seen on the game since its release, especially $ 20 for the base game. If you’re just looking to jump in and don’t need a handful of skins and Loot Boxes, then this is the way to go.
However, if you do want some of the extras, the Game of the Year Edition is on sale for $ 30 across all platforms. Blizzard has discounted it on PC on Battle.net, while the physical console versions are available at Best Buy and Amazon. If you happen to have Gamers Club Unlocked at Best Buy, you can get an additional discount to bring the price down to $ 24. The digital version on PS4 is also $ 30 through the PlayStation Store. The Game of the Year Edition comes with the base game as well as 10 Loot Boxes, 5 Hero skins, and digital items for Heroes of the Storm, World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and Starcraft II.
In other Overwatch news, the game’s holiday update went live recently, adding a ton of winter-themed items and a new game mode. You can see all the new Overwatch Winter Wonderland skins in our gallery.
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