GameStop won’t come right out and call it their Summer Sale, but it might as well be. Now through July 16, GameStop is running its “Game Deals Sale” with discounts up to 50% off a wide swath of games across all genres and platforms. This includes many 2017 releases including a historic low price of $19.99 for Mass Effect Andromeda – a killer deal despite the game’s many issues upon launch earlier this year (you can read the review for Mass: Effect Andromeda).

There’s a good variety to choose from within the sale. Titles like Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades (base game + season pass content) is also hitting a new historic low price. Also notable is the classic Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition at its lowest price to date of $19.99.

In short, you’ll be able to find many $20 games to rummage through the summer, including Doom, Mafia III, and even Titanfall 2. Surprisingly a few Nintendo Switch titles are also on sale as well.

In addition to the game deals, a few older Xbox One hardware systems are also on sale. Two insanely hot refurbished units are available, including the 1TB Elite Console (which includes the Elite controller) at the lowest price for a refurbished bundle. Also in Xbox hardware deals is a “Blast from the Past” bundle that gets you a 500GB console with Star Wars Battlefront and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for a mere $179.99. Sure it’s not the latest S model, but you’re paying well under $200 with two titles included as an extra bonus.

From what we’re seeing, GameStop has been adding select new deals to their “Game Days” Summer Sale, so be sure to check back in the following week to see if new goodies are included. Many of the deals listed below are online only, and if you spend more than $25 you can use coupon code SAVER to receive free shipping at GameStop.

Tip: Use GameStop promo code SAVER during checkout to get free shipping on purchases over $25.

Top Game Deals

Xbox One Console Deals

More Game Deals

As mentioned earlier, GameStop’s sale will go through Sunday, July 16. That gives you over a week to pick up any of these titles on the cheap.

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