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Green Man Gaming Offers Up to 75% Off on Mortal Kombat 11, Hitman 2, And Other WB Games

PC retailer Green Man Gaming is currently holding a Warner Brothers Publisher Sale, that is offering select games by the publisher for up to $65% off. The sale is already live right now and will end on November 21, a few days before Black Friday.

It is worth remembering that Green Man Gaming's current sale is different than the deals that are going to be available on Black Friday. Up until now, Green Man Gaming still hasn't released its Black Friday 2019 ad, unlike other stores that have already revealed its upcoming deals such as Best Buy and Target.

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Hitman 2 - $20.40 ($59.99)

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Headlining Green Man Gaming's sale is IO Interactive's 2018 stealth video game, Hitman 2. The game is currently available now for the PC at Green Man Gaming for only $20.40, which is 60% off its original list price of $59.99. Hitman 2 puts players in control of Agent 47, who is a contract assassin traveling all corners of the Earth as he hunts down high-profile criminal targets. Earlier this November IO Interactive confirmed that a new Hitman game is already in development.

Mortal Kombat 11 - $30.59 ($59.99)

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Another awesome title in Green Man Gaming's sale is the 2019 fighting game, Mortal Kombat 11. The game is available on the PC for only $30.59, which is 50% off its list price of $59.99. Yesterday, NetherRealms Studios just released a new gameplay trailer showcasing the appearance of the upcoming DLC character, Sindel. Mortal Kombat 11 is the eleventh main installment in the Mortal Kombat franchise and serves as a direct sequel to 2015's Mortal Kombat X. 

Middle Earth: Shadow of War - $14.02 ($49.99)

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Green Man Gaming is also offering Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, the 2017 open-world action role-playing game, at a discount. The game is available for only $14.02, which is 72% off its current list price of $49.99. During its initial release back in 2017, Middle Earth: Shadow of War was met with backlash due to its heavy implementation of microtransactions. However, as of July 2018, Monolith Productions has since removed microtransactions from the game.

Other games that are on sale right now include:

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