Cheap Doom for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Now Available

Cheap Doom for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Now Available

There are many video games deals you can take advantage of these days, but not all prices drop as much as we’d love to; however, sometimes massive discounts hit retailers.

Following Halo 5: Guardians Limited Edition discount on Amazon, now it’s time for Doom’s price to reach a new low.

Unfortunately, the discount is offered only for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Doom, but this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t but it if you intend to purchase a console in the near future.

So, there you have it. You can buy the physical version of Doom for $19.99 on Amazon.

Since this offer is not available for the PC version you don’t have to worry about the system requirements.

The new price practically allows you to save $40.00 which represents 67% from the total price. What’s even more interesting is that the digital copy of the game continues to sell for $59.99 on all platforms.

The price for Doom Collector’s Edition also dropped a lot, and you can buy it for $48.46 on Xbox One. This means that you will save $71.53.

If you waited for the price to drop before buying Doom, this is an offer you shouldn’t miss, because discounts such as this are quite rare on new games, and Doom is relatively a new video game, being released on May 13, 2016.

Doom was developed by id Software for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Published by Bethesda Softworks, Doom received positive reviews and scores from critics around the world.

On Destructoid for example, the title received 9 points out of 10 and on GameSpot 8 points.

In May 2016, Doom was the second best-selling game in UK and US, following Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

Doom was also nominated for the Best PC Game and Best Action Game at the Game Critics Awards.

Along with a single-player campaign, Doom features a fast-paced multiplayer mode as well as the DOOM SnapMap which allows you to edit your maps and share them with your friends.

Here is the official Doom launch trailer uploaded on YouTube by Bethesda Softworks.

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