Weekend PC Game Discounts: Combined Dark Knight Collection & More

Weekend PC Game Deals is the place where the hottest gaming deals from all over the internet are brought together in one place every week for your consumption. So sit back, relax and hold on to your wallets.

Two free games have arrived this week from the Epic Games corner to replace theHunter: Call of the Wild from the previous offering. You have the opportunity to take Dead by Daylight, but for now True: learn () this time.

Dead by Daylight offers a 1v4 survival experience in which four survivors must avoid an assassin using various distractions to create escape opportunities. In the meantime, True: learn () is a learning puzzle game about machine learning, neural networks, big data, and artificial intelligence. He revolves around an encoder who discovers that his cat is better versed in subject matter than he is, so a cat-to-human speech recognition system needs to be created.

Two games will be available for free until December 9th, with a couple of high-profile titles next to the list of free-to-play games: Godfall Challenger Edition and Prison Architect.

Caped Crusader is the hub of Humble’s latest charity game pack, which features a collection of eight Batman games, split over three levels.

For starters, just put in $ 1 and you get access to Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition and LEGO Batman: The Videogame. Then, at an average pay tier currently around $ 8.25, you get three more games: Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, and Batman: Arkham VR.

Finally, Humble asks for $ 10 if you want to complete the set by adding Batman: Arkham Origins, Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition, and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. This is definitely a great deal if you don’t already own these games.

If you’re interested in even more of the benefit of the charity packages, the Yogscast Jingle Jam is back for its 10th year. The latest offering has 55 games that can be paid for around $ 47, including highlights including PC Building Simulator, Golf It, Hyper Light Drifter, Surviving Mars, Barotrauma, Wildermyth, Unrailed, and more.

Free events

Ubisoft continues to celebrate its 35th anniversary, and while free services have been suspended, another free event has surfaced. This time, you can try out Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege over the weekend, the company’s popular tactical shooter featuring a variety of operators with special gadgets and abilities.

Big deals

With the biggest fall sales behind us, it will be several weeks of relatively quiet weeks for discounts before the winter sales start. If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, be sure to claim your copy of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, Frostpunk, and Journey to the Savage Planet this month as well.

If you’re interested in looking at the latest big deals even after the last sale, as always, find our highlights below:

DRM-free

Black Friday sales are also behind us, which means the GOG store is back to standard DRM-free weekend discounts. Here are some highlights of his latest promotion:

Please be aware that availability and prices for some offers may vary by region.


That’s all we’ve picked from this weekend’s video game offerings, and hopefully some of you will have the nerve to keep from replenishing your ever-growing reserves. As always, there are a ton of other offers ready and waiting all over the web, as well as services that you can already subscribe to if you comb through them, so stay tuned and have a great weekend.