There will be plenty of big-name games competing for consumer’s money tomorrow, and some of the UK’s retailers have gone live today with ads for the deals they hope will win them vital marketshare.
Tesco is going low on the price of PES 2012, offering the game for £32.71, no strings attached. Its price for Forza Motrosport 4 is a tad higher at £37.90.
Sainsbury’s is advertising a £24.99 promotion on Forza 4 for any customer who buys a wireless Xbox 360 joypad at the same time. Its standalone price in £39.99.
Best Buy is bundling the new Microsoft Wireless Speed Wheel and a copy of Forza 4 for £59.99. The game on its own will cost £37.99.
HMV is cutting the price of PES 2012 to just 99p to customers who hand over their copy of FIFA 12. Forza 4 is offered in a similar deal, with the price slashed to £1.99 if a copy of F1 2011 is swapped.
GAME is selling Forza 4 for £4.99 when a customer trades-in either F1 2011, FIFA 12, Rage or Dark Souls. Ace Combat will be available for just 99p when either Gears of War 3, FIFA 12, Rage of Dead Island is handed over.