FIFA 12 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. If you’re looking for cut-price deals on triple-A games on the High Street this Q4, you need look no further.
But it’s EA’s turn first, with the release of FIFA 12 in the UK at midnight tonight.
Tesco appears to be leading the supermarket war with a tasty £25 offer for anyone who also purchases a chart title, PSN card or Xbox Live membership.
Sainsbury’s has a slightly more flexible offer. FIFA 12 can be had for just £28.99 as long as an additional £30 is spent on anything else in store. Morrisons has gone for a £30 plus chart game offer.
Asda seems to be skipping the circus this year with a straight-up £38.97 in-store and online price. Alternatively, the game is bundled free with any Xbox 360 250GB console purchase at £190.
On the High Street, HMV is selling the game for just £1.99 to anyone who trades in a copy of Codemasters racer F1 2011. And come October 7th those who buy FIFA 12 will be able to trade it in and grab a copy of RAGE for £1.99.
GAME is offering an extra 2- per cent on any games traded in against the purchase of FIFA 12.
Online, ShopTo.net is charging £37.85 for the standard edition SKU. Zavvi’s cost is £39.85 while Amazon’s in £39.99. Play.com has gone for an unusually high £42.89 and GameStop has gone for £39.97.
Note, of course, that this year’s FIFA has a premium £54.99 RRP.