Geek deals Save 20 on Titanfall 2 with Amazon Prime

first_imgThe original Titanfall was definitely a neat game, but the lack of a full campaign was something of a disappointment for many of us. This time around, the folks at Respawn Entertainment are tackling a proper single-player story in combination with loads of new multiplayer content. Our sister site IGN has already begun reviewing Titanfall 2, and it’s looking pretty great so far.The base game retails for $59.99, but Prime members can pick it up for just $47.99. Want to customize your titans right out of the gate? Prime members can get two warpaints, nose arts, and camouflages with the Deluxe version for just $63.99. And if you’re all-in, the Vanguard collector’s edition will get you the Deluxe version of the game, a replica helmet, a dog tag USB drive, a field journal, patches, and a scarf for just $199.99.Don’t have an Amazon Prime membership? You can sign-up for a free 30-day trial, and try out all of the great features that Prime has to offer. And once your trial is up, you can continue for $10.99 per month or just $99 per year.Note: Terms and conditions apply. See Amazon’s site for more information.Our commerce group sources the best deals and products for the Geek Deals posts. We operate independently of Editorial and Advertising and may earn a percentage of the sale, if you buy something via a link on the post. If you are interested in promoting your deals, please contact us at more new releases and gaming accessory deals, head over to Excited to play Titanfall 2 when it comes out on Friday? If you act fast, you can still pre-order a physical copy of the game on Amazon, get it on the day of release, and save 20% off the retail price with Amazon Prime. And if you’re interested in the collector’s edition with loads of bonus goodies, you can end up saving upwards of $49.99! Get a 20% discount on physical pre-orders of Titanfall 2 with Amazon Primelast_img read more

Bored Millionaire Funds RealLife Private Island Battle Royale

first_img I say this a lot these days but some people are just begging to have their wealth redistributed. It’s true! Some rich people are clearly so bored and wasteful with their incalculable amount of money that they are practically asking for it to be snatched away and given to those less fortunate. How else would you explain the fact that right now someone with too much cash is currently trying to fund an actual battle royale tournament?On a site called Hush Hush, with the exceptionally sinister tagline of “the world’s leading luxury shopping marketplace,” an anonymous user is currently seeking designers for a full-on battle royale event on a private island, and is willing to pay £45,000 to make it happen. Presumably, the designer would spend six weeks adding fun sets and props and arenas to the natural environment in order to make the game feel like the more whimsical Fortnite or the paintball-esque PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.But make no mistake, a battle royale in the real world reveals the bloodsport nature inherent in the genre’s premise that no amount of loot boxes or flossing emotes can gloss over. Go back and watch Battle Royale (the movie) and see what I mean.With battle royale games being so popular though we doubt this project, if it’s even real and ever actually comes to fruition, will have that much trouble finding help as well as contestants. It promises a three-day gauntlet (with food and camping gear) where entrants shoot each other with Airsoft guns while wearing touch-sensitive body armor. Sounds like you won’t be jumping out of a plane though. The sole winner will earn £100,000.If that sounds good to you, head over to Hush Hush to help make it happen. In the meantime, I’m going to go read “The Most Dangerous Game” again. For more on battle royale games read about Tetris 99, the best battle royale game, and here are some other games we think would benefit from battle royale modes. Stay on target With ‘Borderlands’ Crossover, ‘Fortnite’ Just Ad…Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech Suits last_img read more