IF YOU’VE not heard the name, Greenman Gaming is an online retailer which sells digital game licenses.
That means you’re in good hands when discounts for downloadable titles come around – like in its new Spring Sale.
The online retailer doesn’t sell physical copies of games, instead all are supplied via digital codes provided by game developers.
So, you can be certain that you’re getting a key from a trusted source, even if you don’t get a physical box or CD case.
But it still has sales, and its Spring Sale runs until April 23 with some decent savings to be found.
There are top titles and new releases included, as well as classics and lesser-known gems well worth picking up for a lower price.
- Shop Greenman Gaming’s Spring sale – here
We’ve listed our pick of the titles on sale below, but we recommend having a browse to see the full extent of the savings.
- Doom Eternal, £43.49 (save £6.50) – buy here
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition, £37.34 (save £12.65) – buy here
- Devil May Cry 5, £23.41 (save £26.59) – buy here
- Resident Evil 3 remake, £38.99 (saving £11) – buy here
- Gears 5, £47.49 (saving £1.50) – buy here
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- Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, £38.79 (save £1.20) – buy here
How do I redeem a Greenman Gaming code?
At Greenman Gaming you make a purchase and then receive your key with instructions of where to redeem it.
That might be on Steam (for PC games), Xbox Play Anywhere, or Nintendo Wii U.
Keep your key safe, and redeem it with the named platform to claim your title.
All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.
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