Games Including 'Elder Scroll Online: Morrowind' And 'Final Fantasy' Gets Discounts On Pre-Orders

Players should be delighted as multiple games will have a discount when pre-ordered. Last year, there were heaps and heaps of deals that gave players the chance to acquire games at a much cheaper price, however the difference with this year is that it starts with famous games on the list.

Grab Your Favorite Games On Sale For A Limited Time Only

GMG is now offering players the chance to get highly anticipated games at a discounted price if pre-ordered. Games like Final Fantasy and Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind are on the list.

According to DESCTRUCTOID, the Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is now available at GMG, and is available for pre-order. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind: Upgrade which costs $40 can now be pre ordered for just $33.99. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is priced at $60 but will just be $50.99 if pre-ordered. And lastly, if Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Collector's Edition is pre-ordered, it will be just for $67.99 instead of the regular price of $80.

Also, making waves is the announcement that Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood can also be pre ordered at GMG to get discounts. Fans can pre-order the standard version of the game for only $39.99, or they can order the Collector's Edition for $59.99.

Siliconera also pointed out that there are other notable games that have discounts. For the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, notable games like Doom can be bought for just $18, Fallout 4 at $18 too, and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege for $19.99.

On the PC platform, notable games such as Mass Effect: Andromeda and For Honor can be ordered for only $47.99, Resident Evil 7 for $40.04, and Conan Exiles for just $23.99.

While these deals are beneficial to the gaming community, it is important to take note that some of the deals may have a sudden change of price. So, before selecting or clicking on purchase, please check on the respective prices of the games.

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