Bioshock Infinite is nearly here: it’s out in just a few weeks. If you’re looking to pre-order it, Green Man Gaming have a very special deal for you: if pre-order if you’ll get two free games with your pre-order. One will be a copy of the original Bioshock, while the second is a freebie from an impressive list. Curious as to what those are? Brace yourself for that, and a deluge of other deals.
Full disclosure: Green Man Gaming are advertisers and sponsors of PCGamesN. There’s more about exactly what that means below.
If you want to pre-order Bioshock Infinite this weekend, alongside your copy of Bioshock you can also instantly claim one of the following titles, straight away:
We should add that you will also get the Industrial Revolution puzzle game as a bonus, so that’s four games for the price of one. Regional restrictions may apply to your purchase. Customers in the US and Canada will be eligible to get $15 GMG Credit or $14 Cash Back when they pre-purchase BioShock Infinite.
There’s plenty more where that came from, as that’s not the only pre-purchase deal GMG are running. They’ve also given us a 25% discount voucher for use on any of these pre-order titles:
It’s valid until 17:00 GMT on February 25 and all you’ll need to do to use that voucher is enter this code when you make your purchase:
Pre-purchase deals aren’t the only offers that GMG are showing off. They’ve also given us a 20% discount voucher that you can make use of this weekend, or at any time in the coming week. Here it is:
Not sure what you want to buy yet? There’s no rush, that voucher is valid until 17:00GMT on March 1, so you’ve plenty of time to ponder your purchases. Why not head over to the Hot Deals page to see what tickles your fancy?
Full disclosure: Green Man Games are advertisers and sponsors of PCGamesN. We’re really happy to be able to work with them and they let us know about new deals and special offers, but don’t have editorial approval over anything that we write. If it wasn’t for them we’d be so hungry we’d be trying to eat our own games, even though they don’t come in boxes any more.