Microsoft and Nintendo are slashing prices on plenty of spooky titles for Halloween


Screenshot from Diablo IV featuring the angel Inarius descending from on high upon wings that are tendrils of light
Diablo IV, the spookiest of dungeon crawlers, will be steeply discounted through Halloween. | Blizzard

It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is now just a little over a week away. Luckily, if you haven’t had a chance to celebrate spooky season, a bunch of horror games are on sale this weekend. Now through October 31st, for example, Nintendo is taking up to 85 percent off digital Bethesda titles like the remastered Quake 2 (now $3.99) and Doom Eternal (now $15.99). Amazon Prime subscribers, meanwhile, can snag a free copy of Doom 3 — an Xbox 360-era classic — for PC until November 18th.

Yet perhaps the best Halloween sale comes courtesy of Microsoft, which is taking up to 75 percent off hundreds of digital horror games through October 31st as a part of its Shocktober sale. The ongoing promo extends to newer Xbox titles like Blasphemous 2…

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