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Godfall is Down to $40 If You Want a Next-Gen Game Without Next-Gen Pricing

  Godfall | $40 | Best Buy
Godfall Deluxe Edition | $60 | Best Buy
Godfall Ascendant Edition | $70 | Best Buy
Godfall | $40 | Best Buy
Godfall Deluxe Edition | $60 | Best Buy
Godfall Ascendant Edition | $70 | Best Buy
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Godfall | $40 | Best Buy
Godfall Deluxe Edition | $60 | Best Buy
Godfall Ascendant Edition | $70 | Best Buy

Hey, remember Godfall? That’s the “looter-slasher” that launched alongside the PlayStation 5 in November, though it already feels like its been five years. Now it’s one of the first next-gen games to get a discount, because Amazon has it down to $40 already. Now hold on, $40 doesn’t sound like a big deal, right? That’s not too far off from the normal price of a game! Not anymore! We’ve now entered the era of $70 games on next-gen consoles, a reality that has yet to sink in for many players. Big releases like Demon’s Souls are a serious financial consideration and that makes even the slightest discount more attractive. If nothing else, Godfall’s price cut is a nostalgic trip to one month ago when games were just inexpensive enough that impulse buying wasn’t out of the question. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can even grab the Deluxe Edition for $60 or the Ascendant Edition for $70.

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This story was originally published by Giovanni Colantonio on 11/24/2020 and updated with new information on 01/07/2020.


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