Steam, Nintendo, PlayStation and Xbox are also in action.

Hopefully there’s still some money left after Christmas shopping (or we hope from the start that we’ve managed to buy everything, there’s going to be crazy chaos in the next four days, we don’t wish anyone) because now big holiday discounts are starting everywhere. GOG, for example, is already running Winter Sale, but there are those who have planned to launch for the weekend.

THE Steam Winter Sale it starts at 7pm tonight, which means that by half past 8, at least half of the users can manage to see at least the products, a third can also buy. At the same time, the voting of the Steam Awards 2019 will start, and it is expected that there will be a standard meta-game.

The Epic Games Store discounting has started, but it’s not only worth checking out because of the promotions, but also because there’s a game for free every day until the end of the year. Every day.

THE Nintendo eShop Festive Offers Sale under more than 700 games on sale until January 2. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition is available at a 30% discount, the Diablo III: Eternal Collection is just as cheaper, 34% off the Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled price, and 40% can be saved on Overcooked 2- n (perfect Christmas family game, a must!), and among the great exclusive games, the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, which sold at a 63% discount, is worth a look, otherwise unfortunately not included in the promotion.

THE PlayStation it will immediately launch the January Sale on the already quite friendly Christmas Deals, but its offers will only be available tomorrow morning at 9am. They’re also likely to cut the price of this year’s hit games a bit, so if you’ve missed something from the Christmas promotions, now pay attention.

The Xbox StoreHowever, with the Countdown Sale already running, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can save even more than the others. More than 500 games take part in the promotion, including A Plague Tale: Innocence, Borderlands 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, FIFA 20, Gears 5, Kingdom Hearts III, Mortal Kombat 11, Red Dead Redemption 2, Resident Evil 2, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, The Outer Worlds, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Look for promotions on the appropriate platforms. What did you buy now?