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Steam’s summer sales are usually a highlight for PC gamers looking to grab all sorts of games for cheap. However, some publishers keep their games on separate platforms indefinitely. As such, Activision and Blizzard’s Battlenet is having a summer sale of its own that offers many an incentive to actually spend some money on a PC storefront not owned by Valve. The Battlenet Summer Sale 2021 will last through July 11 and offer discounts of up to 67%. Granted, it’s Battlenet, so most of this stuff is still pretty pricey, but it still beats MSRP. That’s a low bar, I know.

The top featured deals include Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War for 40% off at $35.99 USD. This purchase includes the Captain Price operator on top of the base experience. Then the World of Warcraft Radiant Bundle is 68% off for $23.99, coming with two pets and two mounts. If you own any of the items already included in the bundle, its price will be adjusted. All three Celebration Collection pack tiers have also seen price reductions. The cheapest of these only has a few dollars off, while the most expensive sheds $9 USD.


Battlenet Summer Sale 2021

There’s a lot more, of course. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is half off for $29.99 USD, and the base edition of WoW‘s Shadowlands expansion is 25% off, knocking the price down to $29.99 USD. Overwatch‘s Legendary Edition is half off for $19.99 USD, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is 25% off for $29.99 USD, plus the other editions of Shadowlands are also 25% off. As you can see, the sale is mostly CoD and WoW oriented, but considering that the publisher’s business model itself is mostly CoD and WoW related, I suppose that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to any of us. There are nearly two weeks left until the Battlenet Summer Sale 2021 ends, so hop on over and see if anything strikes your fancy.

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