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Elden Ring bargain guide

Back in 2019, Elden Ring was announced at E3. A fantasy RPG created by the person behind the popular Souls series, Hidetaka Miyazaki, teaming up with A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) author, George R.R. Martin (yes, you heard that right!). FromSoftwareInc. has made quite a reputation, most notably with it's difficulty level, so naturally it has also spawned memes within the gaming community.

Elden Ring has held the hype train for quite some time now, and it has been crowned as one of the most anticipated games of 2022, and there's no doubt this game will make it into a few categories at the Game Awards at the end of the year. Elden Ring releases this Friday on February 25th 2022, and we're back with another bargain guide to get the right bargain and value for you. Elden Ring releases on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Windows PC. In case you were wondering Bandai Namco has confirmed that you will be able to upgrade for free.

A free upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version will be available for players who purchase ELDEN RING on PlayStation 4, and Smart Delivery will be supported for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

Kicking off our bargain guide;

In Store:

EB Games Once again EB Games is doing a trade deal when you trade in selected games* Each version of the game is the same sitting at $29 when you trade in two eligible games (ask your local EB Games what games you can trade) otherwise without trading 2 games full price stands at $109.95 for each version;

PS4 $109.95

PS5 $109.95

Xbox One/Series X $109.95


Harvey Norman PS4 $89 PS5 $89

Xbox Series X $89

JB HI FI PS4 $89 PS5 $89 Xbox Series X $89

Sanity PS4 $99.99 PS5 $109.99 Xbox One/Series X $99.99


Online:

PSN $99

Xbox $94.95

Amazon AU PS4 $79.90 PS5 $79.90 Xbox One/Series X $79.90


Steam $89.95


Big W

At the time of writing this bargain guide, Elden ring is only available via shipping online. PS4 $89

PS5 $89 Xbox One/Series X $89


The cheapest in store copies is both JB HI FI and Harvey Norman sitting at $89 for each version, while the cheapest online version is Amazon, followed by BIG W.

In case you missed it or if you're still unsure of purchasing Elden Ring, Bandai Namco recently released an overview trailer that you can watch here. Here's also a few screenshots of the game below (one that I may have memed) and a starter guide via the BandaiNamco website if you're interested.


So let us know, will you be picking up a copy at launch? What will you be playing it on? and of course, let us know what bargain you score!