• Wed. Apr 17th, 2024

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Preorders Have Gotten a Huge Discount, Here’s How to Secure The Deal in the UK

Dragon’s Dogma fans! We’ve got some good news for you if you’re looking to get a cheeky little discount on the upcoming sequel. Dragon’s Dogma 2 is down to around £50 for both Xbox and PS5 preorders, which is a huge deal. We’ve had a lot of great preorder deals recently, and now another one has entered the fold for us to feast on. If you’re looking forward to getting your hands on the game for launch day, then head over to trusted eBay vendor The Game Collection (TCG) and use the LEAP20 code to get it for just £49.46 on Xbox, and £50.36 for PS5 (see here).

We highly suggest using this method for buying any games right now, as TCG is a trusted UK online retailer and one our of favourites to recommend in 2024. You’re pretty unlikely to get this game for a cheaper price before the release date of March 22, so if you’ve had your eye on this one, now is the time to make your move.

Plus, the LEAP20 promo code is only running until the end of the day on February 29, so there’s a very limited window to secure this offer. We got our most recent taste of Dragon’s Dogma 2 gameplay a few days ago, The most recent trailer puts a spotlight on the Sorcerer’s vocation.

Wondering if the LEAP20 sale has anything else in store for you? Well, yes, yes it does, it has absolutely loads. For starters, preorders for Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth are discounted again, currently down to £51.96. If you’re feeling a full-on binge of Japanese RPGs, then grab yourself Final Fantasy XVI for £27.16 while you’re at it. Very nice.

You’ll also be able to pick up an Amazon Fire Stick 4K Ultra HD for just £35.95, down from £44.94. We love these eBay sales events, and this one is running for the next two days, so make sure to keep an eye out for our coverage, and follow us on Twitter @IGNUKDeals to stay up to date with all the latest in deal-dom.

Joe O’Neill-Parker is a freelance writer and audio producer. He is the owner of O’Neill Multimedia. He writes commerce, sports, and audio-related tech articles for IGN.