Wondering what the different Overwatch deals are available out there? We've rounded up all the noteworthy picks now that the game has been released.
Overwatch is now released, you'll find the latest deals listed below as of 2017. The pre-order information below is preserved for reference.
Overwatch now has multiple editions including the Standard, Origin's Edition, and the latest Game of the Year Edition. Our deal table below automatically updates with the latest deals on Overwatch across all editions and all major platforms (PC, Xbox One, and PS4 copies of Overwatch).
As always, you can also find the deals on our Overwatch deal track page. The short end of it is that Activision and Blizzard have always held a tight leash on the pricing of their games, digital or physical - so you're not exactly going to be seeing massive discounts. That said there are some good offers available during random weeks when Best Buy and GameStop decides to have a sale.
Above you'll find all the latest Overwatch deals. Because Blizzard has strict controls over their Battle.net key, it's often difficult to find LEGITIMATE deals on discounted Battle.net keys for Overwatch, no matter the edition. In general, when the game goes on sale at Battle.net - you'll often find it price matched at retailers such as Amazon and GameStop, both of whom are authorized to sell digital keys for Overwatch.
One interesting thing to note is that GameStop often runs their own sale in parallel or slightly in advance of concurrent sale by Blizzard. So you'll often get a heads up on official sale or be able to score discounts on Overwatch GOTY for the PC.
As you can see above, you're basically choosing between the pre-order bonus of a Baby Winston Figurine (which looks pretty dope) vs a metal art plate from Best Buy (yay?). Best Buy's deal has the advantage of a $10 rewards certificate, even if you're not a GCU member. If you're a GCU member, even better - you'll receive 20% off any edition of the game (similar discount also available for Amazon Prime members). All the pre-order deals above includes the Noire Widowmaker Skin as a pre-order bonus (either digital or physical).
In terms of a straight up pre-order bonus value, the best bet is probably at Dell, where you'll receive their usual pre-order bonus of $25 eGift Card (good for anything on Dell.com). The gift card doesn't arrive until 10-20 days after the game ships, and you'll need to make sure you sign up for the Dell Advantage program (free to sign up). Extra perk includes free next business day shipping, which gets the game to you near the release date.
Most of the deals above aren't super spectacular, but you do get some nice trinkets depending on the retailer you choose. Note that beyond the Baby Winston Figurine at GameStop, you'll also be eligible to receive the game as early as 5/23 Monday, which gets you that extra time to get ready for launch day.
$659.99$519.99at Office Depot