The flow of promotions on game consoles during the summer sales

June was a month full of video game announcements. Whether it’s the PlayStation, Xbox or Nintendo Switch consoles, no manufacturer has been left behind. If this flurry of new games has made you want to buy a new gaming console, you’ve come to the right place. In the summer sales, you can find the console at a bargain price! We will explain everything to you.

Save and use the latest offers and tips to buy at the best price.

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Over the next few days, a large number of consoles will be promoted in various online stores. To make the most of these offers without wasting time and money. Futura has selected the best deals for you and put together a short guide to help you get your bearings.

Best Game Console Deals During Summer Sale

  • nintendo switch to €244.99 instead of €269.99 (using code 25D249CD)
  • Nintendo Switch (OLED model) €294.99 instead of €319.99 (promo code to use 25D249KD)
  • Xbox Series S for €274.99 instead of €299.99 (use code 25D249KD)
  • Sony PS5 PlayStation 5 for €789.90 instead of €839.90 (using code 50D499CD)

The best accessories and games on sale

  • THRUSTMASTER Eswap S Pro Controller (Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC) on €129.99 instead of €157.50
  • Wireless Headset (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10) on €82.99 instead of €150.07
  • Game Switch Mario Kart Live Home Circuit L for 57.22 euros (sell at a loss)
  • Pokémon Sparkling Pearl Switch game for 40.29 euros (sell at a loss)
  • Game for Xbox Call of Duty ACTIVISION for 38.99 euros (sell at a loss)
  • fifa 22 xbox game for 42.99 euros (sell at a loss)

The old gene is still just as competent

Despite their age and the advent of PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, older generation consoles (PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One S/X) are still on the rise. You might think these consoles have outlived their day with almost 10 years old hardware, but it’s clear they still have plenty of games running on them, including the latest AAA games and exclusives like Elden Ring or Horizon: Forbidden West.

With the ability to play games in the cloud, Xbox One can even enjoy the best of recent AAA games without sacrificing quality… as long as you have a good internet connection. PS4 remains the most cost-effective way to play critically acclaimed Sony exclusives and gamers alike.

Next-gen continues to acquire beautiful exclusives

Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are the next generation of gaming consoles from Microsoft and Sony, offering more ambitious and impressive graphics than ever before. Both released at the end of 2020, these consoles have been constantly suffering from a lack of inventory due to a shortage of semiconductors.

Things seem to be getting better these days, and it wouldn’t be surprising if there were bundles on the market that included a console and one or more games. Next generation consoles offer 4K gameplay with various modes that prioritize graphical fidelity or performance. Finally, they have the advantage of being compatible with their predecessors.

Nintendo Switch, family favorite

Even though the Nintendo Switch recently celebrated its 5th anniversary, the Nintendo Switch remains as popular as ever. With a wide catalog of games that can satisfy both adults and children, the latest Nintendo has a privileged place on the TV counters in many homes. After its initial release, the Nintendo Switch line expanded with the introduction of the handheld Nintendo Switch Lite and the Nintendo Switch Premium (OLED). The latter benefits from a larger OLED screen with vibrant colors, double the internal storage, and an updated dock and speakers.

As for the catalog of games, the choice is wide. Kids will find their account with Mario and Kirby, adults with more mature series like Zelda and the many independent games available in the online store. For evenings out with family or friends, there are a legion of classic Mario Kart and Mario Party games, but the console recently received two great additions: Mario Strikers and Nintendo Switch Sport.

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