[PC] Doom - £5.39 / The Evil Within 2 - £14.83 / Cuphead - £9.89 / PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds - £16.19 - CDKeys (Code: CDKEYSBLACK10)
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[PC] Doom - £5.39 / The Evil Within 2 - £14.83 / Cuphead - £9.89 / PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds - £16.19 - CDKeys (Code: CDKEYSBLACK10)

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Found 24th Nov
Cuphead - £9.89
The Evil Within 2 - £15.03
PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds - £16.19

Developed by id Software, the studio that pioneered the first-person shooter genre and created multiplayer Deathmatch, DOOM returns as a brutally fun and challenging modern-day shooter experience. Relentless demons, impossibly destructive guns, and fast, fluid movement provide the foundation for intense, first-person combat – whether you’re obliterating demon hordes through the depths of Hell in the single-player campaign, or competing against your friends in numerous multiplayer modes. Expand your gameplay experience using DOOM SnapMap game editor to easily create, play, and share your content with the world.

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A Relentless Campaign

There is no taking cover or stopping to regenerate health as you beat back Hell’s raging demon hordes. Combine your arsenal of futuristic and iconic guns, upgrades, movement, and an advanced melee system to knock-down, slash, stomp, crush, and blow apart demons in creative and violent ways.

Return of id Multiplayer

Dominate your opponents in DOOM’s signature, fast-paced arena-style combat. In both classic and all-new game modes, annihilate your enemies utilizing your personal blend of skill, powerful weapons, vertical movement, and unique power-ups that allow you to play as a demon.

Endless Possibilities

DOOM SnapMap – a powerful, but easy-to-use game and level editor – allows for limitless gameplay experiences on every platform. Without any previous experience or special expertise, any player can quickly and easily snap together and visually customize maps, add pre-defined or completely custom gameplay, and even edit game logic to create new modes. Instantly play your creation, share it with a friend, or make it available to players around the world – all in-game with the push of a button.

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I'd heartily recommend Cuphead to anyone who likes swearing at their TV.
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Player Unknowns £16.19 using the code also. Heat!

I'd heartily recommend Cuphead to anyone who likes swearing at their TV.

call of duty series are also 6 quid each, infinite bundle with COD4 remaster is 20 quid

For PC and Xbox One play anywhere, there's the Forza horizon 3 and Hot Wheels dlc combo for £21.60 with the code which is a superb price.

4 pretty sweet deals. Cuphead is great!

I just bought PUBG

Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from Reddit's GameDeals sub. I'm disappointed that an editor on this site would post a deal from there.

It's cheaper because the keys are bought in bulk from other regions and resold here. CDKeys isn't an authorised key reseller.
Edited by: "commenter14" 24th Nov

May have to pop on Doom, cheers buzz

commenter1412 m ago

Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from …Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from Reddit's GameDeals sub. I'm disappointed that an editor on this site would post a deal from there.It's cheaper because the keys are bought in bulk from other regions and resold here. CDKeys isn't an authorised key reseller.



Yawn! I've never had any trouble with keys from this site.

I don't like games dark and scary is Doom goingto be any good for me? I enjoy Mad Max.

Ok, Cuphead and Doom for £15, i am in.

Thank you for this. I have just got Wolfenstein 2 - The new Colossus for PC with 10% off at £17.09 (original price £18.99) which is the cheapest I have seen it. Heat added

Great game

udhuk44 m ago

May have to pop on Doom, cheers buzz Yawn! I've never had any trouble …May have to pop on Doom, cheers buzz Yawn! I've never had any trouble with keys from this site.


I'm not suggesting that you're likely to have trouble, I'm just explaining why their business model is dubious. What an immature response.

commenter142 m ago

I'm not suggesting that you're likely to have trouble, I'm just explaining …I'm not suggesting that you're likely to have trouble, I'm just explaining why their business model is dubious. What an immature response.



lol, whatever.

I think liking your own comments is immature, but hey ho.

Been waiting for cuphead to fall below 10 again! Wicked. Site’s running abit slow though

commenter1442 m ago

I'm not suggesting that you're likely to have trouble, I'm just explaining …I'm not suggesting that you're likely to have trouble, I'm just explaining why their business model is dubious. What an immature response.


So they buy cheap sell cheap whats wrong with that?

Much better than the stolen rubbish on g2a and kinguin!

commenter141 h, 47 m ago

Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from …Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from Reddit's GameDeals sub. I'm disappointed that an editor on this site would post a deal from there.It's cheaper because the keys are bought in bulk from other regions and resold here. CDKeys isn't an authorised key reseller.


At least you defined grey market correctly, instead of the usual scaremongers who think it means stolen keys.

But still, that doesn't mean there's anything wrong with buying from them. This is a site for deal hunters and deal hunting often involves grey imports - it's not that different to buying from places like GearBest, Banggood, DigitalRev, non-UK Amazon sites, etc.

Not sure why they're banned from GameDeals on Reddit but it's probably because they only allow/want to support official key resellers, which is their prerogative. Doesn't mean CDKeys have done anything wrong or are looking to rip people off.

commenter142 h, 1 m ago

Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from …Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from Reddit's GameDeals sub. I'm disappointed that an editor on this site would post a deal from there.It's cheaper because the keys are bought in bulk from other regions and resold here. CDKeys isn't an authorised key reseller.


Ok then enjoy paying Full RRP on Steam

reddragon10520 m ago

At least you defined grey market correctly, instead of the usual …At least you defined grey market correctly, instead of the usual scaremongers who think it means stolen keys.But still, that doesn't mean there's anything wrong with buying from them. This is a site for deal hunters and deal hunting often involves grey imports - it's not that different to buying from places like GearBest, Banggood, DigitalRev, non-UK Amazon sites, etc.Not sure why they're banned from GameDeals on Reddit but it's probably because they only allow/want to support official key resellers, which is their prerogative. Doesn't mean CDKeys have done anything wrong or are looking to rip people off.


Honestly I don't think GearBest or Banggood should be allowed here either. Hot UK Deals has a lot of visitors, and many people visiting it won't be aware that many deals are dubious at best. I don't want to buy products that are shipped from China, try to dodge import duty, have no warranty and don't contain parts/electronics that are in line with the UK's product safety regulations.

Norseg7 m ago

Ok then enjoy paying Full RRP on Steam


No one has ever paid full RRP for anything on Steam. I'm a patient gamer, so I wait for sales. Regardless, I'll happily pay an extra couple of pounds to buy from an authorised seller. I choose not to purchase from grey market retailers, not sure why so many people are so offended by that.

commenter142 h, 10 m ago

Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from …Usual reminder that CDKeys is a grey market website that is banned from Reddit's GameDeals sub. I'm disappointed that an editor on this site would post a deal from there.It's cheaper because the keys are bought in bulk from other regions and resold here. CDKeys isn't an authorised key reseller.


Also they don't do anything wrong.
They still pay the Devs legitimately

It's not like they buy from Stolen credit cards or whatever


They are actually supporting developers when they buy in bulk from developers, it's business

If there wasn't a "grey" market then I wouldn't buy as many games as I do so will many others therefore developers won't be making as much money because no one would pay the ridiculous steam prices and no companies will buy bulk stock

Norseg17 m ago

Also they don't do anything wrong.They still pay the Devs legitimately …Also they don't do anything wrong.They still pay the Devs legitimately It's not like they buy from Stolen credit cards or whateverThey are actually supporting developers when they buy in bulk from developers, it's businessIf there wasn't a "grey" market then I wouldn't buy as many games as I do so will many others therefore developers won't be making as much money because no one would pay the ridiculous steam prices and no companies will buy bulk stock


You're buying keys that the publisher has intended to be sold in a cheaper region. By purchasing them in a more expensive region, you give the publisher less money overall.

As for the "I buy more games that way" argument: if the publisher thought you would buy more games if they were cheaper, they'd make the games cheaper. Their teams of accountants and economists aren't inventing prices for fun. The price games sell for in England is the price games need to sell for in England for the publisher to make a profit.

Again, I have no idea why you keep saying Steam is so expensive. It's simply false. And there are many other reputable places to buy games cheaply - Origin, Uplay, GOG, Humble Bundle etc etc etc
Edited by: "commenter14" 24th Nov

commenter14:

Honestly I don't think GearBest or Banggood should be allowed here either. Hot UK Deals has a lot of visitors, and many people visiting it won't be aware that many deals are dubious at best. I don't want to buy products that are shipped from China, try to dodge import duty, have no warranty and don't contain parts/electronics that are in line with the UK's product safety regulations.

There's no important duty unless you pay £15

But I have bought many items from Gearbest but never received import duty, on some websites they over import duty cover for around £2



I think they mark the items as gift so you don't have to pay it since for gift items the limit is £60 till import duty.

It's very stupid since in the USA it's about $2500 till you get taxed import duty etc

But in the UK it's a mere £15 lol. It sucks, anyway, there is warranty. And they do have safety

Everything is made in china
Do you think when you bought a iPhone that it's a top quality made in UK and forged by the hand of god? No lol it's made in china
Most products are made in china, they ship from China. It's just you're cutting out the middle man, you can buy from their Europe Warehouse usually for extra if you are so worried then there is import duty since it's in the EU, warranty is EU Warranty

commenter1411 m ago

You're buying keys that the publisher has intended to be sold in a cheaper …You're buying keys that the publisher has intended to be sold in a cheaper region. By purchasing them in a more expensive region, you give the publisher less money overall.As for the "I buy more games that way" argument: if the publisher thought you would buy more games if they were cheaper, they'd make the games cheaper. Their teams of accountants and economists aren't inventing prices for fun. The price games sell for in England is the price games need to sell for in England for the publisher to make a profit. Again, I have no idea why you keep saying Steam is so expensive. It's simply false. And there are many other reputable places to buy games cheaply - Origin, Uplay, GOG, Humble Bundle etc etc etc


Like I said I wouldn't be 99% of my library if I had to pay steam prices the same goes for 100,000s of people

Doom £5 CDkeys, £10 steam
Player unknown £16, £37 on Steam

I came name pages on examples

Annnyway.....60 gig for Doom on steam, this is a big one. lol

666FU2 h, 29 m ago

I don't like games dark and scary is Doom goingto be any good for me? I …I don't like games dark and scary is Doom goingto be any good for me? I enjoy Mad Max.


I would say doom is fine. Its a straight up action games shooting demons with the biggest arsenal of any modern shooter. Its fun and the way you go about it it's the demons that should be scared

I'd recommend doom to everyone and their dog though so may be slightly biased. If in doubt just watch a YouTube trailer but personally I'd say it's no scarier than mad Max.

Norseg35 m ago

commenter14:Honestly I don't think GearBest or Banggood should be allowed …commenter14:Honestly I don't think GearBest or Banggood should be allowed here either. Hot UK Deals has a lot of visitors, and many people visiting it won't be aware that many deals are dubious at best. I don't want to buy products that are shipped from China, try to dodge import duty, have no warranty and don't contain parts/electronics that are in line with the UK's product safety regulations.There's no important duty unless you pay £15But I have bought many items from Gearbest but never received import duty, on some websites they over import duty cover for around £2I think they mark the items as gift so you don't have to pay it since for gift items the limit is £60 till import duty. It's very stupid since in the USA it's about $2500 till you get taxed import duty etcBut in the UK it's a mere £15 lol. It sucks, anyway, there is warranty. And they do have safety Everything is made in china Do you think when you bought a iPhone that it's a top quality made in UK and forged by the hand of god? No lol it's made in china Most products are made in china, they ship from China. It's just you're cutting out the middle man, you can buy from their Europe Warehouse usually for extra if you are so worried then there is import duty since it's in the EU, warranty is EU Warranty


Where to begin...

1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import duty is quite possibly a crime. Either way, you risk having to pay up big time if it gets found out.

2. The difference between an iPhone and something sold on GearBest is that the iPhone undergoes rigorous safety testing in line with government regulations. The £70 phone made in China without those regulations could ship with a charger that sets your house on fire.
Edited by: "commenter14" 24th Nov

MBeeching1 h, 32 m ago

MvC: Infinite is £7.19 with the code.


Thank you for the sensible post inbetween all the drivel

commenter1441 m ago

Where to begin... 1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import …Where to begin... 1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import duty is quite possibly a crime. Either way, you risk having to pay up big time if it gets found out. 2. The difference between an iPhone and something sold on GearBest is that the iPhone undergoes rigorous safety testing in line with government regulations. The £70 phone made in China without those regulations could ship with a charger that sets your house on fire.



All i wanted to do was get a few quid off of cakehead!

commenter1451 m ago

Where to begin... 1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import …Where to begin... 1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import duty is quite possibly a crime. Either way, you risk having to pay up big time if it gets found out. 2. The difference between an iPhone and something sold on GearBest is that the iPhone undergoes rigorous safety testing in line with government regulations. The £70 phone made in China without those regulations could ship with a charger that sets your house on fire.


You don't risk having to pay up big time

If the company does it then it's not buyer fault lol

Chinese Phones do have safety.. ok I'm not going to bother you are destroying my brain cells, also about Phones blowing up what about Samsung? I never a heard mass cases of phones blowing for Chinese phone with good reputation


Buy a Xioami they are quality. They are not some "cheap Chinese company who sell time bombs" they are a billion dollar company

commenter1452 m ago

Where to begin... 1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import …Where to begin... 1. Marking a product as a gift in order to evade import duty is quite possibly a crime. Either way, you risk having to pay up big time if it gets found out. 2. The difference between an iPhone and something sold on GearBest is that the iPhone undergoes rigorous safety testing in line with government regulations. The £70 phone made in China without those regulations could ship with a charger that sets your house on fire.



Also we both need to stop before we get banned, I don't think we are allowed to go on rants unrelated to the item in the post

commenter142 h, 29 m ago

The price games sell for in England is the price games need to sell for in …The price games sell for in England is the price games need to sell for in England for the publisher to make a profit.


That's such a quaint thought....

fattyuk3 h, 47 m ago

So they buy cheap sell cheap whats wrong with that?Much better than the …So they buy cheap sell cheap whats wrong with that?Much better than the stolen rubbish on g2a and kinguin!


Devs and publishers get paid less this way, as they purposefully reduce price in some regions, like India. Which drops the sales profit they make. Sometimes its a bit difference for small dev houses but for massive publishers it's not really an issue.

I find cdkeys to be acceptable medium to purchase games if you cannot support devs directly for whatever reason.

I would never support g2a and kinguin etc. almost all keys on there are either fradulent, stolen or bought using phished credit cards

neko23718 m ago

Devs and publishers get paid less this way, as they purposefully reduce …Devs and publishers get paid less this way, as they purposefully reduce price in some regions, like India. Which drops the sales profit they make. Sometimes its a bit difference for small dev houses but for massive publishers it's not really an issue.I find cdkeys to be acceptable medium to purchase games if you cannot support devs directly for whatever reason.I would never support g2a and kinguin etc. almost all keys on there are either fradulent, stolen or bought using phished credit cards


Yeh g2a and Kinguin are flat out criminal black market.

commenter143 h, 49 m ago

No one has ever paid full RRP for anything on Steam. I'm a patient gamer, …No one has ever paid full RRP for anything on Steam. I'm a patient gamer, so I wait for sales. Regardless, I'll happily pay an extra couple of pounds to buy from an authorised seller. I choose not to purchase from grey market retailers, not sure why so many people are so offended by that.


If nobody bought games at full price on PC, devs/pubs would abandon the platform.

Being cheap is great. For us. For the people making and selling the product, it's not so great.

And PC gamers' higher tendency towards being cheap is also why most major publishers prioritize console launches. Bigger sales numbers, more appreciative consumers.

Just something worth keeping in mind.
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 24th Nov

Seanspeed1 h, 18 m ago

If nobody bought games at full price on PC, devs/pubs would abandon the …If nobody bought games at full price on PC, devs/pubs would abandon the platform.Being cheap is great. For us. For the people making and selling the product, it's not so great. And PC gamers' higher tendency towards being cheap is also why most major publishers prioritize console launches. Bigger sales numbers, more appreciative consumers. Just something worth keeping in mind.


It is certainly an interesting point. There's so much more money to be had in online games these days. EA just cancelled their single player Star Wars, one can imagine because it wouldn't earn ad much as an online game. Gamers expect single player games to be half price within 6 months, and they invariably are. The new Wolfenstein is half price already!

I don't think that it's on me as a consumer to resolve that though. I buy the game legitimately when I'm ready to buy it, and there are so many games these days that I never feel like I have to buy a game at launch. It's not my fault as a PC gamer that I have much more choice when it comes to new games.

As a footnote, The Witcher 3 seemed to do OK.
Edited by: "commenter14" 24th Nov

i have bought from cdkeys, no problems legitimate transaction money for goods, same with other "greys".

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people need to stop being butthurt about "grey market" > if you want a tangible copy on release date, then pay for it and stfu. OR you can wait and get it on grey market for cheaper.... your choice, stfu.

it's not third party responsibilities to ensure legitimate "game activation" > devs can make their games cheaper / sort out their own protection, not consumers problem either.... like not third parties problem.

for all we know, cdkeys etc may infact be owned by origin / steam / company to ensure continued income, after release AND most importantly, if there was no "grey market" then online communities would be severly less populated and that would be worse for everyone.... [who doesn't play exlusively single player offline games].

Very nice. Cuphead and The Evil Within 2 for me.

Am a big Destiny fan. Had this for ages, but only just started playing it. I love it! Definitely for those who like first person shooters!

kilboy24th Nov

I'd heartily recommend Cuphead to anyone who likes swearing at their TV.


It's it fun swearing or unfair swearing?
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