WWE’s Sasha Banks Reportedly in Season 2 of Star Wars: The Mandalorian

Here’s some interesting news that blends the worlds of Star Wars and WWE…

According to Mat Men Pro Wrestling, and confirmed by ProWrestlingSheet’s Ryan Satin (who’s appeared several times on FS1’s WWE Backstage), WWE Superstar Sasha Banks has filmed scenes for Season 2 of Disney+’s The Mandalorian – which is set to premiere October 2020.

No other details are known about Banks’ role at this time, or how prominently she might be featured, but Banks has been off of TV for a number of weeks now, since January 3, supposedly healing up from an ankle injury. Whether or not the injury is legit or not is unknown, but she has had ample time for side projects is she has in fact been cast on The Mandalorian.

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Walt Disney boss Robert Iger has teased that Mandalorian spinoffs are a “possibility” after Season 2, heavily implying that the show might utilize more familiar Star Wars characters and allow them to headline their own shows after being introduced in the flagship Star Wars series.

Banks is a four-time Raw Women’s Champion though her time off TV caused her to miss WWE’s annual Royal Rumble PPV, where her best friend Bayley successfully defended the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Lacey Evans.

What kind of role would you like to see Sasha Banks’ play on The Mandalorian? A fellow bounty hunter? An Imperial assassin? Someone who gets chocked out by The Child? Let us know!

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Matt Fowler is a writer for IGN and a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler and Facebook at Facebook.com/MattBFowler.

Rainbow Six Siege’s Tachanka Is Getting a Full Rework In 2020

Ubisoft has announced that Tachanka, Rainbow Six Siege’s beloved-but-terrible Operator, will be reworked and overhauled this year. The new design completely removes his turret, although he’ll remain a destructive defense operator.

Announced at the Six Invitation as part of the roadmap for Years 5 and 6, Ubisoft explained that Tachanka is finally going to be redesigned. The new ‘Chanka will still have his DP28 LMG, but rather than used in a turret form it will instead be carried as a primary weapon. His gadget is a new Kulakov incendiary grenade launcher that can be used for area denial.

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“His main problem was having that turret tying him down to one location,” explains Alex Karpazis, Art Director for Rainbow Six Siege. Originally, Tachanka’s gadget was a deployable MG turret that forced him to stay still. “The biggest thing was lifting that LMG off the turret and have him be more mobile.”

The LMG can be used to cause some incredible damage to a map’s soft walls. A demonstration video shows the gun being shot to create a circle in some drywall in order to cut a large opening. “There’s some crazy destruction you can do, but never on the level of Tachanka,” Karpazis says. “The design team thought it worked super well with the legend of his weapon. And it ties in well with his kit. He can roam, and he can make holes to shoot his incendiary grenades through.”

While the LMG is clearly an iconic part of Tachanka’s kit, it won’t be his only option. “We’re not getting rid of the other main weapons,” says Jean-Baptiste Hallé, lead game designer for Rainbow Six Siege. “The current plan is to still have the SMG with an ACOG scope, but you have to be mobile in this game which is why we removed the turret.”

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The LMG is a remix of the old, but the Kulakov Incendiary Grenade launcher is something brand new, not just to Tachanka but to Siege as a whole. “So the incendiary grenade launcher is something we thought fit really well with his subtle character,” Karpazis jokes. “It’s something that means he can take more control of a map, he can lay down fire and take control of the flow of where attackers can approach from.”

“It’s a sort of alternative to Smoke,” says Hallé, comparing the area denial fire bombs to the British Operator’s toxic gas. “It’s not that easy to play with because the patch of fire it leaves is really small, but the fun of it is you can spam a lot of them. You can block a hallway with them and you can bounce them off walls, so there’s a lot of skill with how you play with his grenades.”

Perhaps most exciting of all, though, is the potential of finally seeing what is underneath that bucket-like helmet. “With the new rework of him we decided to make a face behind his helmet,” Karpazis says. Whether that’s viewable with cosmetics, or if there will be a helmetless Elite skin, we’ll just have to wait to find out.

The team has been playing around with this version of Tachanka for a while, and have found some fun combos to make with him. “When you have a Goyo and you mix that with a Tachanka, there’s fire everywhere,” Karpazis says with a smile. “And that makes it pretty safe when triggering Goyo’s shields. Tachanka and Goyo are a match made in heaven.”

He’s a formidable opponent for attackers, then. “In terms of countering, you have to be careful with your positioning because he can kill so much time now,” Karpazis explains. “So maybe it’s best to avoid him rather than go on a head-to-head confrontation.”

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This rework has been a long time coming, but it simply took this long for the team to be able to see the character with fresh eyes. “In the past we said we wouldn’t touch him because we couldn’t find the right way to do it,” Hallé explains. “But we’ve gone back to the drawing board because now is the time to revisit existing content. Our eyes were fresh on him and we’ve nailed what made his identity. The whole thing started to make sense when we took the LMG out of his turret and made it his primary.”

Tachanka may be the first major rework in some time, but he won’t be the last. “We have other operators on our watch list,” Hallé says. “If you regularly look at our graphs when we release our notes, if you look at the operators who have the lowest pick rate and highest frustrations, you’ll have a pretty good idea of who may be on our watch list.”

A quick look at recent frustration graphs reveal that Jackal, Blitz, Clash, and Echo all score pretty high, and so based on that evidence there’s a good chance that some of these Operators may undergo some form of redesign over the course of the next couple of years.

For more on Rainbow Six Siege, check out what Operators and map is coming in the first season of Year 5 – Operation Void Edge – or take a deeper look at the full story of the game’s development in our documentary: Saving Siege.

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Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer, and soon to be Tachanka convert. You can follow him on Twitter

Rainbow Six Siege Year 5 Will Rework House

Ubisoft has announced a new roadmap for Rainbow Six Siege, which covers the next two years of updates. The content plan includes 10 new operators, eight reworked maps, a new system to tackle player toxicity, a battle pass for every season, and a plethora of core gameplay tweaks.

The plan, announced at the Six Invitational 2020, deviates from the traditional 12-month Siege roadmap typically outlined in February of each year. Instead, Ubisoft has opted for a 24-month plan that gradually shifts away from what players usually expect from each season. The key difference is that Siege will start to offer just one new Operator per season, rather than two, starting half way through Year 5, and continuing into Year 6.

Replacing that second Operator per season will be an increase in “core gameplay” adjustments and reworks. “The idea is that we’re going to revamp gameplay systems that impact your round every time that you’re playing,” says Jean-Baptiste Hallé, lead game designer for Rainbow Six Siege.

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Operators and Maps

Operator reworks and re-balances will be applied throughout a season, rather than just at the start, which should keep the flow of content feeling more continuous. Those reworks have yet to be entirely detailed, but it’s been confirmed that Siege’s long-term joke Operator, Tachanka, is getting an overdue complete overhaul.

The roadmap will deliver eight maps over the two years, with all of them being reworks rather than new locations. Year 6 maps have yet to be announced, but Year 5 will see, in order, reworks of Oregon, House, Skyscraper, and Chalet. While only Oregon has been detailed so far, as part of the Operation Void Edge presentation, and is a small but impactful change, it seems as if House will be a more major rework than those seen through Year 4.

“We didn’t want to lose too much of [House], but it really was too small,” explains Alex Karpazis, Art Director on Rainbow Six Siege. “So we wanted to grow it a little bit more, provide more mobility, but still have it as a great introduction map for new players.”

When quizzed about why Siege seems to moving entirely away from new maps for the next two years, Hallé says “We’ve observed that the enthusiasm from our player base when they get a rework, when they see that the problematic parts have been fixed or changed, that has a better level of success.”

“You don’t have to learn the map from the ground up,” he adds. “You’re still familiar, but it’s also fresh and new.”

A map ban phase will be introduced to Ranked play, akin to the pick and ban system used for Operators. A selection of three maps will be provided for teams to decide upon, which will allow more player agency in determining the location of each match.

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Ubisoft is also planning several major feature overhauls, with plans to make elements like the preparation and support phases more engaging. The first change to be announced is Ping 2.0; an Apex Legends-like system that allows attackers to mark defender equipment such as Kapkan and Frost traps. “It will give you more impact as an attacker during the preparation phase because you are able to pinpoint the position and the nature of gadgets and share it with your teammates,” explains Hallé.

There will also be new secondary gadgets introduced, such as a new hard breaching option, and a proximity alarm that can be used to help defenders track attacker movements. A new replay system is also in the works, which Ubisoft notes will be a helpful tool for those looking to learn from their defeats.

Rainbow Six Siege Proximity MineWhat will perhaps bring the biggest sense of relief, though, is news that Ubisoft is working on a player reputation system. “It’s a system we’ve seen used by our competitors and it gives good results when it’s well done,” Hallé says. “We know it’s going to be a tough one, but we think in the long run it will help fight against problematic behaviour and encourage the positivity we want to see in our community.”

While the team does not have the specifics locked it at current, the core idea is that players will have a reputation score that will be clearly visible. “A certain amount of what you can do will be tied to that score,” Hallé reveals. “Maybe if you get a bad score, certain playlists will be forbidden.”

Each season will feature some kind of core gameplay change, which the team explained could not happen were it not for the reduced Operator count. Ubisoft also promises that being able to focus on a single Operator will allow the character to be more polished upon release.

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The two-year plan puts increased emphasis on events and a new Arcade Playlist. “These are smaller events that happen more frequently, with gameplay modifiers to freshen up the experience and let us test some things,” Hallé explains.

The first event will be Golden Gun, a homage to N64’s GoldenEye, in which all players are solely armed with a hilariously overpowered gold-plated Desert Eagle that needs reloading after every shot. Events have become a relatively common part of Siege, from Halloween-themed game modes to highly competitive map designs such as the SI’s Stadium, but the Year 5/6 roadmap promises a new one each season, as well as a playlist that will allow players to freely engage in a far more ‘fun’ version of Siege.

“The great thing about events is we get to have a petri dish of testing,” says Karpazis. “Bulletproof glass [from Stadium] is something we thought worked really well, and we’ll be looking at it in the future for sure.” Effectively, the Arcade Playlist is a guinea pig lab for the team’s wilder ideas that may eventually transition to the core Siege modes.

There’s also the promise of the Rainbow Six Cup, currently in the prototyping stage, which Hallé describes as a mini tournament. A team of five will subscribe to a Cup event and play against other similarly ranked teams, with the winners being crowned Cup winners, at least until the next event when it all starts afresh.

While all these changes are exciting for the future of Siege, it’s not hard to notice that the two-year plan overlaps with the advent of next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft. Ubisoft refuses to be baited into giving any details away, but it does promise that PS5 and Xbox Series X is part of its plan for the future of Rainbow Six Siege. “It is absolutely a part of Rainbow’s plan,” says Hallé. “We have a firm intention of heading to next gen.”

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Pro League Esports

Big changes are being implemented for the Pro League. After the conclusion of the current season, the league will transition to a regionalised program that focuses on the four regions of Europe, North America, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific, with the latter being split into North and South divisions. Each season will be divided into quarters, with the first three concluding with a Major, and the final quarter being the regional finals and the Six Invitational.

A new points system for esports teams will be implemented that rewards consistent performance rather than purely victories. This will prevent those who win a Major ‘resting on their laurels’ for the rest of the season. “A team winning a major will be getting 600 points, which is a lot, but it’s not enough to qualify them for the Invitational,” explains Wei Yue, Esports Director at Ubisoft Montreal.

In each region, only the top eight teams in a stage will score points, meaning it’s vital to stay competitive. The top four teams in each stage go on to the Major, and the top 16 scoring teams after all three Majors then go on to compete in the Six Invitational.

For more on Rainbow Six Siege, check out our rundown of everything arriving in Operation Void Edge, along with fresh gameplay of the new Operators, Iana and Oryx. And if you want the full story of the game’s development, check out Saving Siege, our documentary on how Rainbow Six became one of the world’s biggest shooters.

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Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer. You can follow him on Twitter

Cyberpunk 2077 is Apparently Getting Its Own Nvidia GPU

Nvidia, makers of graphics cards for gaming PCs the world over, is teasing a Cyberpunk 2077-themed GPU.

Nvidia posted a blurry photo of the GPU following a brief exchange between the Nvidia and Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter accounts. The Cyberpunk account started by coyly asking Nvidia if they had ever considered releasing a limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 GPU, to which the Nvidia account with a couple emojis and a simple message: “Stay tuned…”

Here’s the image from Nvidia’s Twitter:


As one Reddit user pointed out, it appears we might be back in ye olden days of 2007, when GPUs frequently came with character art on them. We don’t currently know what stats this GPU will boast, but we’ll update this article when Nvidia finally releases more info.

It’s not the only thing Nvidia is working on. Nvidia GeForce Now has re-entered the market as a serious competitor to Google Stadia. GeForce Now, uh, now streams the games you already own for $4.99 a month. You can check out what we thought about how easy it was to setup, how well the streaming works, and whether it’s worth subscribing to in our review of Nvidia GeForce Now.

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As for Cyberpunk 2077, we’re still waiting for it to release on September 17 following its delay. In the meantime, you can buy Cyberpunk 2077 Funko toys in April. You can also read up on why CD Projekt Red decided to delay Cyberpunk 2077.

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Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer for IGN.

Box Office: Sonic the Hedgehog Races Past the Competition

Sonic made a rather large BOOM! at the box office over this President’s Day Weekend, racing past its initial predictions of $40-45 million to (b)ring in an estimated $57 million.

Worldwide, it’s brought in $100 million, making it the best showing of all time for a video game movie, according to Variety. With Monday being a holiday, Sonic is expected to pull in $68 million domestically.

Warner Bros.’ Birds of Prey took in a decent $17.1 million over the weekend, which was enough to land it in second place Monday is expected to bump the take to $19.6 million.

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Doing very well for themselves over the Valentine’s Day/President’s Day cluster were Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island, which earned $12.4 million, and The Photograph, starring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield, which grabbed $12.2 million. Both films cost very little to produce.

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North American Box Office Estimates

Bad Boys for Life and 1917 continued their strong showings in the Top 10 while Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite received a nice box office bump following its history-making Oscar win for Best Picture.

Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Downhill debuted to a disappointing $4.6 million.

Here are the Top 10 North American box office estimates for the (2-day) weekend (via Box Office Mojo)

  • 1. Sonic the Hedgehog $57,000,000
  • 2. Birds of Prey $17,115,000
  • 3. Fantasy Island $12,400,000
  • 4. The Photograph $12,270,000
  • 5. Bad Boys for Life $11,305,000
  • 6. 1917 $8,090,000
  • 7. Jumanji: The Next Level $5,700,000
  • 8. Parasite $5,500,500
  • 9. Dolittle $5,050,000
  • 10 Downhill $4,671,000

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Matt Fowler is a writer for IGN and a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler and Facebook at Facebook.com/MattBFowler.

Co-Star of Disney’s Queen of Katwe Dies at 15

Nikita Pearl Waligwa, a co-star of Disney’s 2016 film Queen of Katwe, has died, according to a Deadline report citing Ugandan media. Waligwa reportedly died due to a brain tumor.

Nikita Pearl Waligwa, as Gloria in 2016's Queen of Katwe.
Nikita Pearl Waligwa, as Gloria in Queen of Katwe.

Queen of Katwe told the true story of Phiona Mutesi, a Ugandan chess prodigy rising from the poverty of the slum her family lived in. Waligwa starred as Gloria, a friend of Phiona who introduces her to chess and its rules. Waligwa starred alongside well-known actors like Lupita Nyong’o, playing Phiona’s mother, and David Oyelowo, her chess teacher.

Waligwa was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2016, spurring her family to get the young actress medical treatment in India. By 2017, she had evidently recovered from the tumor, but it returned this last year.

When IGN reviewed Queen of Katwe back in 2016, we credited the film for breaking Disney’s live-action slump at the time, calling it an unconventional feel-good tale. Queen of Katwe was Waligwa’s only known acting credit, according to IMDb.

Waligwa was 15 years old.

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Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer for IGN.

Daily Deals: Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray Sale, MacBook Air Discount, Xbox and Playstation Bundle Sales

Today’s deals continue to feature the Amazon Warehouse, where countless products are on sale for varying prices, with an added 20% off on top of most other discounts. This includes some great Playstation and Xbox console bundles, as well as other great tech gadgets. Along with that, this Sunday features deals on various Anime, the New MacBook Air, 4K TVs and more.

Get the Dragon Ball Z Box Set for $123 At Amazon


Dragon Ball Z is one of the most well known anime around, and whether you love it or hate it, at this price it’s hard to go wrong considering just how much content you will be receiving.

Amazon Warehouse: Video Game Consoles and Hardware at Prices Lower Than Black Friday

Amazon Warehouse is currently offering an extra 20% off on top of already discounted used items. That includes consoles, VR bundles, controllers and more. “Like New” and “Very Good” condition items are often in brand new or mint condition with just damage to the packaging only or perhaps missing the manual or a few nonessential accessories. You also get the same 30-day money back guarantee as a standard Amazon purchase and the remainder of whatever warranty the item has (often for “Like New” items it’s almost the entire warranty).

Amazon Warehouse: Xbox One X Bundle With Game (Used: Like New) from $237.92

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This deal is back, and it’s even cheaper than before. “Like New” console bundles are currently available and the description states that they are pretty much brand new with dented box packaging. This is pretty much the only way to score an Xbox One X at such a ridiculously low price, and it even comes with a very high quality game. Both Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Gears 5 (which actually includes all Gears games), are well rated.

Amazon Warehouse: Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller (Used: Like New) for $131.17

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These are essentially brand new controllers in original packaging (you can get it brand new for $20 off too). This professional-grade controller features adjustable tension thumbsticks, shorter hair trigger locks, wraparound textured grips, interchangeable thumbsticks and paddle shapes, and includes a USB Type C cable with charging dock. It boasts up to 40 hours of battery life and is confirmed to work on the next-gen Xbox as well.

Amazon Warehouse: PSVR Mega Blood + Truth Everybodys Golf Bundle (Used: Like New) for $255

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This bundle includes a pair of Move controllers and the PlayStation camera. Both of these accessories are necessary to play the #1 VR game out there: Beat Saber. You’ll never find this bundle for as low of a price, even on Black Friday, and it’s in “Like New” condition.

Amazon Warehouse: Apple Watch Series 5 with Stainless Steel Case and Milanese Loop (Used: Very Good) for $430.61

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If you want the latest and inarguably the greatest smart watch out there, the latest generation Series 5 is discounted at Amazon Warehouse. The headline upgrade of the Apple Watch Series 5 is its always-on display, which means you don’t need to tilt your wrist to check the time. This particular model has  an extra nice stainless steel case and Milanese loop, and it also has both GPS and cellular connectivity.

Grab the 13″ New MacBook Air for $1,500 at Amazon


The new MacBook Air has been up and down in price recently, but it’s sitting at $1500 right now, which is the lowest price it has reached on it’s roller coaster of price changes. If you’re an Apple fan, and need a new laptop, this is definitely a deal worth checking out.

Amazon Warehouse: Sony WH1000XM3 Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone (Like New) $198

These are the best sounding noise-cancelling headphones I’ve personally used. In my opinion the active noise cancellation is just as good as the Bose QuietComfort 3 but the audio quality is better. The previous version of these headphones (WH1000XM2) sold like hotcakes on Black Friday The WH1000XM3 upgrades the noise cancelling and swaps the Micro USB port to USB Type C. This is far and away the lowest price we’ve seen.

Marvel’s Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Edition for Xbox One and PS4 Now up for Preorder

One of the most anticipated games of 2020 now has it’s most special edition up for preorder. Earth’s Mightiest Edition includes Marvel’s Avengers: Deluxe Edition with steelbook case, a full color 12” statue of Captain America, Hulk bobblehead, Mjolnir keychain, Black Widow’s belt buckle, Iron Man’s prototype armor blueprints, Kamala Khan’s honorary Avenger pin, and commemorative Avengers group photo. Pre-order to get 72-hour early access.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance for PC is Free for a Limited Time at the Epic Games Store

If you enjoy Witcher 3, I’d suggest giving this game a go, especially at the current “low” price. It’s a similar style of action RPG that takes place in a familar medieval setting, complete with a rich story, detailed world, engaging NPCs, and character progression. What really makes Kingdom Come: Delivery unique, though, is it’s realistic and gritty combat system. You can read our review for more info about the game.

Newest Apple AirPods 2 Wireless Earphones for $129

Today, the AirPods have dropped back down to $129, which is the lowest price that we saw on Black Friday. These are truly wireless earphones with no cord connecting the two ear pieces. It also includes a charging case.

Get a Toshiba 43″ 4K UHD TV for $229.99


This Toshiba 43″ 4K TV might not have all the bells and whistles of a premium unit, but if you’re simply looking for a device that the kids can use, or one to plop into a side room, this is a perfect pickup for you.

70″ Samsung UN70NU6900 4K Smart HDTV for $578

It amazes me that you can score a latest generation (2019) massive 70″ 4K TV from a brand name like Samsung for only $578. You even get free delivery and the option to extend your warranty from Walmart/AllState to 3 years for only $54.

55″ TCL 55R615 4K Smart Roku HDTV (Fully HDR Capable) for $429.99

This is one of TCL’s more premium models and is one of the least expensive TVs with fully HDR capability (it was $500 on Black Friday). It boasts a full array LED backlight with local dimming and wide color gamut, two features that are generally reserved for much higher priced models. It’s definitely one of the best sub-$500 55″ TVs out there.

55% Off Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebook Hardcover Gift Set, Now $96.99

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Play the role playing game that’s survived generations of gamers. Even after all this time, Dungeons & Dragons never gets old. The D&D Core Rulebook Gift Set includes exclusive foil cover editions of the three Dungeons & Dragons core rulebooks: the Players Handbook, Dungeon Master’s Guide, and Monster Manual, as well as a Dungeon Master’s Screen. You have almost everything you need to get started, save for some polyhedral dice. Don’t forget to activate the coupon during purchase.

Back in Stock: Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition

This one has been out of stock from nearly the beginning and bound to go out of stock again well before the September release date. This is easily one of the most anticipated games of 2019. The studio CD Projekt Red are the masterminds behind the incredible Witcher games and if you’re a huge fan like I am then you will most definitely be getting this game. The Collector’s Edition includes the game with steelbook case, 10″ statue of V in action, hardcover art book, metal pin set, metal keychain, patches, postcards, sticker set, DLC, and more.

More Deals From Today:

  • OnePlus 7T Smartphone (Unlocked) for $499 at OnePlus
  • Funimation Anime Sale on Amazon
  • Up to 30% off Bedding & Mattresses on Amazon
  • World of Warcraft Pop Up Book 50% Off on Amazon
  • Twin Peaks: From Z to A for $111 on Amazon
  • Crash Team Racing + Crash N Sane Trilogy Combo Bundle for $41 on Amazon
  • 75″ Sony XBR 75X900F 4K HDR Smart HDTV for $1498 at Walmart
  • PS4 Pro 1TB Gaming Console for $299.99 at Woot
  • Sony PS4 DualShock Controller in Black for $39.99 at Walmart
  • Sony PS4 DualShock Controller in Glacier White for $39.99 at Walmart
  • Sony PS4 DualShock Controller in Green Cambo for $39.99 at Walmart

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