Today Only: Get 4 Resident Evil Games For $25 (Xbox One)

GameStop’s Deals of the Day can be hit or miss, but today’s deal is one of the best we’ve seen in recent memory. Until 3 AM PT / 12 AM ET, you can grab a pre-owned Resident Evil bundle containing four Xbox One games for just $25. The bundle includes Resident Evil 4 HD, Resident Evil 5 HD, Resident Evil 6 HD, and Resident Evil 7.

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Each of these games normally goes for around $20 each, and GameStop values the bundle at $74.96. Occasionally we do see these games for under $10 during digital sales, but never for quite this cheap. Plus, this is by far the best deal we’ve seen on physical editions of these four Resident Evil games. Unfortunately, GameStop is only selling this bundle on Xbox One, so PS4 owners can’t take advantage of this superb deal.

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Resident Evil 4 is widely regarded as one of the best games in the series, while Resident Evil 7 switched the perspective to first-person and returned to the franchise’s horror roots. Resident Evil 5 isn’t on the same level as them, but it’s still a great action game. Resident Evil 6 is viewed by many as the black sheep of the series, but the price makes it worth it for the other three games alone.

If you’re interested in the Resident Evil bundle, we’d suggest you order as soon as possible. Though the deal runs until the end of the day, quality GameStop Deals of the Day sometimes sell out much sooner. There are plenty of game deals that last beyond today, though. The Xbox Store is hosting a trio of sales, the PlayStation Store has a pair of its own, and numerous PC game sales are running, including Epic’s Mega sale and Fanatical’s massive May Madness sale.