Deathloop is the next immersive simulation game by Dishonored and Prey studio Arkane, but it is completely different from the previous gems. This is not science fiction or steampunk: this is a work from the 1960s, starring Colt, a soldier who must kill eight targets within 24 hours and transform into an assassin. Quite a feat, right? Well, the time loop in the Groundhog Day style cycle should make things a little easier.
Deathloop’s PC release date is September 14, 2021, but given that Microsoft now owns Bethesda, it will also be released exclusively as a PS5 console-embarrassing. We’ve seen quite a lot of games running, and fans of Arkane’s improvisational method of solving problems at will feel at home: check out our information center for all the information you need to know about Deathloop.
Before tomorrow’s release, Deathloop’s pre-orders are still open in Australia. Unlike most PC games today, you can actually buy the boxed version if you want. If you are keen to book, you will get a unique character skin (Colt’s Storm Rider version) and an unspecified trinket, which is an equipable buff.
Australia’s cheapest Deathloop pre-order
At the cheapest price, you can book the standard version of Deathloop in Australia here.
Deathloop @ Amazon AU
99.95 Australian dollars 68 Australian dollars
There is no word yet on whether this is based on CD or redeemable codes-we speculate on the latter, and Bethesda.net. Please also note that since this is a physical product that needs to be shipped to you, you may not be able to play the game as soon as it starts (if this is important to you).
Deathloop @ Green Man Gaming
99.95 Australian dollars 81.96 Australian dollars
Last week it was only 78 Australian dollars, but has since risen by a few dollars. If you purchase through Green Man Gaming, you will receive a Deathloop code that can be redeemed on Steam.The deluxe version is 101.38 Australian dollars About the green man game.
Deathloop @ JB Hi-Fi
99.95 Australian dollars 79 Australian dollars
If you want to walk into the store on the day of launch, this is the cheapest option to buy Deathloop on your PC.If you want to use JB Hi-Fi to order online, you need to pay an additional AUD 2 for shipping to bring the total amount to 81 Australian dollars.
Deathloop @ Fanatical
99.95 Australian dollars 85.95 Australian dollars
If you purchase through Fanatical, you will receive a Deathloop code that can be redeemed on Bethesda.net.The deluxe version, including a series of unique weapons, character skins and two trinkets, is 111.75 AUD About fanaticism.
Death Cycle @ Steam 99.95 Australian dollars
Although yes, you purchased it through Steam, but you still need a Bethesda.net account to play it.The deluxe version is 129.95 Australian dollars On Steam.
Deathloop @ EB Games 99.95 Australian dollars
EB Games is not cheap, but if you want to buy Deathloop in a physical store on the day of launch, you may match the price with Amazon or JB Hi-Fi. If you book online, you need to pay a deposit of AUD 10.
So there you have it: A week before Deathloop was released, Amazon was by far the cheapest way to get the game, but it needs to be shipped to you. Green Man Gaming is probably the smartest place to pick up Deathloop before its release tomorrow, if you want the moment it goes live.
We will pay close attention to these prices and how they fluctuate in the weeks after launch-if you want to know about any discounts after launch, please check back. In the past few months, prices have fluctuated greatly, at least on the digital storefront side of the fence, but at this stage, these may continue until launch day.