Blizzard Entertainment is offering discounts on some — but not all — of its games through its online shop during Black Friday week, with decent deals on games like Overwatch, StarCraft 2 and Heroes of the Storm.
The Windows PC version of Overwatch: Origins Edition is marked down 40 percent to $34.99, the same price as the console versions of the game at retailers like GameStop and Sony’s PlayStation Store and Microsoft’s Xbox Games Store.
Blizzard is selling World of Warcraft, including every expansion through Warlords of Draenor, for $4.99. That’s 75 percent off the standard $19.99 price. The game’s latest expansion, Legion, is sold separately.
StarCraft 2’s first chapter, Wings of Liberty, and its second, Heart of the Swarm, are on sale for $9.99 each. Legacy of the Void, the Protoss-focused third chapter, is on sale for $19.99.
For Blizzard’s free-to-play action strategy game Heroes of the Storm, two discounted bundles are available: the Legends of the Nexus Bundle, which includes heroes Kerrigan, Tassadar and Leoric, one skin for each of those characters and two mounts, is on sale for $39.99 (down from $86.42); and the Altered War Bundle — “Sonya, Arthas, Illidan, Tyrande, and Sylvanas heroes, along with the Wrath Sonya, Crown Prince Arthas, Shan’do Illidan, Blood Elf Tyrande, and Ranger General Sylvanas skins” — on sale for $9.99 (down from $82.90).
Full details on Blizzard’s Black Friday sale — which doesn’t appear to include Diablo 3 or Hearthstone’s new expansion — are at the developer’s website.