Hideo Kojima directed this bizarre-in-a-good-way game. You play as Sam, a deliveryman in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by angry, hungry ghost-monsters. (We feel it’s important to mention that Sam is played by Norman Reedus.)
Hades (Nintendo Switch Game) for $20 ($5 off)
This is Louryn’s absolute favorite game of 2020. It’s fun to play and ridiculously hard. Luckily, when you inevitably die over and over again, you’ll just further the storyline. Read more about it in WIRED’s review.
Until Dawn (PS4) for $10 ($10 off)
This title is an oldie but a goodie. WIRED reviewer Jess Grey says it’s one of her favorites. You’ll choose your own adventure in an Evil Dead-like horror setting, attempting to avoid a murderer while stranded on top of a mountain.
12 Months of PlayStation Plus for $45 ($15 off)
If you own a PlayStation and play games online, you need PlayStation Plus. Right now, you can get a year of it for cheaper than normal.
The Sims 4 for $5 ($35 off) + DLC Deals
We love The Sims 4, but it can get really expensive if you want to purchase DLC. Almost every extra pack is on sale right now, plus the base game is only $5. With over 30 extra packs available, we recommend checking our Best Sims 4 Add-Ons guide to smartly take advantage of the sale.
Bombas Socks Are 20 percent off
Bombas (Enter CHEER20 at Checkout)
Some of our favorite socks for running come from Bombas. The company also makes excellent compression socks for post-workout recovery sessions. The coupon code CHEER20 is good for 20 percent off everything Bombas sells—all the socks, plus T-shirts and other apparel.
Lifestraw for $13 ($7 off)
If you hike, camp, or have a disaster kit at the ready, a LifeStraw is a good thing to include. It filters contaminated water without batteries or other accessories. We’ve seen it drop to $10 before, so you may want to wait and see if the price falls even more.
Eagle Creek Compression Packing Cube Set for $24 ($17 off)
Amazon, Eagle Creek
These packing cubes are awesome. We recommend them in our pandemic road trip guide, and several of us here at WIRED use them. We aren’t traveling right now, but for future trips, these cubes will come in handy. I (Louryn) have a tendency to drastically overpack; these compressive cubes satisfy my irrational need to overstuff my suitcase.
Sea to Summit Lite Line Clothesline for $10 ($3 off)
Sea to Summit