As if key resellers weren't already the game industry's version of remoras, a new move by GamesDeal is aiming to lower the bar even further.
Capitalising on the success of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the key reseller company is allowing consumers to pay £12.69 for the chance to get the battle-royale game. "Chance", because there is a 50% risk you will get a random game instead.
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PUBG normally sells for £26.99 on Steam (and weirdly, for £27.21 on GamesDeal), but it can be had for about half of that if you are willing to gamble. If you are not willing to gamble, you can buy two "PUBG tickets" for £25.38 and get both PUBG and another game. That sounds like a slightly better deal, since you get PUBG for cheaper and a random game besides it, but it runs the risk of the key coming from shaddy sources.
Obviously, there are no refunds or exchanges for any who take this deal. Use your money however you like, but as always, we recommend you only get your keys from developer-sanctioned marketplaces.