A list of 25 titles are discounted on the site right now, listed in Pounds Sterling. If you need some reference, one Pound sets you back either 1.2 Euros or 1.6 Dollars.
Choices vary from some lesser known games to high profile listings. In particular, a few EA games get a pretty decent discount for their Origin downloads.
Most prominently, Battlefield 4 slashes the price down to £25.99, which is roughly €30. That’s a democratically priced deal for one of the most popular games on the planet at the present. It was released on October 29, 2013.
This deal also beats out Origin’s own Cyber Monday deals, which lists the game at around €40. If you’re looking for some multiplayer action, you probably won’t find any better than this.
If you want to experience a huge community from another genre, FIFA 14 is down to £22.99, which puts it at around €28. This sports title was released on September 26, 2013 and so, it’s still quite a sizable discount for a new game.
Alternatively, you can get Need for Speed: Rivals for the same price. That’s kind of crazy for a game that released not even two weeks ago. It’s literally still in its release month and already has a price that’s almost half of its original cost.
All these sales beat those currently on Origin, by some margin. Aside from EA games, Funstock has a few other deals worth looking over.
For instance, the Game of the Year edition of stealth action game Dishonored is up for £9.99. For some classic action, you can pick up Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara for £4.99. These come with Steam keys.
Let us know if you are getting any game from Funstock Cyber Monday 2013 Deals.