Borderlands 2, System Shock 2, Gal Civ 3 going cheap in Fanatical's Sci-Fi Sale

As you prepare to escape into the weekend, Fanatical wants you to escape Planet Earth. The digital storefront's Sci-Fi Weekend Sale (opens in new tab) is live now through Monday, August 27 at 4pm BST / 8am PST—and offers discounts on the likes of Borderlands 2 (opens in new tab), Galactic Civilizations 3 (opens in new tab), and System Shock 2 (opens in new tab)

From front to back, those are going for £4.99, £10.53 and £1.04/your regional equivalent, respectively. If you fancy catching the latter's full story, the System Shock Pack (opens in new tab) adds the original's Enhanced Edition for £2.09. 

Other highlights include Offworld Trading Company (opens in new tab) for £7.49, and indie gem The Final Station (opens in new tab) for just £2.19. Like most of Fanatical's sales, entering a special coupon will next you an extra ten percent off. This 'un's code is SCIFI10.

Check out Fanatical's Sci-Fi Weekend Sale in full this way (opens in new tab)

Before you go—remember that Fanatical Assistant browser extension (opens in new tab) we mentioned a while back? Well, syncing your Steam Wishlist via the tool now stands you the chance of winning $100. 

"Everyone who syncs their Steam Wishlist via the Fanatical Assistant browser extension will be entered into our special prize draw, it's as simple as that," says Fanatical (opens in new tab). "Ten lucky winners are in with the chance of bagging $100 to spend on the Fanatical Store, with thousands of PC games to choose from.

"Everyone who has installed Fanatical Assistant and synced their Steam Wishlist since the extension launched in July will be eligible to win. Details on how you can sync and win can be found [here (opens in new tab)], as well as the T&Cs. The contest ends on September 3rd at 9am BST—good luck, and thanks for syncing."

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