Today’s Best Tech Deals: Get Them While They’re Here

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It’s hard to beat these deals! Act fast to grab them before they’re gone. Let’s get into the savings.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

The latest entry in the storied Assassin’s Creed franchise sees players taking the role of a mighty Viking warrior. In the game, players adventure across a fantasy version of Europe in the Middle Ages, battling foes and securing treasure.

If you’re a fan of semi-historical narratives, Vikings, or just the Assassin’s Creed franchise, this is a great title for you. Better yet, it’s on sale right now. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game are both on sale for $23 at Amazon right now. Given that this title only released in November, and it was $60 then, that’s a very good deal.

Roomba

Who actually likes cleaning? If you’re sick of sweeping and vacuuming, why not get a robot to do it for you? That’s where the iRobot Roomba comes in. Those looking to spruce up their living space are in luck today: Amazon has a sale going on several iRobot products.

Roomba devices are incredibly convenient for people with busy schedules. They can be controlled from an app if you need to give them specific commands. In their default “cleaning” mode, they simply comb through your house in a grid pattern and scoop up dirt and dust. When they get low on battery power, they navigate themselves into their docks and charge up. Once they’re fully charged, they get back to the business of keeping the house clean.

It’s all incredibly easy to use and set up, making the Roomba ideal for those who can’t always slow down to deal with their household cleaning chores. Having one less thing to worry about is well worth the price of a cleaning robot!

Bravely Default II

Bravely Default II, the second sequel to the 3DS hit Bravely Default, brings classic turn-based RPG gameplay to the Switch. If you’re a fan of titles like Octopath Traveler or classic Final Fantasy games, then you’ll love Bravely Default II.

The main focus of the battles revolves around the “brave” and “default” mechanics. Players can “default” to bank extra turns and defend, and then let out a flurry of turns in short succession by using the “brave” command.

If you’re looking to try out a great, lengthy RPG, then look no further. Bravely Default II only released a few months ago, but Amazon already has it on sale for $40. That’s $20 off of retail, a rare discount for a first-party Nintendo game.