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It’s no secret PC gamers are getting the better deals on video games compared to their console gaming cousins (or nemesis, however you want to label it), but this deal was slightly on the unexpected side.

Two weeks ago Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor released on PC for $49.99, or $10 less than the $59.99 you’d have to pay on console. Just this week the price is even better: the PC version that activates on Steam is now marked down 27% after coupon at GMG, a popular authorized digital retailer based out of the UK. You get your Steam key immediately after purchase, straight from the publisher through GMG.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor — $48.00 (normally $50)
• At checkout use: U9OULG-XRTO1V-4VMUGZ

GMG’s 27% coupon code expired earlier today October 20th at 11 a.m. Eastern. You can still get the game at 20% off with the code listed above.

But wait, there’s more! If you already own Shadow of Mordor and are looking for a discount on the extra content contained in the Season Pass, there’s one for that too. How coincidentally convenient? Use a slightly different coupon at checkout and you can get Shadow of Mordor’s Season Pass for  a $6.25 price break. The coupon has the same expiration date as above.

Shadow of Mordor Season Pass — $18.75 (normally $25)
At checkout use: U9OULG-XRTO1V-4VMUGZ

Console gamers looking for similar discounts are out of luck, and you’d most likely have to wait a good month or two before sales for Shadow of Mordor on the console to come anywhere near the current PC discounted price.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4) — $49.99 (normally $60)
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (Xbox One) — $49.99 (normally $60)

Console gamers gets a nice surprise $10 discount this weekend via Best Buy (and Amazon which has also price matched). Both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Shadow of Mordor are cut down to $49.99 with free shipping from either retailers. 7th gen console gamers are out of luck as no price breakers are available just yet. PS4 gamers do get some additional solace today via a 600+ MB patch, giving Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor a photo mode, so uh… you can now pause the action and take screenshots.

The reviews on Shadow of Mordor has been positive for both regular gamers and critics alike. Gamesbeat’s own review gives it an 80/100, calling it “a fresh, exciting game… with a crazy flaw”. That puts it just slightly under the compilation of critic scores on Metacritic – which has a slightly higher 86/100.

Some reviewers labels the title as “the single best Lord of the Rings adaptation to date” while others say it’s “missing a vital spark”. The only way you’ll know is if you decide to  try it out. If you so choose to, the PC version is currently the cheapest way to do so.