2K Is Having An Independence Day Sale On Mobile Games

Let's face it, some of the best games on mobile come from seasoned AAA game studios and publishers like 2K. Not all of them mind you, as there are many amazing mobile games from indie developers too. If you fancy some of the bigger name publishers and game studios though that are typically seen on consoles and PC, then you'll want to be watching out for the mobile game sale from 2K to celebrate America's beloved holiday which takes place every July 4th. We're of course talking about Independence Day, and if you've been holding off on some of 2K's more recent titles because of their cost, now is a great time to check them out since the sale is hosting mobile games from their lineup, many of them which are at least half off the normal price.

You'll find Android titles from 2K such as Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution 2, WWE 2K, NBA 2K15, NHL 2K, and XCOM: Enemy Within. Every game listed here is available via the Play Store, save for NBA 2K15 which is still only available to Amazon devices powered by Android. Sadly, it's not even available in the Amazon App store for Android devices, but if you have a compatible phone or tablet from Amazon you can pick the game up for sale at $2.99 right now down from the original price of $7.99, which is a pretty big price drop at more than half off.

As for the other games included here, WWE 2K dropped from $7.99 to $5.99, while Sid Meier's dropped to $4.99 down from $9.99 as did XCOM: Enemy Within. Last but not least, NHL 2K dropped to the low price of $2.99 as well, which is down from the original cost of $7.99. Should you be interested in any of these sale deals going on for 2K's mobile titles, you can pick them up starting from today all the way up until July 6th when the Independence Day sale ends, so even if you aren't able to grab them right away, sales of the games aren't limited in quantity and you will have a little bit of time to snatch them up. Just don't miss out!

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