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Middle-earth: Shadow of War Definitive Edition (PC Digital Download) $8.81

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Instant-Gaming has Middle-earth: Shadow of War Definitive Edition (PC Digital Download) on sale for $8.81.

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I was wondering the same. There were a few deals posted previously here. Outside reviews seemed okay. Just pulled the trigger and it activated fine on Steam for me.

Thanks OP!
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Bought from instant-gaming twice in the past, worked as advertised, didn't have a problem activating on steam.
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Seems legit. Codes work.
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I was wondering the same. There were a few deals posted previously here. Outside reviews seemed okay. Just pulled the trigger and it activated fine on Steam for me.

Thanks OP!
I've been watching game deals on SD for a few years, and this is the first I remember hearing of instant-gaming, so I'm not ready to trust them until there's no more data and comments in future deals about them.

CDKeys has been around for longer and is better known. Even CDKeys is criticized as a potential grey market seller, but I've never had a bad key. Sadly these places don't tell us the source of their keys.

The big concern/warning is that Steam will take away your game if the developer reports a batch of keys are stolen or have violated marketing agreements. I've asked others (no replies as usual) and read about if Steam would ban entire accounts because of 1 key redeemed that turns out to be stolen. So far I have not heard of anything happening beyond losing that 1 game, but the possibility of your entire account being banned is a concern which causes me to be careful. If I consider CDKeys a little scary, then instant-gaming I've never heard of is even scarier.

I'll wait for a better deal on this from someone else I'm more familiar with.
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