The electronics manufacturer Medion will set up terminals in selected Aldi branches starting tomorrow, where you can buy games directly in the store.
Medion and Aldi are briefly testing a new concept for selling video games. For this purpose, terminals will be installed in selected branches of the discounter, at which you can purchase selected titles digitally directly in the branch. You simply go to the said terminals, choose the game you want and buy it cheaply in the store.
Among other things, you can buy Doom Eternal (PC) for 9.99 dollars, Fallout 76 Wastelanders (PC) for 7.99 or The Elder Scrolls Online including Morrowind for 4.99 in the fall sale from November 20 to December 2, 2020 Find dollars. You can see which Aldi branches are taking part in the test from the list below:
- Schweizer Mühle 9, 71229 Leonberg
- Benzstrasse 11, 71272 Renningen
- Rosentalstrasse 2-8 / 1, 72070 Tübingen
- Siemensstrasse 2, 71226 Mössingen
- Senefelderstraße 12/1, 73760 Ostfildern-Ruit
- An der Sausweide 1, 41542 Dormagen-Nievenheim
- Grüner Weg 2, 50825 Cologne-Ehrenfeld
- Sülzburgstrasse 44-46, 50937 Cologne-Sülz
- Richmodstrasse 31, 50667 Cologne-Altstadt-Nord
- Lindenstrasse 57, 41515 Grevenbroich