PSN Deals: 280+ Games Discounted in UK and European PlayStation Store Sales


Chris Harding

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The latest round of discounts and deals have gone live on the UK and European PlayStation Stores, so we’re back here with another PSN Deals article. Unlike last week, however, this week’s deals are plentiful with over 280 games discounted.
There are deals on games from just about every PlayStation era. We’ve got PS4, PSVR, PS3, PS Vita, PS2 Classics, and even a few PSOne Classics. There are big-hitting recent releases like Borderlands 2 VR for PSVR, which has had its price dropped down to £30.99.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden has had its price cut down to £21.99, and according to our Jeremy Peterson, that’s a decent price for a decent game. Elsewhere we’ve also got the recently released disappointment that is Just Cause 4 and its various digital editions discounted. You can pick up the standard version of the game for £36.99, but even that might be a bit too much; Pure PlayStation’s Kyle Durant was not a fan of Rico’s latest outing.
Rockstar’s big-hitting Red Dead Redemption 2 has also had a decent reduction, bringing the game down 33% to £39.99. A fair price for a fantastic game, I say.
If you’re looking for some stealthy RPG action adventure, you can’t do wrong with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Deluxe Edition which is now half price at £34.99. I also recommend Awesomenauts Assemble! Fully Loaded Pack which is down from £19.99 to a paltry £5.35. It’s a bargain, though as it’s an online-only game, your fun rests on the dwindling playerbase. Hopefully this sale will push a few more players into the awesome MOBA.
If you’re looking for some classics to take on-the-go with your PS Vita, the original Spyro trilogy is just £2.39. That’s a steal! The Spyro Reignited Trilogy is great, sure, (and also discounted) but you can’t take it with you on the bus. This is the next best thing and it’s also an absolute bargain. The games play really well on the PS Vita, too.
However, if you were in the Crash Bandicoot camp back in the PSOne era, then there’s the original Crash trilogy on offer, too. Like Spyro, the three games will cost you £2.39 in total, or you can buy them individually for £1.19. That’s cheaper than a double cheese burger at McDonald’s, but it’ll last longer and won’t put your bum on the toilet.
There are plenty more offers to be had, so take a look through here and fill your boots while the offers last.

PSN Deals: 280+ Games Discounted in UK and European PlayStation Store Sales

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