Even though Black Friday is officially still a few days away, Sony has begun the season of deals early. While Sony’s Black Friday deals will be available at retail stores in less than a week, its PlayStation Store is discounting digital games even earlier. The PlayStation Store’s Black Friday sale is live now with over 150 games, bundles, and DLC packs majorly discounted from full price.
Lasting until November 27, PlayStation’s digital Black Friday sale is chock-full of great deals on a diverse selection of titles. While consoles are obviously not included in this sale, consumers can still find great deals on games, like PlayStation exclusives God of War and Detroit: Become Human both for only $21.99. Sports fans can find NHL 19, Madden 19, NBA 2k19, and FIFA 19 all for only $29.99, and Treyarch’s most recent addition to the Call of Duty franchise, Black Ops 4, can be purchased for $47.99. Assassins Creed: Odyssey is $40.19, while its predecessor, Origins, is on sale for $23.99.
Any fans awaiting the release of The Last of Us: Part 2 can re-experience The Last of Us Remastered for only $5.99, and Fallout fans that may have been turned off by the multiplayer aspect of Fallout 76 can purchase Fallout 4 for $14.99. Games priced at $20 include NBA Live 19, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Persona 5, The Evil Within 2, Nascar Heat 3, and many more.
PS VR titles include, but are not exclusive to, Firewall Zero Hour for $29.99, Creed: Rise to Glory for $14.99, and Doom VFR, also for $14.99. Released in September, Shadow of the Tomb Raider is $29.99, and Red Dead Redemption 2‘s Special Edition has been reduced by $10 to $89.99. While PS Plus subscribers received Destiny 2 for free just a few months ago, they can now pick up its expansion pack, Forsaken, for $29.99.
Although many of these prices may still be a few dollars more expensive than some physical copies being sold on Black Friday, the extra $2 people would spend on God of War or Detroit: Become Human digitally may be worth not having to deal with the stresses of lining up. However, some of these deals cannot be found anywhere else, and the one-tap purchase of a digital title is certainly difficult to pass up.
PlayStation Store’s Black Friday Sale is live now and will end on November 27.