With the PlayStation Store Spring sale about to shut its door, the time has come for a new line-up of discounts to take its place. The digital marketplace has now welcomed in the Golden Week sale, which actually lasts longer than seven days. It’ll stick around until 12th May 2021, and all of the deals listed below are live on the UK, EU, and US storefronts right now. So, let’s get stuck right into things and spot ourselves some bargains.
For PS5 games, the Deluxe Edition of Rainbow Six: Siege drops to £7.49/$9.99, Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 is £17.49/$19.99, and the Ultraman Deluxe Edition of Override 2: Super Mech League can be picked up for £21.44/$25.99. Then there’s Balan Wonderworld coming in at £33.49/$40.19. We have no further comment beyond that statement. That’s it for PS5 titles, so the wait goes on to pick those big exclusives up at a cheaper price.
Over on the PS4 and NieR Automata: Game of the Yorha Edition reaches its cheapest ever digital price of £17.49/$19.99. Then there’s Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun for £4.49/$4.99, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory at £33.49/$40.19, and Othercide for £13.19/$15.99. Hypnospace Outlaw drops to £9.79/$13.99, Mortal Shell is £16.24/$19.49 (with a free PS5 upgrade available from this version), and Trials of Mana comes in at £22.49/$24.99. There’s also room for The Wonderful 101 Remastered at £27.19/$27.19, Persona 5 Royal for £24.99/$29.99, and Ashen is £13.19/$15.99.
These deals only scratch the tip of what’s on offer though, with further discounts available for the Yakuza series, Pathologic 2, Star Ocean titles, and AI: The Somnium Files. Therefore, if you want to browse through more than the 700 price drops the Golden Week sale includes, head on over to PS Prices and select the appropriate region. The sale pages aren’t live on the PS Store at the time of writing, so you’ll have to search for the games yourself.
What PS5 and PS4 games will you be buying? Share your digital haul in the comments below.
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