Sony offers a great deal of discount on thousands of games as part of ongoing PlayStation Store Summer Sale 2022 event.
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One of the biggest annual promotions is finally here as PlayStation Store kick-started Summer Sale 2022 today, offering deep discounts over thousand products on their digital distribution outlet and will be available until August 3, 2022.
Recently debuted games like Evil Dead: The Game, Kao the Kangaroo and The Quarry are now at 25%, 20% and 33% off respectively. To explore a galaxy far, far away, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga comes at 25% surprise discount.
PlayStation Hits titles like Bloodborne, Final Fantasy VII Remake, God of War, Sifu are on 50% off than regular retail price. Final Fantasy XIV Online Complete Edition includes four expansion packs in one bundle for 30% off its original price.
PlayStation players can also get their hands on some great bundle deals with Assassin's Creed: Mythology Pack (70%), Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy (50%), Far Cry: Insanity Bundle (67%), Mafia: Trilogy (60%) and many other collections.
For a deep discount, check out A Plague Tale: Innocence (75%), Batman: Arkham Knight (80%), Battlefield V (75%), Borderlands 3 (75%), Doom Eternal (60%), Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (75%), Tekken 7 (80%) and Titanfall 2 (80%) base game.
Non-exclusive player's choice titles such as Alien: Isolation, Dying Light: Definitive Edition and Star Wars: Squadrons are all on 75% discount. Going further deep is Dragon Ball FighterZ, God Eater 3 and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (85%).
Courtesy of Japanese developer/publisher Capcom, fan-favorite titles Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition (50%), Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen (84%), Mega Man: 30th Anniversary Bundle (50%) and more are listed on Summer Sale 2022 event.
PlayStation Store Summer Sale 2022 is inviting you to add some classics to your library and for very cheap rate than usual. Sony console owners in for a treat this summer season with a wide variety of exclusives and lots of third-party titles.