PlayStation Store Blockbuster Games Sale 2022 Live Now

Enjoy up to 80% discounts on select games, DLC add-ons and more at Blockbuster Deals 2022 on PlayStation Store.

playstation store blockbuster games sale 2022 event live september 28 game dlcs kingdoms of amalur re-reckoning the division 2 warlords of new york edition witcher 3 wild hunt
PlayStation Store Blockbuster Games Sale 2022 Live Now

Kick-started for a limited time, Sony launches Blockbuster Games Sale promotion that includes discount deals on over 500 digital products, which will becomes available on PlayStation Store until September 28, 23:59 PM of your local time.

Games that were released this year like Dying Light 2, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Tiny Tina's Wonderlands are 40%, 33% and 35% off now. Although base game for Ghostwire: Tokyo has no price cut but Deluxe Edition gets a 50% discount.

A number of PlayStation-exclusives such as Bloodborne: Complete Edition Bundle, God of War (2018) and The Last of Us Part II: Digital Deluxe Edition are on sale for half their retail price but Kena: Bridge of Spirits only offers 40% reduction.

Moreover, Director's Cut version of Death Stranding and Ghost of Tsushima can be yours for a 30% and 36% price drop. Unfortunately, other first-party exclusives Demon's Souls or Horizon Forbidden West didn't offer anything at this sale.

For a deep discount, check out Sakura Wars, Star Wars: Squadrons and Street Fighter V at 75% less than usual. Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom PainStar Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and more are now dipped at 80% less.

Those who are looking to purchase can look up Control: Ultimate Edition, Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection and Yakuza: Remastered Collection for 60% off right now, as you try to get Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy for half rate.

Third-party titles like Balan Wonderworld, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning and The Division 2: Warlords of New York Edition are 70% off. Grabbing both Art of Fighting Anthology as well as Batman: Return to Arkham will be a steal at 85%.

PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan has reportedly welcomed UK regulators to further investigate Xbox's proposed Activision/Blizzard buyout deal. Despite offering an extended contract to keep Call of Duty multi-platform, Sony thinks it is inadequate.
Next Post Previous Post
No Comment
Add Comment
comment url