PlayStation’s annual Days of Play sale will soon come around once again, offering some big discounts on Sony’s first party titles, as well as their PS Plus (online play, free games every month) and PS Now (think Netflix, with PS3/PS4 games for streaming, PS4 games for download) subscriptions.
These sales will last for two weeks, from May 26 to June 9, and take place across a variety of retailers as well as Sony’s PlayStation Store for you to download direct to console.
If you want to grab one of the PlayStation 5 launch titles, they will be on sale too. We’d recommend bookmarking this page to access all the deals when the sales go live on May 26.
The PS5 version of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be on sale at £42.99 for the standard edition and £59.99 for the Ultimate Edition that includes the remastered version of the PS4 Spider-Man title.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure!‘s PS5 version will be down to £51.99, and the Demon’s Souls remake to £59.99.
A bunch of critically-acclaimed first-party PS4 titles have got some bigger discounts, such as Death Stranding and the PS4 version of Spider-Man down to £16.99 each. The budget-friendly PlayStation Hits line will all be dropped to £11.99.
A load of VR games will be reduced to £16.99, with our favourites being Astro Bot: Rescue Mission, Blood and Truth, Everybody’s Golf VR and Firewall VR. Meanwhile, last year’s Iron Man VR will be down to £24.99.
Sadly, it looks like getting a new PS5 won’t get any easier for the foreseeable future, as Sony have admitted that stock shortages will continue into 2022.
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