Sony PlayStation Network Flash Sale Offers Huge Savings On Tons Of PS4 And PS3 Games Now
If you have been thinking about getting a game console, now is the time to pull the trigger. There are multiple sales out there, the latest of which is a flash sale in the PlayStation Store with Sony marking down a whole bunch of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 games by up to 70 percent. And by "a whole bunch" we mean well over 100 titles available at massive discounts, along with a collection of movies in standard definition and high definition.
"Take a little trip to PS Store this weekend and set your peepers on discounted games like Overwatch Game of the Year Edition, Dragon Age: Inquisition Game of the Year Edition, Uncharted 4, and so much more!," Sony says.
- Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag: $9.89 (down from $30)
- Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag Gold Edition: $16.49 (down from $50)
- Battlefield 4 Premium Edition: $15 (down from $60)
- Battlefield Hardline Ultimate Editition: $15 (down from $60)
- Final Fantasy XV: $20 (down from $50)
- Watch Dogs Gold Edition: $16.49 (down from $50)
In addition, here's a reminder that the PlayStation VR headset is going on sale starting Sunday, February 18. Sony is slashing the price of the standalone headset from $299.99 to $199.99, saving consumers a Benny. The same $100 discount is being applied to bundles as well—the PlayStation VR Doom VFR bundle will be reduced from $399.99 to $299.99, while the PlayStation VR Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim bundle will drop from $449.99 to $349.99.
If you are more interested in Microsoft's Xbox platform, don't fret, there are deals to be had there as well. As we
Over at Rakuten (formerly Buy.com), you can score a straight up discount on the Xbox One X. There is a coupon code on the product page that drops the price down to $440, versus the console's $499 MSRP, with free shipping. You also get a bit of in-store credit, albeit it's been reduced since yesterday from $51 to $5. Still, it's a solid discount, regardless of the in-store credit amount.
Or you could skip the console goodness and build yourself a cheap gaming PC based on one of AMD's new Raven Ridge APUs. Either way, game on, folks!