PSN: Big sale with hit games for PS4 and PS5 - almost 500 new deals live

PSN: Big sale with hit games for PS4 and PS5 - almost 500 new deals live


A new sale has gone live at PSN. The PlayStation Store is currently attracting almost 500 deals on games for PS4 and PlayStation 5. The range of games on offer is very diverse. Included are current highlights such as Ghost of Tsushima (39.89 euros), Yakuza: Like A Dragon (41.99 euros), Assassin's Creed Valhalla (44.79 euros), The Last of Us Part 2 (30.09 euros) and Immortals Fenyx Rising (34.99 euros). In addition, you get a discount on hits like Dreams (19.99 euros), Borderlands 3 (19.59 euros), Bloodborne GOTY (15.04 euros), Resident Evil 3 (19.79 euros) and Red Dead in the sale Redemption 2 (29.99 euros). Before you buy, take a look at the price comparison to compare the PSN deals with other offers.

You can also find deals on GTA 5 Premium Edition (14.69 euros), The Outer Worlds, in the PlayStation Store (23.99 euros), Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (45.49 euros), Assassin's Creed Odyssey (20.29 euros), Mafia: Definitive Edition (29.99 euros), F1 2020 (20.99 euros), Persona 5 Royal Deluxe Edition (31.49 euros), Torchlight 3 (19.99 euros), Metro Exodus (11.99 euros) and World War Z (8.99 euros).

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PSN Sale: New game deals for PS4 and PS5 online - these are the offers

Sony is launching a new PSN sale online. In the PlayStation Store you are currently discovering a number of deals on games for PS4 and PS5. var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1369538,1369024,1368710,1368325'; The full list of all current deals can be found on - or alternatively in the PlayStation Store on your console. Thanks to the backward compatibility of the PS5, the PS4 games can also be played on the current Sony console - mostly in better resolutions and frame rates. The new deals are available until April 15th on the PlayStation Store. PS Plus members receive additional discounts on selected deals - note the information on the product pages.

PSN Sale: New Deals for PS4 and PS5

Assassin's Creed Odyssey (20.29 euros) Assassin's Creed Valhalla (€ 44.79) Bloodborne GOTY (€ 15.04) Borderlands 3 (€ 19.59) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (€ 45.49) Dreams (€ 19.99) F1 2020 (€ 20.99 ) Ghost of Tsushima (39.89 euros) GTA 5 Premium Edition (14.69 euros) Immortals Fenyx Rising (34.99 euros) Mafia: Definitive Edition (29.99 euros) Metro Exodus (11.99 euros) Persona 5 Royal Deluxe Edition (31.49 euros) Red Dead Redemption 2 (29.99 euros) Resident Evil 3 (19.79 euros) The Last of Us Part 2 (30.09 euros) The Outer Worlds (23.99 euros) Torchlight 3 (19.99 euros) World War Z (8.99 euros) Yakuza: Like A Dragon (41.99 euros)

Sony closing PSN Store for PS3, PSP and PS Vita this summer

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The PS3's run is coming to an end.

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Sony's PlayStation 5 is only a few months old and still hard to find. Something else that will be hard to find will be games for the older PlayStation hardware as the company begins closing down its digital stores for the PS, PS Vita and PS3. 

The PSN stores for the PS3 and PSP will close July 2, while the PS Vita's store will close on Aug. 27, according to an update on Sony's PlayStation Support site Monday. The closing will prevent customers from buying new games, in-game purchases, downloadable content or videos for the three systems. Customers also won't be able to redeem PSN wallet fund vouchers on the three devices. 

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They will be able to re-download already purchased games, videos and media and to redeem PlayStation Plus vouchers. Free games received via PlayStation Plus will also still be available for download as long as the customer has an active subscription. 

Sony first released the PS3 in 2006 following the incredible success of its PS2. It stumbled out of the gate but eventually became the dominant console for the generation, selling more than 87 million units in its lifetime. 

The PSP was Sony's first foray into the handheld market in 2004, going head-to-head with Nintendo's newly released Nintendo DS. It was then succeeded by the PS Vita in 2011. While the PSP and Vita both had better graphical power than rival Nintendo handhelds, both failed to steal away the Mario company's crown in the market. 

Sony didn't immediately respond to a request for additional comment.

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