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The PlayStation Store is having another flash sale

This one’s only available in the US, but this PlayStation Store flash sale offers some excellent discounts.

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PlayStation Store sale

This one’s only available in the US, but this PlayStation Store flash sale offers some excellent discounts.

Summer sales. They’re great, aren’t they? Before the big autumn/winter release season hits, it’s a chance to pick up some great games with some deep discounts.

The new PlayStation Store flash sale isn’t the only sale on the go at the moment – there’s an August sale just finishing on the PlayStation Store, while there are three sales on the Xbox Store, among others – but it’s yet another opportunity to snag some games.

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(And if you prefer your discounts to be 100%, then two amazing indie games are currently free on the Epic Games Store, Codemasters’ 2015 racer Dirt Rally is free on the Humble Store, and Two Point Hospital is having a free weekend on Steam.)

If there’s anyone who hasn’t played it yet, the complete edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available with a healthy 70% discount. The ever-amusing Hitman 2, from developer IO Interactive and (new) publisher Warner Bros. is also included in the PlayStation Store flash sale, with 50% off.

You’ll save 25% on Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, but if you prefer your racing a little more realistic, desert rally game Dakar 18 is 60% off. Meanwhile the combination of management sim and gritty detective stories, This is the Police and its sequel are 75% and 50% off respectively.

The PlayStation Store flash sale is on right now, and runs through until September 2, 2019. Don’t forget to bookmark our dedicated sales page for regular discounts and free stuff.

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