Grab savings of up to 85% on some excellent PS4 games the PlayStation Store Mid-Year sale.
A new PlayStation Store sale is now live around the world that celebrates the, erm, middle of the year. It’s as good a reason as any, we suppose, but if you want to pick up a bargain, time is short. The sale ends at midnight on July 8, 2020.
The sale is packed with hundreds of highly acclaimed PlayStation 4 games. Following a quick shout around the Thumbsticks office, our recommendations include the endearingly goofy BulletStorm: Full Clip Edition, Nidhogg 2, and vibrant puzzle mash-up, Puyo Puyo Tetris.
Big hitters like The Witcher 3, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and FIFA 20 are also on offer. The range of discounted games varies by region, so visit the PlayStation Store in your country for the full lineup. Here are some more highlights for North America and Europe.
PlayStation Store Mid-Year Sale
North America Highlights
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – 75% off
- Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition – 85% off
- Catherine: Full Body – 50% off
- DayZ – 40% off
- Dead Cells – 30% off
- Dying Light – 35% off
- The Evil Within 2 – 60% off
- Far Cry New Dawn – 65% off
- Just Dance 2020 – 50% off
- Nidhogg 2 – 75%
- Puyo Puyo Tetris – 50% off
- Stellaris – 60% off
- The Witcher 3 Complete Edition – 70% off
- Two Point Hospital – 40% off
- Yakuza 5 Remastered – 40% off
- Zero Escape: The Nonary Games – 70% off
- AO International Tennis – 50% off
- Battlefield V – 60% off
- Bound – 65% off
- Dead Cells – 30%
- FIFA 20 – 70% off
- Elite Dangerous – 60% off
- GhostBusters: The Video Game – 60% off
- The King of Fighters XIV – 60% off
- Madden NFL 20 – 75% off
- Overcooked: Gourmet Edition – 60% off
- RAD – 67% off
- Tropico 6 – 40% off
- Void Bastards – 25% off
- World War Z – 50% off
Head over to our dedicated sales page for the latest video game deals. And visit our new releases section for the latest PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch games. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook. You lucky things.
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