Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe has announced a new range of reduced price games, called PlayStation Hits, later this summer.
It looks similar to the old ‘Platinum’ and ‘Greatest Hits’ ranges that Sony had for its earlier consoles. It will give players a chance to pick up some popular games for a budget price.
This from the PlayStation blog:
“If you’ve missed out on playing some of the most acclaimed PlayStation 4 games of recent years then we have exciting news for you. On 18th July we’re launching the PlayStation Hits range, a selection of some of the best PS4 games available at a great new price.
From award-winning epics to family-friendly favourites, PlayStation Hits offers an awesome line-up of titles for just €19.99/£15.99 RRP each. The range is available both digitally through PlayStation Store and physically via select retailers across the region.”
Some of the highlights on the list are Bloodborne, Yakuza Zero, The Last of Us Remastered, Uncharted 4, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, and Street Fighter V.
The PlayStation Hits range will be available from July 18th.
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