PS4’s PSN Black Friday Sale On The PlayStation Store Is Now Live

Sony’s Black Friday sale is now live on the PlayStation Store, dropping prices on over 100 popular PS4 games. The sale runs between now and November 27 at 8 AM PT (11 AM ET). So if you see something you want, grab it before then. But before you finalize your purchase, you might want to check our Black Friday PS4 coverage to see if you’ll be able to get a better price somewhere else in the coming days (though it might be on a physical copy). Without further ado, let’s see what’s on sale.

First off, a couple of key the PlayStation services have gotten temporary price cuts. A 12-month PlayStation Plus subscription, which lets you take your console online and also gets you free games each month, is on sale for $40 right now. Also, a year’s subscription to PlayStation Now, a service that lets you download or stream over 650 games, is on sale for $80.

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Some big recent games have gotten nice discounts, including Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 for $48. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is on sale for $40, and last year’s installment, Assassin’s Creed Origins, is down to $24. While the standard edition of Red Dead Redemption 2 remains at full price, you can get the Special Edition on sale for $70 or the Ultimate Edition for $90 if you want some extra in-game items.

A number of PS4 exclusives got the discount treatment as well. You can get God of War and Detroit: Become Human for just $22 each, Persona 5 for $20, and Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for $15.

Anyone with a PlayStation VR headset (or anyone who’s planning to pick one up at a Black Friday sale price) can grab the online team shooter Firewall: Zero Hour for $30, the surreal puzzle adventure Torn for $21, or the boxing game Creed: Rise To Glory for $15.

You’ll find a lot more games on sale below, or you can check out the full list, which includes DLC, virtual currency, and special editions, here.

Author: GameSpot

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