It might not be Black Friday yet, hell it’s still just under a week away, but that hasn’t stopped Sony jumping in early with their sale this year already underway. Running from Nov 22 to Dec 2, which seems like more time than a singular Friday, the sale includes heaps of bargains on both older titles but also some games released this year! However a great deal you’d be remiss to skip in these Black Fridays is that right now you can snag PlayStation Plus for 25% off.
Look I know we might all wish PlayStation Plus didn’t exist but subscriptions are par for the course with how much we expect of online services these days. At least PlayStation Plus makes up for it with free monthly games for you to play. This, however, doesn’t change the fact that PlayStation Plus can be a costly and necessary if you want to be playing with your friends. So do not miss this chance to grab a 1 year subscription for $59.99 AUD, down from $79.99 AUD. If you grab it before the month is over you can grab Nioh and Outlast 2 at the same time for free. It’s also important to note that even if you by a year now and you have a current subscription running it won’t start until your current one finishes.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) November 22, 2019
Like I said though, there are plenty of other deals going on over the next week, including games we featured in our Top 10 Games of 2018 list. Check out my personal highlight below.
Marvel’s Spider-Man – $24.95 (Save 54%)
Red Dead Redemption 2 – $47.95 (Save 68%)
Borderlands 3 – $62.95 (Save 37%)
Devil May Cry 5 – $24.95 (Save 75%)
Sekiro: Shadow’s Die Twice – $64.96 (Save 35%)
Resident Evil 2 – $24.95 (Save 72%)
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Deluxe Edition – $39.95 (Save 67%)
Monster Hunter: World – $17.95 (Save 55%)
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – $24.95 (Save 75%)
You can check out all the other sales and offers over at the PlayStation Store, but don’t worry you’ve still got until the 2nd of December to figure out which games you want to snap up. Hell, even Anthem is on sale…you could invest now for the possibility of a bright future?