It was already confirmed a few weeks ago that PlayStation’s infamous ‘Days of Play’ community event was scheduled to return. Well now it’s here, and brought with it a site-wide companion sale that offers players the ability to save up to 75% on popular PS4 and PS5 games. It’s certainly kicked off in style, too, as giant franchises like Call of Duty, NBA, Assassin’s Creed, Grand Theft Auto and more are all taking part.
There are in excess of 400 game discounts up for grabs overall, covering a wide range of genres, platforms and franchises. How are you supposed to parse so many great deals out? Luckily, in this blog post we’ll be rounding up what we think are some of the best savings to be had as part of the ‘Days of Play’ sale. If you like what you see and what to pick up a bargain, it might be worth topping up your digital PSN wallet. All the following offers stick around until June 9th, so let’s get into it…
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla – Now £35.99 (40% off)
Red Dead Redemption 2 – Now £22.54 (59% off)
Demon’s Souls – Now £60.89 (13% off)
Ghost of Tsushima – Now £31.34 (43% off)
Immortals Fenyx Rising– Now £29.99 (60% off)
NBA 2K21 – Now £4.19 (93% off)
Mafia: Definitive Edition – Now £20.99 (40% off)
Maneater – Now £20.99 (40% off)
Grand Theft Auto V – Now £12.59 (58% off)
Mortal Kombat 11: Ultimate – Now £24.99 (50% off)
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War – Now £35.99 (40% off)
Saving money directly from the ‘Days of Play’ sale is all well and good, but did you know that another route to bagging cheap games is by using physical game currency cards? Various online UK retailers sell these codes – often at a large discount compared to their face value. That’s why something listed at £20 on the PSN store needn’t be what you actually pay. It’s a strategy that makes it easy to save even more in digital-only sales like this one.
Find the best price for PSN digital currency amounts below:
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