Live Now: Save up to 80% on classic PS4 games in the PSN Remasters & Retro sale

Live Now: Save up to 80% on classic PS4 games in the PSN Remasters & Retro sale

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If you’re a PlayStation owner seeking away to get over the mid-week hump, it may interest you to learn that the PSN’s latest store-wide sale is now live. Dubbed the ‘Remasters& Retro sale’, this is your chance to enjoy massive discounts on several classic PS4 games (that also play just as great on PlayStation 5). Unlike a lot of recent PSN discount events this one covers a wide gamut of genres, franchises and publishers. This should make bagging a bargain easy, right?

Some of the most notable games to be included in the sale is Outriders on PS5, which can now be picked up for as little as £44.99 on the PSN store. Then you have throwback compilations like Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection, and plenty more. The ‘Remasters & Retro sale’ features so many decent price drops, we at Gaming Deals are aiming to save you time by listing our top picks below. All the following offers are available until June 2nd, 2021. Let’s dive in…

PlayStation ‘Remasters & Retro ‘sale top picks:

Metro Redux – Now £6.24 (75% off)

Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection – Now £11.99 (70% off)

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy – Now £12.24 (65% off)

Shadow of the Colossus – Now £11.99 (60% off)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare remastered – Now £17.49 (50% off)

Streets of Rage 4 – Now £11.99 (40% off)

MediEvil – Now £12.49 (50% off)

Crysis Remastered – Now £14.99 (40% off)

Destroy All Humans! – Now 22.74 (35% off)

Darksiders II: Deathinitive edition – Now £4.99 (80% off)

Bioshock Remastered – Now £11.99 (25% off)

Tearaway Unfolded – Now £4.79 (70% off)

Top up your digital wallet with PSN currency to save even more money:

If you’ve seen a bargain buy, don’t make the mistake of linking your debit/credit card directly to your PSN account. A far better method to save even more money is by purchasing a PSN currency card from a third-party retailer. Why? Because they often sell them for much less than the face value. Suddenly you have £20’s worth of digital credit for a little less, hence why we’ve made it easy and compared the cheapest price on most currency increments below. 

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