Browse 84 PlayStation In-Game Currencies from the UK’s biggest retailers for a selection of games, starting from just £0.42. We compare prices every single day to help you find the lowest price possible.
The modern age of gaming has seen the growth of competitive games played online. This has led publishers to give players even more ways to express themselves through their player avatars online, largely through the use of optional cosmetics and characters purchasable through in-game currencies. The same is true for the PlayStation platform, where highly popular titles like Fortnite, Apex Legends and FIFA let you unlock in-game perks for an additional fee.
Different games handle in-game cosmetics, XP boosts and extra characters extremely differently. In some cases like with Fortnite, the game itself is entirely free to play and try out, which goes some way to take the sting out of any enticing in-game purchases you might want to buy. Here at Gaming Deals we compare the price of various digital currencies from a range of UK retailers, helping you to get the best offer.
Optional cosmetics and XP boosts for online games are particularly popular amongst younger PlayStation players, which might lead parents to worry about storing their credit card information on their PSN profile. Not going directly through the game, however, and opting to purchase in-game currency cards can help manage player spending all while saving you money.
Much of the purchasable in-game items available in these games is all about adding a personal stamp to your custom character. In Fortnite, for instance, you can purchase your ideal tops, shorts and sometimes even a cape (as well as pop culture characters), making you easily identifiable amongst friends. Using game-specific currency cards lets you do this much cheaper.
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