Cheap PS4 Games - Cheapest Prices & Deals

Cheap PS4 Games - Cheapest Prices & Deals

It may have since entered semi-retirement thanks to the arrival of PS5, but there are several great PS4 games being released that are well worth your time. Excellent console exclusive titles include Horizon: Zero Dawn, Marvel's Spider-Man, and God of War, but third-party PS4 games help further flesh out the excellent library. PS4 games open up a whole world of play.

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In its impressive 8 years on the market, the PS4 has amassed an incredible selection of amazing first - and third-party games. Even though the PS5 often gets all the attention, the PS4 still gets new releases like Horizon Forbidden West, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands and Elden Ring. Though the console is coming to the end of its lifecycle, it’s still not too late to bag yourself some great deals on PS4 games.

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There are dozens of great shooter games on the PS4 to match your tastes. For huge maps full of endless adventure, try Red Dead Redemption 2 or the best-selling Grand Theft Auto V. For a military FPS affair, the newest Call of Duty: Vanguard, or ever popular Rainbow Six: Seige will be sure to test your reactions and skills.

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Often the best moments in gaming are better enjoyed with friends. Whether kicking about in FIFA 22, or solving puzzles in It Takes Two, it's always more fun with an ally by your side. Brave the unknown in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, fight invaders in Destiny 2, or take a moment to relax in Minecraft. No matter what you do, with these games, you're encouraged to bring a friend to enjoy it with you. For a list of great co-op games, check out our article that rounds up the 10 best 2 player PS4 games.

Looking for PS4 console deals?

PlayStation 4 games are constantly available at a discount via a range of UK retailers. However, if you’re yet to enter the vibrant PS4 eco-system at all and want to save money on games while picking up a console at the same time, your best option is to pick up a PS4 bundle. We’ve gathered up some of the best PS4 games around to help you get started, so now it’s time to pick up the preferred PS4 console bundle of your choice. Check out our full PS4 Deals comparison page for full details.

Purchase PS4 games digitally or as physical discs

The current generation of consoles is when parity between buying games digitally and physically on a disc was really solidified. What we mean by this is that there’s no longer a stigma about digitally downloading games onto your console, with this option sitting comfortably alongside ordering physical games online, for those who don’t want to worry about clutter. What’s more, PSN network cards makes it easy to get a great deal on digital games thanks to discounted store credit.

A wide breath of different genres on PS4, most of which compatible with PS5

Whether you prefer sci-fi space adventures, gripping character-driven stories or gritty war epics that sees you fight through the trenches in first-person, there’s sure to be a PS4 game perfectly suited to your tastes. This is because Sony’s library covers a range of different genres, ensuring that anyone who picks up a PS4 console can have fun. The PS4 has been on the market for 9 years now, building up a healthy catalogue of titles in that time. Furthermore, 99% of PS4 titles are backwards compatible on PS5 often with some form of graphical and performance upgrades available. This means if you manage to get your hands on a PS5 you have a huge catalogue of games to play through.

Take control with the Dualshock 4 

Games feel unabashedly great to play on PS4 thanks to the Dualshock 4 controller. It marks a vast improvement over the PS3’s previous gamepad design, adding in elements like a central touchpad and share button to let you interact with games like never before. The Dualshock 4 in any colour boasts an ergonomic and weighty feel: two essential factors for game-playing comfort.

Better visuals with PS4 Pro ready games

The introduction of the PS4 Pro in 2016 meant that games released for Sony’s platform suddenly had the potential to tout slightly better graphics. Most of these visual flourishes remain exclusive to first-party games, making them look more impressive via improved lighting, smoother gameplay and faster load times. PS4 Pro enhanced games are thought of as the premier experience.

PS4 games from top-tier studios

PS4 has been able to build up a critically acclaimed roster of exclusives thanks to a range of first-party studios. Naughty Dog, Sony Santa Monica, Insomniac Games… these three developers and more know the PlayStation console architecture in a way that third-party studios that make games for all platforms simply don’t. The result? Often the best-looking, most high quality PS4 titles.

Free monthly titles with PS Plus

Who doesn’t love free games? There’s plenty to be had on PS4 should you choose to sign up to PS Plus, the console’s monthly subscription service that lets you play online and grants you with occasional exclusive in-game goodies. Two free PS4 games, however, is the service’s main perk. Both typically cover different genres and will remain yours for as long as you stay subscribed.

PSVR games introduce a whole new dimension of play

PlayStation VR is still the only way you can experience virtual reality on a home console, with other PC-centric options often requiring a lot of time and money. A PSVR headset will be enough to get you going, though. Simply connect it to your PlayStation 4 console, sync up your PlayStation Move controllers, and off you go. Once inside you’ll be able to feel and interact with worlds much more closely, putting yourself inside the game as opposed to simply remaining an outside observer.

PlayStation VR has even now been confirmed to be forwards compatible with PS5, meaning that anyone who picks up a headset today can rest easy knowing that their investment won’t be lost. The next generation is sure to unlock a whole new breadth of immersive experience, helping your PSVR games to go further as the only console-centric option.

Choose your ideal PSVR bundle

A PSVR bundle is without question your best route into the platform, setting you up with all the necessary components to get you started as well as a few PSVR games. All your head and hand movements can be successfully tracked by the accompanying PS4 camera when set up, fully engrossing you into that next PS4 game experience – all for the most affordable price.

A range of genres playable in virtual reality

Whether you’re into potentially traumatising horror experiences or something instantly charming, PlayStation VR is a platform that runs an entire gamut of popular genres. What’s more certain PSVR games like the Guy Ritchie inspired Blood & Truth or the mars-roaming Farpoint remain exclusive to Sony’s platform, unable to be played anywhere else.

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