There are some new discount on the North American and European PlayStation Stores, designed no doubt to rid you of all that money you work hard for, assuming you work hard.
For our North American audience there’s Batman: Arkham Knight down to $29.99 and its premium edition is also reduced from $69.99 to $49.99. Next up, and continuing the theme of Warner games, is Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor – Game of the Year Edition which is now only $19.99. That’s a bargain in our book.
UK and European PlayStation gamers haven’t got it quite so good as our North American cousins, but deals are deals. First up there’s How To Train Your Dragon for PS3 which is down to £7.99, then there’s Adam’s Venture: Chronicles which is down from £24.99 to a more reasonable £11.99.
Next up on PS4 is Square Heroes which is down to £4.99 while Lords of the Fallen has a 60% discount to bring it to £15.99. Not a bad bunch of discounts but it definitely pays to be a North American this time. However, deals are often updated so this may not be the end of it. We’ll be sure to update you as and when more deals go live, so stick to Pure PlayStation.
[Update: It looks like there’s a common theme with the new deals being added to the North American PlayStation Store: Warner Bros. games. A new addition to the deals is Mad Max that has been reduced from $49.99 to $39.99. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more deals and will update here when they hit. In the meantime, follow us on Twitter to stay up to date with the latest PlayStation news and deals.]
[Update 2: The Warner Bros. sale doesn’t seem to be happening but there are more deals, more specifically, Metal Gear Solid deals. A bunch of the Metal Gear Solid games have been reduced by 50%.]
Anything tickle your pickle? Will you be picking up Batman, or have you already bought and played all that’s on offer? Give us a shout down in the comments section below.
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