Our knowledge of upcoming deals seems to be greater this year. More retailers are giving you the juicy details for Black Friday ads, and PlayStation has dropped some too. Running from November 24 to December 2, there are deals on games, hardware, and a discount on an annual subscription to PS Plus. There are some surprises, so let’s get into it.
On the hardware front, we have bundles for consoles and PSVR. If you want a PS4 Pro only, it will run you $299.99 USD/$369.99 CAD. It’s the only discount on a PS4 Pro, and it’s not bad. The Only on PlayStation PS4 Bundle contains a 1 TB (base) PS4 with The Last of Us Remastered, God of War, and Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition for $199.99 USD/$249.99 CAD.
There are a couple of PSVR bundles. The PSVR Multigame Bundle only gives you a camera and headset, but it gives you a voucher to download five games. Those games include Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Everybody’s Golf VR, PlayStation VR Worlds, Skyrim VR, and Astrobot Rescue Mission. You can grab this bundle for $199.99 USD/$249.99 CAD. The cleverly named PSVR Blood & Truth + Everybody’s Golf Bundle gives you both of the named games, two PS Move controllers, the headset and the camera for $249.99 USD/$319.99 CAD.
The rest of the deals are a mix. You have DualShock 4 controllers on sale for $39.99 USD/$49.99 CAD. The PS Gold Headset will be discounted to $69.99 USD/$89.99 CAD. One year of PS Plus will be discounted by 25%, and PlayStation Hits will be on sale for $9.99 USD/CAD. Games such as Days Gone, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of Year Edition, Concrete Genie, MediEvil, and MLB The Show 19 will be priced at $19.99 USD/$29.99 CAD.
It’s a good mix, especially for anyone who has wanted to get their hands on the games and hardware. Full details can be found on the PlayStation Black Friday page, but it’s never too early to plan.
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Jason became terminally addicted to videogames after receiving the NES at an early age. This addiction grew to include PC gaming and was cemented with the launch of the PS2. From then on, he was afflicted with epic RPGs, tense shooters, and deep strategy games, never becoming skillful, but never able to quit. He continues to play games (poorly) and share his passion for them to anyone willing to listen.