PlayStation’s Black Friday digital sale has opened its doors to some extra regions. Oh happy day!
Last week, Sony opened the Black Friday sale on the US PSN, with great deals on PS4 and PS3 games, add-ons and more.
Now it looks like other territories are getting in on the action, as Black Friday deals are appearing on other regional PSN store fronts, too.
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber in one of these lucky territories, you now have access to the Black Friday sale in the PlayStation store. Standard PSN members will have to wait two more days.
As part of our ongoing efforts to round up the best Black Friday deals on PS4, we’ve picked out some top deals below. We’ve focused on how much they’re reduced by, as prices will different depending on your region.
Looking over the list for Australia and Europe, the stand-out for us is Wolfenstein 2’s 50% price reduction. It’s a brand new game, and one that critics were pretty fond of.
You can view the full sale on the PlayStation Store, but here are some of the highlights of the sale, including a mix of brand new and slightly-less-new games, followed by how heavy the discount is. Your results may vary here as deals are sometimes different from region to region.
- Gran Turismo Sport (40%)
- Assassin’s Creed Origins (30%)
- Grand Theft Auto 5 (60%)
- Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (50%)
- NBA 2K18 (40%)
- Life is Strange: Before the Storm Deluxe Edition (30%)
- South Park: The Fractured But Whole (35%)
- The Evil Within 2 (50%)
- Destiny 2 (35%)
- Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus (50%)
- Horizon Zero Dawn (50%)
- Tekken 7 (50%)
- Persona 5 (50%)
- Nier Automata (40%)
- Uncharted 4 (50%)
- Final Fantasy 15 (60%)
- Bloodborne (60%)
- The Witcher 3 (60%)
- Rainbow Six Siege Complete Edition (50%)
- For Honor Deluxe Edition (70%)
Also notable is that there’s a 25% discount on PlayStation Plus subscriptions running. Plus rarely gets discounted, and if you subscribe for an extra period of time it will simply be added on to whatever your existing subscription period is.
This sale will run until Tuesday November 28.