Black Friday PS4 game deals up to 73% off – Spider-Man for £16, GTA 5 for £8  – Latest News

Black Friday PS4 game deals up to 73% off – Spider-Man for £16, GTA 5 for £8 – Latest News


 Sony’s official PlayStation Store Black Friday deals are looking pretty good, with FIFA 20 for £40 and Borderlands 3 for £35  By next year it’s probably going to be called Black November, not Black Friday, so it’ll come as no surprise to find that Sony’s Black Friday PlayStation deals have already started  The full list of deals is available via the PlayStation Blog, but amongst the most tempting are FIFA 20 for just £39 99, NBA 2K20 for £29.99, Marvel’s Spider-Man for £15.99, and GTA V Premium Online Edition for just £7 99.  There’s also Borderlands 3 for £34.99, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled for £22 74, Days Gone for £34.99, God of War Digital Deluxe Edition for £24.99, and both Devil May Cry 5 and Metro Exodus for a miniscule £15 99.  The biggest discount though is poor old Anthem, which, at 73% off, is also just £15 99. Although the considerably better received Persona 5 Ultimate Edition is reduced by the same percentage to £19 99 (the standard edition is also just £14.99).    A number of other slightly older games (and Ghost Recon Breakpoint) are 50% or more off, including the following:  Ace Combat 7 – £24 99Astro Bot: Rescue Mission – £12.99Battlefield 5 – £15.99Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – £17 49Far Cry 5 – £15.99Monster Hunter: World – £12.99Red Dead Redemption 2: Ultimate Edition – £29 99Resident Evil 2 – £15.99Spyro Reignited Trilogy – £17.49Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Definitive Edition – £19 99The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year Edition – £12.99Ghost Recon Breakpoint – £29 99   games will be added to the sale from Thursday, 28 November (so still before Black Friday even starts) but what’s also a good deal is 25% of 12 months of PlayStation Plus membership for £37 49.  The PS Plus deal ends 10am GMT on Monday, 2 December but for some reason everything else will carry on till the end of the day at 11 59pm.    Email [email protected], leave a comment below, and follow us on Twitter      

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