The “Games of a Generation” deals are now available on the PlayStation Store and a ton of amazing games are now discounted.
If you want to live incredible adventures, Red Dead Redemption 2 (
$59.99 $35.99), Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition ( $39.99 $31.99), Uncharted the Nathan Drake Collection ( $19.99 $12.99) and Skyrim ( $39.99 $15.99) are in the promo.
For FPS fans, it is possible to buy Call of Duty Black Ops 4 (
$59.99 $19.99) or Battlefield 1 and TitanFall 2 Ultimate Editions Bundle ( $59.99 $11.99), among many others. And for everybody else, there is still a lot of options available from Dragon Ball FighterZ Ultimate Edition ( $109.99 $38.49) to Bloodborne Complete Edition ( $34.99 $20.99) to Project Cars 2 ( $59.99 $14.99).
The majority of the titles for sale are for Playstation 4. However, there are available a bunch of PlayStation 3 and Playstation Vita games as well. Such as Flow (
$5.99 $3.59) and Flower ( $6.99 $3.49).
You can check out everything in the sale here.
“Games of a Generation” Sale Includes Some Great Deals
“Games of a Generation” deals are quite an excellent opportunity to play some of the most iconic games on the market today. Though some are more a deal than others. Indeed, Battlefield V‘s regular price is $59.99, and now it’s sold at $23.99. Quite a big discount. While Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled that was $39.99 now is for sale at $29.99. Which still good but not as convenient as others.
The “Games of a Generation” deals started on October 1, and they will still be running up to October 15 at 8 am PT /11 am ET. So, there is quite a bit of time to grab some of the greatest games available on Sony’s platforms. And in some cases, considering the very low prices, it will be difficult to resist.
What game are you planning to buy during this sale? What game currently on sale is worth a look? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to stay tuned to The Nerd Stash for the latest in gaming, movies, TV, comics, and more.
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