Introducing New Summer Additions to the PlayStation Hits Lineup

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Introducing New Summer Additions to the PlayStation Hits Lineup

Featuring Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, God of War III Remastered, Persona 5, and more.

I’m happy to announce that we’re adding new games to the PlayStation Hits lineup starting June 28, 2019, in the U.S. and Canada. In addition to adding LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, LEGO Jurassic World, Mad Max, Persona 5, and Star Wars Battlefront in recent months, the new wave titles include Friday the 13th, God of War III Remastered, Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, Nioh, and Resident Evil 7 biohazard.

PlayStation Hits are easily recognizable, as they each feature a unique red packaging instead of the usual blue. The image below shows the full set of games you can find in the program next month in the U.S.

Check out for the full lineup in Canada.

If you are not familiar, PS Hits is a collection of more than 35 exciting PlayStation 4 games at a great price. From award-winning epics to family friendly favorites, PS Hits is a fantastic way to catch up on some iconic PS4 games for $19.99 USD (MSRP) at PlayStation Store for download and select retailers across the U.S.

In Canada, select titles are available at participating retailers and PS Store, and the games will range in price.

Let us know which games you’ll be picking up in the comments below! Happy gaming!

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  • Playstation, I really truly love you guys but why do you keep stiffing Canada? The US has a huge collection and Canada gets nothing. You still haven’t added games from the first time you announced it. 41 for the US and 30 for Canada. Why no Persona or Doom? Doom was one of the first for the US and Canada still doesn’t have it.

    • I love how entitled so many gamers are, I’m sure there’s a reason, maybe even a good one at that but they don’t owe anyone an explanation.

    • You gave us Bieber! You deserve nothing!! ;)

    • Entitlement? Wow, that’s some baloney. It’s about equality, which I can understand there is a difference between how PlayStation operates in North America compared to South America, Africa, Europe, and Japan. But between Canada and the USA? Oh please.

    • Actually, we here in Canada get pretty descent deals. There’s this erroneous idea that the US gets better prices deals or discounts but if you do the currency conversion it’s usually the same or better for us. Hell, even Nintendo products are cheaper here. Just keep your eyes peeled for Best Buy, Ebgames and Walmart for sales and flyers, it seems you’ll be extra surprised of how cheap you can game in Canada if you bargain hunt.

  • Is it true that if you buy a Greatest Hits game digitally, the tile on your dashboard also comes with that ugly red banner??

  • Honestly, I wish that PlayStation wouldn’t change the cover art (physical) and dashboard (digital) to have that red banner. I never liked it on PS1 with the ugly green, Greatest Hits label and I never liked the red banner on PS2, PS3, and now with PS4.
    Why not just lower the price and not change the cover art/game banner?

    • It’s all about marketing. People that know a lot about games or collect them may not care for it, but there are many more consumers that go to the store and make a purchase on what they see. Those are the people that don’t read PlayStation Blog or Game Informer or any other kind of game coverage. A “Hits” box is likely to grab their attention and at the price point may be an impulse buy.

      It could also be a way to get an older game more shelf space, especially if the barcode has changed as then it is treated as a new product. Not all of that would necessarily apply to a digital store though.

    • Same reason we have “Criterion Collection”, “MGM Classics”, etc….

      So basic people can make basic decisions based on basic words.

      This isn’t getting new-old games more shelf space. A new UPC means nada. Also, these titles generally go on a “shipper” (cardboard display unit, generally pre-assembled with X amount of each title, again predetermined and placed as desired via included instructions). Because of the cumbersome setup, they get a fair amount of retail space, resulting in the use of an aisle’s end-cap area. This only helps Sony, not the retail store stocking said titles.

  • I already have most of em, can we have better avatars though PlayStation? The Japanese stores has so much more than we do.

  • Yeah no, battlefront isn’t a good game by any stretch, and it’s extremely anti consumer, heck doesn’t this increase the price of mad max and battlefront?

    • I’m fairly certain the game selections are based on sales figures. Star Wars sells regardless of the quality.

    • You wish,probably just another ignorant hater that barely played the game IF you ever played it.Battlefront is among the 5 best online games on PS4 and probably ever.Yeah was anti-consumer just like every other game with season pass made of cut content and had lack of content at launch but that doesn’t make it a bad game by any stretch ha.

    • WaterbottleRich_

      At least we have the new Star Wars game to look forward to.

  • Is Nioh any good?

  • Remember socom?

  • Is that RE7 Gold Edition with the DLC or nah?

    • It ain’t.The cover art is different in the Gold Edition…just like MK X and SF 5 they decided to make the normal version into the PS Hits.

  • Still waiting for Socom.

    • There was a SOCOM title for the ps4? It’s not a Greatest Hit? Maybe that’s why I don’t remember it.

  • For the games full of DLC content and multiple editions, is this included???
    Regardless, I already bought too much in the last sale and I see no dent in my backlog.
    At least this gets me to buy physical instead.

  • Wow. I’d already bought Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition during the final day of Days of Play sale and it had the same normal price as a PlayStation Hits (sale price was at $9.99). Every title here also had the same normal price tag, some of ’em are just missing the PS Hits title tag.

    Early cuts, eh?

  • I’m curious to know what is the criteria for title selection. Does it have to do with sales? How long they’ve been in the market? Overall critical esteem?

  • I am thinking of getting some of these, but I would rather they get put on PS NOW, and I subscribe to that vs buying these individually.

    • You subscribe to that, as I already do, because I’m an optimist. I’m also a realist, and can’t help but begin to feel like I’m optimally getting it really hard in return for showing good faith and subbing for a year, for the 3rd year straight.

  • Damn what a disaster…need to move and buy Nioh and Mad Max quickly before the normal versions are replaced with this stupid and extremely ugly red case.Glad I have most of the games this time around.

  • No money. :v m mmm whyy!!!

  • I never played Bloodborne but I heard a lot of good things about it. So I’ll give it a try.

  • I love getting for only $20

  • Not to bad..guess I’ll take a look to see what is good

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