PlayStation Plus Double Discounts promotion comes to PlayStation Store

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PlayStation Plus Double Discounts promotion comes to PlayStation Store

Ark Survival Evolved, Marvel’s Avengers, Star Wars Squadrons and more titles on sale for a limited time

Wednesday February 17 marks the start of PlayStation Store’s PlayStation Plus Double Discounts promotion. For a limited time* a range of PlayStation games are available at a reduced price, with the discount doubled if you’re a PlayStation Plus member! 

Below are just a selection of titles available in this promotion. To see the full list as well as your regional discounts, head here (for Europe) and here (for US). 

  • ARK: Survival Evolved
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Gold Edition
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins – Gold Edition
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled – Nitros Oxide Edition
  • eFootball PES 2021 Season Update Standard Edition
  • FIFA 21 Standard Edition PS4 & PS5
  • Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition & Great White Shark Card Bundle
  • Marvel’s Avengers
  • Marvel’s Avengers: Deluxe Edition
  • Mortal Kombat 11
  • Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Expansion
  • PGA TOUR 2K21
  • Red Dead Redemption 2: Ultimate Edition
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Deluxe Edition
  • Star Wars: Squadrons

* PlayStation Plus Double Discounts promotion ends March 3rd at 11:59pm local time for your region.

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  • I hope it’s not just a slew of Western developed crap that’s been on sale countless times over the past couple years.

    • Dude they have a Big in Japan sale going on right now too. If you want Japanese stuff then there you go

    • That sale unfortunately became less important due to Sony not wanting to get money from PSP, PS3 and PS Vita sales.

    • Sony really, reeeeeally want you to buy western developed crap though.

      It’s why the only really have 9 western studios who basically all churn out slight variations versions of the same game, then 1 Japanese who churn out a boring sim racer (oh and a Japanese publishing studio run by a western guy).

      Also why “Japanese game” is considered a genre… 😂

    • @MiseryPrincess
      Please identify which nine games you consider to be ‘the same,’ so the rest of us can point and laugh at you.

    • You see that’s why Sony has just churned out boring sequels. People like who who like to think as a weird mindless group will swallow whatever they’re given and be shocked that everyone else isn’t mindless. 😂

      Sony on the PS3 and PS2 (and 1) had RPGs, FPS, MMOs, fighting games, tried different things, etc, etc, etc.
      Sony on the PS4 had a long list of third person action adventure with optional stealth and sad, generic protagonists living through trauma. The only difference was that some were open world and some weren’t (HZF, TLoU2, GoW, GoT, etc, etc, etc). Some studios did nothing but sequels.

      Like most people I could happily never have touched a PS4 Sony title and not care. Other than looking ok they don’t offer much of anything. in the gameplay front. At all.

  • Pfff…
    Allow publishers to add PSP, PS3 and PS Vita titles to sales again and then we can talk.

    • Most PS3 games aren’t even on the store anymore. Unless you want the rereleases on PS4.

    • Demon Gaze 2 PS4 75% OFF

      Since Vita games can’t go on sale unless Permanent Price Drop.

      No Vita version on Sale.

      Contraptions PS4 75% off

      No Vita version on sale.

      Fail to see the logic not allowing PS3/Vita sales….does Sony not even want a bit of money.

    • The PS3 games are still in the store. Just not on the webstore.

      I mean, the webstore is also missing wishlists, filtering, sorting, a DLC section and (sometimes) a buy button, so not being on the webstore isn’t saying much.

    • They are in the webstore – that’s what brought back my hope for Sony. They deactivated that link but around half December 2020 it started working again. Add at the end of the URL this:

  • Tried to find filters to sort or another site with a simple text list. Couldn’t find one so decided not to browse the sale at all. New store site literally drives me away. Old further format was 10x better, easier, had more features, and intuitive. Hate the new store so much that I don’t even look at the sales

  • Jesus Christ how long has it been since you changed to the new store and STILL haven’t added any filters or sorting options. Yeah I really want to look at page after page of garbage games bloated with DLC listings, this is such a great chance to pick up Farming Simulator 2019 and all its DLC guys /s

    • Sony wanted to help people with digital game hording addictions by making it as difficult as possible to actually buy games. Especially after releasing a digital only version of the PS5. So they implemented several tactics to stop people buying games.

      Lack of wishlists means people forget about things quicker.

      Lack of filtering and sorting also means you’re less likely to be tempted by anything that’s been on the store for a week as it basically disappears.

      No DLC section means you wont ever be tempted by DLC.

      The Buy button often not working stops people buying games.

      It’s all for our benefits. 😁

    • Oh also no screenshots or videos for games. So people can never even see a game to be tempted by it in the first place.

  • “But don’t be a jerk!” I’ll try: Please add filtering and ordering (by selling price, not the weird base price nonsense you had before). Or give your customers the option to give you this feedback as I’m sure this will not be read. Or communicate on a) why you have chosen to remove store functionality which has been available since around the beginning of web stores in general and b) if and when we can expect it to be added.

    I must admit this genuinely helps with buying less games. Thank you.

  • Should re add the dlc section and the new games section! 🐦

  • After playing only playstations since 1996 Im switching this year to XBOX series X just for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020.

  • double discount will come again?pls I want to buy games sony

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