‘2 for €30’ promotion starts today on PlayStation Store

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‘2 for €30’ promotion starts today on PlayStation Store

Alongside new PlayStation Plus-exclusive discounts on Elite Dangerous, Dying Light, more

Starting today and running until 21st December, we have a fantastic 2 for €30* offer starting on PlayStation Store, where you can get two top PS4 titles for… you guessed it… €30!

We have The Last of Us Remastered, Fallout 4, The Last Guardian, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Wipeout Omega Collection and many more available in the offer**.

Here’s a look at the complete list of games – click through to PlayStation Store for regional pricing.

*Or regional equivalent

**Please note, some titles may not be available in your region

***Terms and Conditions apply

PlayStation Plus Exclusive Discounts

PlayStation Plus Exclusive Discounts (until 22/12/17)

If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, we have a host of selected PS4 titles available on offer just for you!

Whether it’s DiRT Rally, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, Dying Light, Devil May Cry 4 or Elite Dangerous*, you can grab a great bargain with PlayStation Store!

Don’t forget, if you’re not a PlayStation Plus member already, you can also purchase your membership on PlayStation Store too!

*Please note, some titles may not be available in your region and offer dates may vary for certain titles

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  • What is this sign that you speak of? €??

  • Any chance some VR games will be added to any of these offers?

  • So unfair that Dirt Rally and Dirt Rally plus VR bundle both get -75 % discount and VR DLC gets nothing. So now I have to buy a DLC for the price of a full game.

  • Is that it then for PS3 no more sales? Hasn’t been any PS3 games/dlc on sales for weeks now..

    • Yep, looks like Sony is finally saying Goodbye to PS3 and Vita, so no more sales for those two.

    • I hope not. Still a whole bunch of worthwhile PSN games on Vita and PS3, Vita especially

    • Nah, for those I think you’ll just have to wait until Christmas. Traditionally, the 12 deals of Christmas are followed by a year-end blowout sale on older content. And the ghostwriter for the year-end sale blog post is so fond of repeating words like “Hyperdimension” and “Persona”, that I doubt they’ll be satisfied with the few PS4 entries available.

      Other than that, there were a few PS3/Vita games for sale in the Thanksgiving sale that ended earlier this week. I think I noticed Sleeping Dogs and the Mass Effect trilogy.

    • Except that PS3 and Vita games usually go on sale every time there’s a sale to be had. But there are occasionally PS4 only sales. This happens to be one of them. There were an assload of PS3 and Vita games in the Halloween sale for instance.

    • The thing is when Halloween ended… Vita and PS3 suddenly stopped showing, or at least in very minimal quantity.

    • Oh dear, no more PS3 support a mere 12 years after its launch? The horror! Absolutely ridiculous that this is still getting a spot in a service we’re essentially forced into on PS4. Absolutely ridiculous that it ever got a spot in the first place. Sony really is scraping the bottom of the barrel with this sorry excuse for a service. As for actual sales, as long as all that old stuff doesn’t take the place of something more relevant and modern, I couldn’t care less.

    • Stonesthrow you know what I would call horror, people acting like [DELETED] and using plenty of sarcasm… if you don’t care, just don’t write your comment, or maybe you are forcing yourself just to explain you are not interested in the first place? Either way, deals we are getting or at least those we used to have for Vita and PS3 were made from the same titles over and over for many years. How do you want to sell so many games if you are only putting around 50% of titles?

      You have mentioned services and I will ask you what services? Sony since release of PS4 introduced so many services that are forgotten by them after half a year to maybe a year. Vita had no marketing, many games weren’t even brought to EU from other parts of the World. Plus after release of PS4 got so bad that only forced multiplayer is keeping the whole thing together.

      I wrote it couple times, there’s a lot of people who are waiting for specific deals, because prices are just too high and it’s only available in PS Store. However what we get is usually same games/dlc over and over.

      But maybe… I will stop writting and complaining. Sony used to be fantastic company during PS3 era… now it’s another EA. I won’t be surprised if someday you will be forced to pay money to turn on your console.

      Have a good day everyone!

    • How is it ridiculous it got a spot in the first place when PS+ started over 3 years before the PS4 and 2 years before the Vita launched?

    • Stonesthrow that is easily the most stupid comment I have seen on here lol. First it was 11 years ago.. PS3 has so many good games, a lot more than PS4.. You aren’t forced into anything… And FYI PS plus was awesome before PS4, great games nearly every month! My PS4 died in April and I ain’t bothered getting another due to there been so many good games left to play on PS3…. PS3 is just so much more enjoyable imo, for me PS4 drove me mad with constant issues. You know what you are..clueless.

    • There’s ps3/vita games on sale most weeks. They just don’t bother to mention them here because they are lazy.

  • I screwed myself by buying Zero Escape and Danganronpa a few days ago while they were already showing for 20€ on the store thinking it might have been a price error. Ah well, nothing I can do about that anymore. Otherwise I would have happily used this sale. Some nice titles in there, but I already own more or less all games I am interested in from this list.

    That’s what you can get from using the wishlist and checking it regularly I guess.

  • 2 old games for the price of 3


  • @blog staff:

    I want to bting something to your attention that’s been bothering me for some time now. when I insert a smiley like this , the selection window states ‘insert an emoticon’. but: those little picture smileys are *emojis*, a japanese term that comes from the japanese words ‘e’ for picture and ‘moji’ for character. the resemblance to the the word emoticon (from emotion + icon) is coincidental, they are different things. emoticons are ascii based smileys like this one :p


    • The character symbols are just representations of the text, and in Unicode they’re even part of the “emoticon block”.

      In Japanese they’re the same thing, the only difference being Emoticons are sideways “western style” :) and Emojis are “Japanese Style” (^_^). Soo, as it’s more likely to be “western style” text, and they’re mostly from the “emoticon block” they might as well be called emoticons.

    • those are kaomoji “kao” – face + “moji” -character. while nowadays emoticon are ceratinly being replaced more and more by emojis, they are still not the same thing. emojis can be any little picture, no matter what it is, while emoticons and kaomoji are faces that express emotion.


      emoticon :-) :D :P

      kaomoji (>_<) ( -_・) (*^‿^*)

    • Read the link you linked…

    • >a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University was credited with popularizing early text-based emoticons in 1982, when he proposed using the : – ) and : – (

      >The first emoji was created in 1999 in Japan

      emoticon =/= emoji

    • “kaomoji” is the word used in Japan for emoticons so they’re the same thing.

      But anyway, what big problem would changing the name in the box solve? Are there users unable to use faces because they’re confused by the terminology that’s often interchangeably used?

      If it is, confusing people can just think of “insert an emoticon” as short for “insert emoji from the emoticon block and extensions”. There, problem solved.

    • well yea, but you said “Emojis are “Japanese Style” (^_^)” so I pointed out that those are called kaomojis.

      emojis have a right to be called by their proper name! the world is getting dumber each day, ingnorance is taking over and sony should stop spreading misinformation.

      srsly though, it’s simply the wrong terminology , they should fix it.

    • So I did… though i’m not sure how (I will blame )

      We can just all call them computer pictographs!!

  • is this the annual lets increase price sale or are they behaving this time?

  • Lately I feel that Sony is putting random prices to the digital versions of all games for later to shoot a crazy 75% sale, for example, and to bring it to its normal physical price of the moment. Kinda fake sales just to attract more victims (my self included of course)

  • This sale is kind of an insult. These games were already on sale. I bought the LocoRoco/Parappa/Patapon bundle on sale literally a couple of days and if I had have waited I could have bought it as part of this. It’s quite predatory to put something on sale for weeks and then drop to a deeper discount later.

    • …yea, similar thing happened to me – I bought Until Dawn 2 days before this promotion started, so got it for £29.99 ( I know this game was free a few months ago – I’m a new PS user and only joined last week) and then they go and include it as one of the games in this bundle for less than £15?!?! Not amused….

  • Sorry PS Blog staff but the french PSN doesn’t apply the discount 2 for 30€ as the cart still displays a total of €43,98 after adding Gravity Rush 2 at €19,99 and Odin Sphere Leifthrasir at €23,99

  • Some of those games are £10 for the physical version.

  • All games in this promotion are recently had price cut to 20 EUR (15 GBP).

    This price drop is permanent or valid only during promotion?

    • I would really like to know this as well! Some of these games are at around 15 EUR at retail, so dropping the price permanent to 20 EUR would not be out of place.

      But it would be nice to know how much those games are reduced from the regular PSN store price.

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