Most of these deals are running until April 13
The PlayStation Store Spring Sale is hosting a thousand deals for PS4 and PS5 owners to peruse — but what’s actually worth playing? I know, I know. That’s always the question. There’s a full text-based list on the PlayStation Blog, and I’ve got some highlights.
While we’re at a point where the same heavy hitters keep piling onto these sales, that isn’t necessarily a complaint. For instance, on the PS5 front, I’m happy to see some of the must-plays like Demon’s Souls, Returnal, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart pop up. I am also pleased to see a half-price deal on Sekiro, which has come up in multiple conversations with colleagues post-Elden Ring. From Software’s latest is awesome, but there’s truly no topping the relentless bosses in Sekiro, and I am craving a replay now more than ever.
In looking for an enticing image for this article, I came across so much cool shit on the Steam community page that I wouldn’t dare spoil, not even in 2022. ❤️ you, Sekiro.
Note: you can find the UK PlayStation Spring Sale over here.
PS4 and PS5 games worth checking out
- Alan Wake Remastered ($22.49)
- Batman: Arkham Collection ($8.99)
- BioShock: The Collection ($9.99)
- Crysis Remastered ($11.99)
- Curse of the Dead Gods ($7.99)
- Deathloop ($39.99)
- Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles ($41.99)
- Demon’s Souls ($39.89)
- Destiny 2: The Witch Queen ($31.99)
- Destroy All Humans! ($17.99)
- Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut ($40.19 on PS4) ($49.69 on PS5)
- Hitman 3 ($29.99)
- Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition ($9.99)
- Little Nightmares Complete Edition ($7.49)
- Little Nightmares II ($14.99)
- Lost Judgment Digital Deluxe Edition ($38.49)
- Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales ($29.99)
- Moving Out ($6.24)
- Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection ($29.99)
- Planet Alpha ($3.99)
- Puyo Puyo Tetris ($6.99)
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart ($49.69)
- Resident Evil 3 ($15.99)
- Resident Evil Village ($29.99)
- Returnal ($49.69)
- Rust Console Edition ($39.99)
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – Game of the Year Edition ($29.99)
- Tales of Arise ($35.99)
- The Dark Pictures Anthology – Triple Pack ($40.19)
- The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes ($19.79)
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition ($29.99)
- Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 ($19.99)
- Wasteland 3 ($9.99)
- XCOM 2 Collection ($6.99)
- Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol ($7.49)
I can’t exhaustively vouch for a handful of these games, but I included them anyway because of positive word-of-mouth, the sale’s low price point, or ideally both.
You have a while to sit on these deals, as the PlayStation Spring Sale will run through April 27. That said, some of the deals are only here for a couple of weeks — they’re set to expire on April 13. And, according to Sony, “additional titles” will join the sale on that day.
In other words, keep carving through Elden Ring as needed. There’s time.