The PS Store Double Discounts sale goes big on savings for PS Plus members.

PlayStation Store Double Discounts Sale Offers More Bang for Your Buck

The PS Store Double Discounts sale goes big on savings for PS Plus members.

Sony isn’t slowing the sales train down anytime soon and just kicked off the PlayStation Store’s Double Discounts sale. It’s offering discounts on dozens of hits, including Red Dead Redemption 2, No Man’s Sky, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and more, with extra price cuts for PS Plus members.

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Here’s a taster of what the Double Discounts sale has in store.

PlayStation Store Double Discounts Sale

Game Sales Price PS Plus Discount Original Price
Red Dead Redemption 2: Ultimate Edition $66.99 $33.99 $99.99
No Man’s Sky (PS4 & PS5) $44.99 $29.99 $59.99
Devil May Cry 5  $22.49  $19.99   $24.99
Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled – Nitros Oxide Edition  $41.99  $23.99   $59.99
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition  $46.89  $23.79   $69.99
The Outer Worlds  $41.99  $23.99   $59.99
Days Gone Digital Deluxe Edition  $39.99  $29.99   $49.99
Crysis Remastered  $23.99  $17.99   $29.99
Fuser VIP Edition  $89.99  $79.99   $99.99
Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition  $57.59 $35.19    $79.99 
XCOM 2 Collection  $59.99  $19.99   $99.99
Star Wars Squadrons  $31.99  $23.99   $39.99
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition  $27.99  $15.99   $39.99
Grand Theft Auto 5 Premium Edition  $32.39  $19.79   $44.99
Marvel’s Spider-Man: GOTY Edition  $29.99  $19.99   $39.99
ARK Survival Evolved  $29.99  $9.99   $49.99
God of War (2018)  $14.99  $9.99   $19.99
Mortal Kombat 11  $32.49  $14.99   $49.99
Star Wars Battlefront 2 Celebration Edition Upgrade  $17.49  $9.99   $24.99
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Gold Edition  $62.99  $39.69   $99.99


The full Double Discounts sale list is on the PlayStation Store. If none of this tickles your fancy, the PS Store’s Big in Japan sale is still ongoing until February 24 and a Games Under $20 sale also live now. 

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